Formerly known as Pepitos.
Sally O'Rourke originally from Leitrim, ran an old Irish bar in the early 1900's. She was an Irish lady with dark eyes whose husband was lost in the great war. Some suspected she was a descendant from a Spanish sailor whose vessel was washed ashore in the 16th century as the Spanish Armada sailed home.
She was always sitting at the bar talking with locals while her two sons ran the bar and her only daughter waited the tables. The bar was always full of Irish men and women drinking Guinness happy to pick up one of the many instruments lying around and string together an old folk song.