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Hooley House offering necessities during coronavirus pandemic

Hooley House Sports Pub & Grille will offer customers bottled water, toilet paper and bread, as well as normal takeout options and party packs.

CLEVELAND — While numerous bars and restaurants across Northeast Ohio are still providing takeout options during the coronavirus outbreak, one local sports bar is hoping to also lend a helping hand to customers in need.

The Hooley House Sports Pub and Grille has announced that on top of providing customers with their regular carry-out/to-go food options and party packs from their menus, they are also offering comfort and convenience to patrons by distributing bottled water, toilet paper, bread and paper towels in an effort to help strength and support the community.

The Hooley House Sports Pub and Grille has four different locations in Mentor, Brooklyn, Montrose and Westlake and has been voted "Best Sports Bar" six consecutive years according to Cleveland City Voters.

During the recent coronavirus pandemic, grocery stores have been short on various items such as toilet paper, so the Hooley House is hoping to help out during a time when support and necessities are needed. 

Known for their Irish fare and unique menu, the Hooley House is also offering sandwich party packs as well as beer and wine to-go. The Hooley House uses delivery services such as DoorDash, Postmates, UberEats and Grubhub.

The Hooley House Sports Pub & Grille website is 1funpub.com.

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