This weekend and continuing through the entire football season, the Shillelagh Club will be serving up an awesome food menu and great drink specials every Sunday starting at 1pm, and Monday starting at 7:30pm.
This Sunday, the ‘KP’ football kitchen crew, led by Keith Bimbi and Pat Smith, will be serving a full menu that features great burgers and some of the best wings around. The bar is going to be serving up great specials as well.
The action starts with the Jets vs. Jaguars game at 1pm, followed by the Giants vs. Buccaneers game at 4pm!
Come root on both NY teams, or just one, or neither….Whoever you root for, just come on up!!!
This Friday, Sept. 29th, the Shillelagh Club welcomes back Sheri Butts and West Orange’s own Adam M. Gustavson to play their special blend of classic and contemporary blues and soul standards that everyone should recognize and enjoy. As always, the Club is open to the public and all are welcome, so come on up!
This Friday, Sept. 22, the Shillelagh Club welcomes back TBD3 to play for our Happy Hour starting at 6:00.
TBD3 celebrates acoustic roots music from Galway to Galveston, from Kentucky to Killarney, from Belmar to Ballybeg. The trio features Bill Karcher (from the Flemtones) on guitar, mandolin, vocals; Dave Sobel – guitar, banjo, vocals; and Tim Kennedy – 6 and 12 string guitar, harmonica, vocals.
The kitchen will be open for business, offering a terrific pub menu and specials. The music will be immediately followed by Team Trivia at 9, which is free to play and you can win prizes!
As always, the Club is open to the public and all are welcome!
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This Friday the Shillelagh Club welcomes the incredibly talented Joe Taino to play our Happy Hour celebration. Joe is a veteran guitarist and has been doing what he does for a long time. There are many great guitarists out there, but Joe has a “sound” that is uniquely his own. Joe says that he became interested in music after watching the Beatles’ movie A Hard Day’s Night, when he was nine years old and growing up in Puerto Rico. He got his first guitar when he was eleven and says that he started learning “everything he could get this hands on.” His early influences were the Beatles, Elvis, The Monkeys, Cream, Jimi Hendrix and Santana, to name a few.
“I got hooked on the Blues, after hearing Eric Clapton’s Sleepy Time and Sitting on Top of the World,” Joe says, “and from that point on I did nothing but play records and listen to English speaking stations where they played rock and roll, jazz, rhythm and blues by artists like B.B. King, Albert King, Freddie King, Etta James, T-Bone Walker and Taj Mahal.”
By the early 1980s Joe was doing well enough to open shows for artists like, The Allman Brothers, Johnny Winter, John Myall, Robin Trower, andd Ruth Brown. Joe has frequently toured Europe, Japan, Brazil and the Caribbean, and can be seen at the best Blues Clubs as well as the major Blues Festivals. Joe has also recorded for many commercials including Dial Soap, 7-UP and Schafer Beer. Joe now plays continuously in the tri-state area.
This Friday the Shillelagh Club welcomes The Poor Man’s Opera (abridged version) featuring Mark Moran and Andy Riedel to play our Happy Hour celebration from 6:30 till 8:30. They’ll be strumming guitars and performing all your favorite pop, folk and country-rock songs.
The kitchen opens at 6:00 offering a great selection of pub fare and specials.
The music will be followed immediately by Team Trivia, which is free to play.
So come on up to the Club, request a song, and have a drink and a laugh with us. The Shillelagh is open to all and all are welcome.
The Shillelagh Club welcome back Ed Tripold to the Club for your Happy Hour entertainment.
Ed is 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 opens at 6.
The Club is open to all and all are welcome, so come on up!