McGuire's Irish Restaurant and Pub is a staple spot for so many in the Yakima valley. Known for its great food, cozy atmosphere, and, let's be honest, stiff drinks, McGuire's is a can't-miss place if you're looking for a place to go while going out in Yakima.

Me, being a lumbering 6'5 ogre, my problem is it's a little too cozy as I don't feel like I can fit sometimes. And the parking situation doesn't leave much room for you to park your car or truck as cars are getting bigger and bigger it seems.

I never want this McGuire's to change locations but I think they would do so well if they could expand and make it a bigger place with more atmosphere. Here are 5 locations in Yakima I'd love it if McGuire's would open a second location.

Valley Mall
No reason why not Valley Mall. I mean, after all it's Central Washington's Shopping Destination. Plenty of space to host a new McGuire's building. You could even put it right on the corner of 1st and Valley Mall Blvd.

SE corner of 72nd and Nob Hill
Such a great intersection and I think a perfect spot for this. You have the church in one corner, the elementary school across the street, Ace on the Meadowbrook side and the 4 corner is literally an empty lot. Let's fill it up with an awesome restaurant. West Valley could always use more dining options.

24th and Washington
There are a few buildings there just waiting to be inhabited. Kyoto's Sushi and Steakhouse is near there as well. Perfect spot for a place to grab lunch before flying out of Yakima for that afternoon flight out.

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