10 Railroad Avenue
Warwick NY 10990
Blarney Station's owner John O'Connell grew up in Ireland. He came to the US in 1986 and used his experience and love of Irish pub culture to build a career in the New York City bar and restaurant business. Progressing from bartender to restaurant owner, in August of 2009, John opened Blarney Station in Warwick, New York.
The name inspired by its location on Railroad Avenue, just across the street from the historic old railroad station building.
John and his staff are dedicated to providing all customers with a quality, friendly, neighborhood experience.
Warwick, New York
Nestled in the southern end of New York's Hudson Valley, on the border of New Jersey lies the beautiful Village of Warwick. With no major highways having direct access, this historic village has retained it's charm while others have become over taken by strip malls and fast food restaurants. Warwick, NY is a four season tourist attraction offering everything from skiing on Mt Peter in the winter to boating on Greenwood Lake in the summer. Fall is perhaps the busiest season in Warwick, with apple picking available at many of its orchards. The annual Warwick AppleFest draws thousands of visitors.