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What's Happening in:  Whitman 

First Pics: Pub on Wolf is howlin’ on Wolf Street in Whitman

Corner of Front and Wolf is looking livelier these days (Photo: James Jennings)

Corner of Front and Wolf is looking livelier these days (Photo: James Jennings)

Pub on Wolf has officially opened on the corner of Front and Wolf streets in Whitman. You won’t miss it, it has a huge hand-painted wolf logo on the side of the building. Offering outdoor seating, cold beers and an assortment of food options, Pub on Wolf is yet another signal that good things are happening in Whitman. Let’s take a closer look!

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What's Happening in:  Whitman 

Pub on Wolf Inches Closer to Opening, Gets an Exterior Facelift

Hand painted Pub of Wolf sign is looking good (Photo: James Jennings)

Hand painted Pub of Wolf sign is looking good (Photo: James Jennings)

If this hand-painted signage is any indication, Pub on Wolf is inching closer to its opening. And while Owner Ronan Daly mentioned that it’s still a couple of weeks away, the sign is looking great (and we know at least one person will be pleased.)

Back in April, we brought you the news of the construction of the new bar/restaurant at the corner of Front and Wolf in Whitman. Daly wanted to bring a fresh take on the longtime neighborhood joint formerly known as Noc’s Bar.

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What's Happening in:  Whitman 

New restaurant called Pub On Wolf coming soon to Whitman

Pub On Wolf, a new bar/restaurant on the corner of Front and Wolf streets, is currently under construction and looks to be about a month away from opening, according to owner Ronan Daly. We recently came across the construction while researching all of the recent action on nearby Swanson Street in Whitman.

Pub On Wolf is transforming former Noc's space at the corner of Front and Wolf Sts. (Photo: James Jennings)

Pub On Wolf is transforming former Noc’s space at the corner of Front and Wolf Sts. (Photo: James Jennings)

Daly mentioned that they’re looking to do something a little different than what is typically seen in the neighborhood. Citing the fact that neighbors generally have to  head to Pennsport or Queen Village to grab a bite to eat, Daly will look to transform the former neighborhood dive bar into an experience similar to that of nearby pubs like The Industry, Moonshine, and For Pete’s Sake. So yes, there will be food.

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