ROOP BROTHER'S PUB

PROUDLY PRESENTS

OVER 17 IMPORT AND CRAFT BEERS WITH ROTATING MONTHLY SPECIALS CREATED FOR BEER LOVERS

LIVE MUSIC FOUR NIGHTS A WEEK, FREE WI-FI, NOW ACCEPTING MC/VISA

   17 N. UNION ST. DELAWARE, OH. 43015    740-369-0643   


WOW IT'S AUGUST.  FUN STUFF!  HOW ABOUT SERVICE APPRECIATION NIGHT WITH AK?  EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT COMPLETE WITH YOUR FAVORITE DRINK SPECIALS FOR ALL YOU HARD WORKING INDUSTRY PEOPLE. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE...ELIOT LEWIS WILL BE HERE THURSDAY 8/21WITH BOBBY LLOYD OPENING.  OSU FOOTBALL IS BACKKKKK!!! SATURDAY 8/30 VS NAVY.  NOON GAME WITH OUR OVER-THE-TOP POTLUCK.
What do you get when you've been a drummer since '73, opened for B.B. King, Greg Allman, had Jeff Healy sit in with you at the Slippery Noodle, played with Flashback, Barrel House Blues Band, Willie Pooch Band, bartended with your brother Ed, for years, and started an annual legendary backyard party for all things bar, restaurant, and music that included the likes of Rusty Bryant, Flip Jackson of the Eddie Kendricks Band, Martha Reeves, Willie Pooch, Harold Smith and Bob Mahoney for hundreds of your closest friends and lasted almost 30 years?  Other than a really long sentence?

You get ROOP BROTHERS PUB.  Al and Ed Roop took a page from their favorite bar at Treasure Island, Fl. and opened Roop Brothers Pub in 2006.  An incredible line-up of bands, friends, and fun are the ingredients for one of the best venues in the U.S.  Al and Ed got it right and Delaware, Ohio loves all of it.  Potlucks,  chili cook-offs, salsa contests, bike runs, clam bakes, People-In-Need Toy Drives, and, of course, the infamous BBQ Dave and his Buckeye Boys BBQ just add to this music lovers environment.  Really does give a new meaning to neighborhood pub. 

I want to add one more thing, and this is coming from Caryn.  Al and Karoyl Roop have to be two of the nicest people you'll ever be lucky enough to meet.  They do a tremendous amount of good for the community.  Ed and Mango are sorely missed.  He would have been quite proud of Roop Brothers Pub.  I just know he found a great bar stool way up high.