John Allison Public House will relocate to former Casey’s

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot

One Greencastle eatery has closed. Another has found a new home.

Casey’s Bar & Grill closed its doors after more than 20 years in business on South Antrim Way last week. In September the John Allison Public House will move from its 104 E. Baltimore location to the former Casey’s property.

According to a news release from John Allison Public House officials, Cal and Elaine Morris singed over Casey’s Bar & Grill to John and Ame Flannery. The Flannery’s are the proprietors of the John Allison Public House, Flannery’s Tavern in Mercersburg and The Dressing Room locations in Greencastle and Mercersburg.

“We look forward to continue serving the Greencastle-Antrim community in offering a high quality dining establishment with great service, fresh foods, unique atmosphere, and an excellent selection of draft beers,” said owner John Flannery of the move.

Over the next few weeks the new establishment will be undergoing cosmetic changes and upgrades, according to the news release.

According to Flannery, the new location will offer additional seating, an extensive selection of draft beers, outdoor seating, over 20 high-definition televisions, and an enhanced menu. Owners plan to continue catering and offering banquet facilities.

“Enhancements are currently underway at the former Casey's property, and we cannot wait to open the doors to the newest venue in Greencastle. This will be the place to be in Franklin County,” John Flannery said.

During renovations, the John Allison Public House will be fully operational at its current location, with doors on the new location set to open Sept. 1.

The establishment has special food offers Wednesdays and Thrusdays and live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays.