PaddyWagon: An Inflatable Irish Pub You Can Open Anywhere – Design You Trust

PaddyWagon: An Inflatable Irish Pub You Can Open Anywhere

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You know what your backyard needs? An Irish pub. The PaddyWagon can make it happen with an inflatable pub that can can accommodate up to 80 people. To sweeten the deal, they can also supply drinks, food (including traditional Irish dishes sandwiches, pies and pastries) and even entertainment—ranging from traditional Irish session bands all the way to modern DJs.

More info: PaddyWagon, Instagram, Facebook

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