Halligan’s Public House, located in the picturesque village of Warwick NY serves as a pub/restaurant and meeting spot for locals and ALL visitors to the Warwick Valley. Halligan’s warm welcoming atmosphere is the perfect place to watch a game, meet friends, or relax and eat some delicious comfort food after a long day of exploring all that the beautiful Warwick Valley has to offer.
Halligan’s was established in 2005 and was one of the first new restaurants in the rebirth and renaissance of the quaint Warwick downtown.
The “Halligan” is a versatile tool, used by firefighters across the country. The tool was designed by, and named after FDNY Deputy Chief Hugh Halligan in 1948. The multipurpose tool consists of a claw, a wedge, and a tapered pick which is especially useful in quickly breaching many types of locked doors. When the tool is paired up with a flat head axe, together they are known as “The Irons”.
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