Newsy Newsletter

Welcome to September!

We have had a great summer here and hope everyone else was able to enjoy their summer as well! As the fall weather begins to come in, we hope you all continue to enjoy your evenings on the patio. Don’t worry, we have blankets to keep you warm!


To celebrate September’s National Chicken Month, we have our Fresh Chicken Salad Sandwich for you to enjoy! Try it on a warm croissant or toasted ciabatta, it is definitely a favorite around here. Be sure to give it a try this month before we retire it for the winter!


Returning this month is our Chili Philly…our signature Philly Cheesesteak with a twist! The sliced rib eye steak is topped with pepper jack cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, our house made ranch dressing and a scoop of our homemade chili! Also returning this month is another favorite, the Ham Special…sizzled ham with melted provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, and thousand island dressing on rye bread.


Don’t worry, we have some new specials for you all to try out as well! Introducing our new Crispy Chicken Salad… two chicken tenders on top of Arcadian lettuce with diced red onion and cucumbers, feta cheese, and our house made lemon vinaigrette dressing. We have a brand new sandwich for you all, the BBQ Bacon Grilled Cheese… our Carolina style pulled pork BBQ with bacon, cheddar and provolone cheese, and BBQ sauce on grilled sourdough bread.


Our featured appetizer this month is a Stacked Caprese Salad…freshly sliced tomatoes topped with sliced mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, and balsamic reduction. And our new featured side dish being introduced is a refreshing Cucumber Salad… perfect for the cool nights that will be approaching in no time!


To help celebrate everyone’s love of football, we will be offering some food and drink specials on Sundays from 1 pm- midnight and on Mondays from 7:30 pm- 11 pm during the football games. Come enjoy watching your favorite teams with us at The Main Street Pub!


Calendar of Events

September 2: International Bacon Day… everything tastes better with bacon! And we have plenty of it for you at The Main Street Pub!

September 3: Labor Day… we are OPEN! This day is dedicated to everyone that works, so come in and celebrate with us!

September 9: National Grandparent’s Day… bring your grandparents into the pub and enjoy every moment with them.

September 11: 911 Remembrance Day… never forget those who lost their lives on this tragic day. Take a moment to reflect on those we lost and their families.

September 17: Constitution Day… be thankful for the U.S. Constitution being signed on this day!

September 18: National Cheeseburger Day… come on down and enjoy our fabulous burgers with your choice of cheese!

September 22: Elephant Appreciation Day… everyone should take some time today to learn a little bit more about these fascinating animals!

September 23: Autumn Equinox… the official first day of fall! And don’t forget to reset your clocks for that extra hour of sleep tonight!



Sunset Sessions on Wednesdays, 7-9 pm

               9/5: Dan Barry

               9/12: Sarah Swanner

               9/19: David Lange


Rockin’ the House Music, 9 pm- Midnight

               9/1: Jerry Irwin

               9/7: Radio NV

               9/8: Brad the Guitar Guy

               9/14: Mike & Chris

               9/15: California Bob

               9/21: Nick Coons

               9/22: Chris Esswein

               9/28: James Helle

               9/29: Sarah & Kevin


Don’t forget to join the party for Karaoke Night on Wednesday, September 26th!



Since Elephant Appreciation Day is on September 22nd, we thought we would help you out with some elephant trivia! Unfortunately, over the last decade, elephant populations have declined by about 62%. In Africa alone, 24,000 elephants were poached in the last year.


African elephants are the largest land mammals on the planet, and the females undergo the longest pregnancy at 22 months. They can weigh up to 14,000 pounds, with their trunks weighing around 400 pounds. An elephant’s hair aids in cooling down their body temperature in the hot climates of Africa and Asia.


Elephants are highly intelligent and emotional animals. They have deep family bonds and become extremely attached to the other elephants in the herd. Their intelligence helps when they have to seasonally migrate for food and water; it also helps them avoid highly poached areas while they are traveling.


In the early 1900s, African Elephant populations were estimated to be in the millions, while there were only about 100,000 Asian Elephants. According to the World Wildlife Fund, there are currently only 700,000 African Elephants in the wild and only 32,000 wild Asian Elephants remaining.


In addition to poaching, habitat loss and conflict with human populations are the major threats affecting elephant populations. While some measures have been taken to reduce poaching elephants for their ivory, they are still being poached at a rate fast than they can reproduce. Unfortunately, in 2017, the ban on elephant trophy imports was reversed.



As we all move into September with cooler weather, shorter days, falling leaves, and school buses, let’s get together at The Main Street Pub to celebrate everything….we believe that there is nothing too small or insignificant to celebrate!


So smile, be safe, enjoy life, and we look forward to seeing you soon at The Main Street Pub!


The McNamara Clan