Welcome to the The Three Sisters Pub and Restaurant, housed in one of the oldest buildings in historic Placentia. Built in 1883 as a private home by merchant James E. Croucher, the traditional saltbox changed hands many times but was always a family home until the mid 1900’s when it was purchased by Mrs Isabel (Belle) Byrne. Ms. Byrne moved into the house, and ushered in the first commercial use of the premises with the opening of a dry goods store in the section of the building facing the waterfront. The store became widely known in the region as 'Belle Byrne’s’ and sold everything from oilskins to sneakers. In the late 1990’s, the premises were repurposed as a restaurant, and in 2010 became The Three Sisters Pub and Restaurant. The name is a nod to the three sisters in the owners’ family, and also to their Irish roots in County Waterford, where the three rivers that people sailed down to begin their journey to the new world ( river Barrow, Nore and Suir) were known as The Three Sisters. As you enjoy your meal and a drink – and maybe a few tunes - see if you can spot the Byrne’s Dry Goods sign and a picture of The Three Sisters. Enjoy!
Wednesday & Thursday
11am - 9pm
9am - 9pm
Closed on Monday & Tuesday
Pub Open till later most nights