RICHMOND, Va. — In a means to celebrate nearing the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, Siné Irish Pub is hosting an anniversary party on the one year anniversary of the pandemic’s breakout, the restaurant announced Saturday.
“It’s been one hell of a year, and we’re ready to celebrate, get down, and throw caution to the wind,” the restaurant, which is located in a state where roughly 10% of the population is vaccinated, said in a statement, adding that they still planned to enforce some of the mandated CDC health guidelines in place.
“We know we’re still in the middle of a pandemic, and we’re supposed to follow the rules. But we can smell victory over the virus and it smells like irish car bombs!”
According to the statement, the restaurant has the utmost trust in his patrons to follow rules that will still be in place throughout the evening. Guests will still be required to wear masks between shots of Fireball and while enroute to the vomit in the bathroom. The restaurant is also asking that any guests who decide to drunkenly fight each other on the patio must do so with their mouths closed.
“We’re going to do everything we can to make this a COVID friendly event that will be a killer event, just like last year’s St. Patrick’s Day event.”