The Auld Shebeen: Pints of Guinness and Live Irish Music


The term "shebeen" refers to an old-school Irish speakeasy that was often open after-hours. It was the place where members of the community would come to ring in the following day over a pint of beer and good conversation with friends. The Auld Shebeen recreates the vibe of its Irish muse not only through authentic food and drink, but also via live entertainment.

Every Friday and Saturday night, you can expect to hear traditional Irish bands filling the dining room with up-tempo tunes. The Cellar, the downstairs bar at The Auld Shebeen, also welcomes live Irish music, DJs, and even karaoke throughout the week. As the music plays upstairs or downstairs, sip on a pint of beer and savor an Irish specialty such as the shepherd's pie, the fish and chips, or the St. James Gate Guinness beef stew.

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