We love going to O’Shea’s. Music most evenings. N Irish Hong Out that is welcoming. I’m Italian. Good food. Good drinks and a good time for all. Love the music!!
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Warm and welcoming Irish pub, complete with wavy old wood floors and live music, conveniently located on Route 28. Our server was friendly and made great recommendations. Highly recommend the Shepard's Pie, the bangers and mashed, and the bread pudding. The food was delivered quickly,...More
we love the atmosphere, the service and the food, and who can forget the live music , 7 days a week! a must stop , our new favorite. fish cakes/lamb steak/seafood primavera some of our favorites , always check the specials menu, there is usually...More
What a find! Maybe best described as one part Irish pub, one part restaurant, and one part music venue with great acoustics. A friendly barkeep offered up perfectly poured pints. The smiling and attentive waitstaff, doubling as greeters and hosts, efficiently served a sampling of...More
I am writing this as I am getting ready to leave, my meal was OK, my husbands bland but edible!! The waitress was foreign, not that that was the issue but her attitude was!!! I wasn't aware that this was a gay bar and maybe...More
Excellent ambiance. There was a blues night in progress when we arrived. Everybody very friendly as you'd expect from an Irish pub. Food good. Had a fish stew type. Very good. The irish stew was terrific. Booze, smithwicks and guinness top class. Great night of...More
Stopped in on rainy Sunday. Warm welcome, very busy, just a fun place. Folks just sat around played Irish tunes. Was great fun. Had the lobster pie special, enough for dinner and split leftovers for two the next day for lunch. Staff is engaging with...More
The atmosphere is obviously like an Irish pub and the lamb stew confirms that. Their music has become less Irish so you need to check to see which bands are playing on a given night.