This Friday, March 31st starting at 6pm, we will be offering a special live music double feature edition of our weekly Happy Hour. The kitchen also opens at 6pm with regular menu, plus weekly dinner special: ‘Seafood Combo’.
Here’s the entertainment rundown:
6pm – The Dangerous Gentlemen
The Dangerous Gentlemen are a super talented blues combo who will be back at the Shillelagh this Friday to perform their own brand of rockin’, jumpin’, shufflin’ and strollin’ blues for our happy hour celebration. The have played the club a few times over the past several months and have never disappointed!
9pm – The Will O’Connor Live Acoustic Show
Those who joined us for our St Patrick’s Day Celebration a couple weeks ago got a chance to see Will and the crew put on quite a great show. Now the band is coming back this Friday, to see if they can top it!
As always, the Shillelagh Club is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. All are welcome – come on up!
This Friday we return to our usual weekly schedule of live music and great food. Starting at 6pm, we’ll have some great live entertainment featuring Ed Tripold, a singer, songwriter, and acoustic guitar player. His major influences are James Taylor, The Eagles, The Beatles, Van Morrison, Jimmy Buffet, and many others. He perform many standard “covers” and keeps up with some newer artists too. Ed adds music and life to a gathering while maintaining a volume level that allows people to converse.
The kitchen will be open, serving our regular menu plus weekly special: chicken giambotta with sausage, peppers, onions, and potatoes in a light tomato sauce.
Team Trivia starts at 9pm, and is always free to play. The Shillelagh Club is open to the public and all are welcome!
What better way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day than at the Shillelagh Club with friends and family?
Starting at 5pm this Friday, we’re serving a full corned beef and cabbage dinner, paired with a special evening of Irish music provided by The Will O’Connor Live Acoustic Show. It’s a long-standing tradition and a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Not to fear, we will also be serving chicken fingers, hot dogs, fries, etc., for those among us who have grown tired of corned beef!
Also, please note: the band is going to be playing well beyond the dinner hour, so latecomers should plan to come up and join our celebration in progress as it carries into the evening.