The pub known as Erie’s oldest Irish drinking establishment in the city offered another Saint Patrick’s Day tradition on Sunday. It’s the annual Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast at Sullivan’s Pub and Eatery.
For 114 years, Sullivan’s has been a part of Erie’s downtown, nestled on the corner of East 3rd and French streets.
Many people spent Saint Patty’s at Erie’s downtown bars and restaurants, most of them starting their day of celebration with green eggs and ham before switching over to the iconic green beer.
Erie Resident Hunter Hewett says, “It’s just a good place to start. It’s kind of down the road a little bit starting on the bars and then you can just head up and then hit all the bars on the way. So it’s a good place to start. “
Sullivan’s was established back in 1905.