Llywelyn’s Pub to Open a New Location in Wildwood, Mo

Wildwood, MO-- October 15, 2012 - If you have ever been to England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales, you will find that the local pub is the center of activity in the community. Llywelyn’s Pub is excited to announce that they are bringing that community “pub” feeling to the Wildwood Town Center this January. The sixth pub is expected to open in the Dierberg’s shopping plaza on Manchester/Highway 100, just east of Highway 109. The 6,400-square-foot building will feature a 3,200-square-foot patio with outside bar, a gameroom for kids of all ages, and banquet space for your next event.



Mon-Sat: 11am-1:30am

Sunday: 11am-midnight


About the Pub:

Llywelyn’s Pub is a Celtic Pub serving up tradition pub fare and premium spirits. Each location is uniquely different, offering outdoor seating, banquet areas, and arcade games. Llywelyn’s pub is a great place to listen to music, play darts, watch thebig game, meet family or friends for lunch, dinner or just enjoy a pint of your favorite brew.


History of the Pub:

Llywelyn’s Pub was opened in St. Louis in 1975 at 4747 McPherson by Jack Brangle. In 1997, the present ownership of Llywelyn's owners Chris Marshall, Scott Kemper, and Brett Bennett acquired the Pub. The theme was expanded to include both Irish and Scottish selections and Llywelyn’s became a “Celtic” Pub. In 2003, Llywelyn’s opened in an old converted machine shop in historic Webster Groves. Opened in the Winter of 2006, the Soulard area was the next target for expansion with the opening of a Llywelyn’s Pub  featuring two full-service bars and is a great place to pre-party before any downtown events. In 2010, Llywelyn's Pub opened it's doors on Main Street in Historic St. Charles.  Placed in the old National Bank Building, the pub features seating in the old vault and an expansive patio overlooking the Missouri River. Another pub was opened in the village of WingHaven in O'Fallon, Missouri in the spring of 2011. 


Remember, “Llywelyn’s is Celtic for Good Times!” Raise your glass!



Sandie Jones
Llywelyn’s Pub 

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