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Happy Hour Tonight

The Shillelagh Club welcomes back the 4th St. NiteOwls to play our Friday evening Happy Hour celebration. The 4th St. NiteOwls are a 4-piece ensemble that performs an extensive repertoire of 1930’s prohibition jazz classics, inspired by Thomas “Fats” Waller, Louis Armstrong, Hoagie Carmichael and Cab Calloway. The group features Dave Rubin on arch top guitar, Jerry Fabris on upright bass, Megan Slack Burleyson on snare & vocal and Dale Dale Stephen Burleyson on arch top guitar & vocal.

Friday Night is a Happy Hour Night!

Live Music with the Fermenters Acoustic Trio

This Friday, May 31st, the Shillelagh Club welcomes the Fermenters Acoustic Trio to place our Happy Hour celebration from 8 till 10. The Fermenters perform fresh original songs mixed with an eclectic assortment of cover tunes. The lineup includes acoustic guitar, fiddle/mandolin, and upright bass. Their sound is traditional roots-rock-folk with a blend of jazz and blues on the edges. The kitchen will be open serving up all your pub favorites, and the deck will be available for your al fresco dining pleasure. As always, the Shillelagh Club is open to the public and all are welcome. So please bring your friends to enjoy some great music, drinks, food and fun on a Friday night!

Live Music this Saturday!

Big Train is getting their Irish up and taking it to The Shillelagh Club in nearby West Orange, NJ. We’re talking three sets of horn-infused R&B and soul. No cover, no minimum, and a money back guarantee!

It’s Friday so there Must Be a Happy Hour at the Club!

This Friday, May 17th, the Shillelagh Club welcomes The Hardcases-Solo Acoustic Entertainment to play after our Daily Happy Hour celebration. Music starts at 8:00. The Hardcases features Scott Heath, a multi-instrumentalist and member of those veteran Irish pub rockers, The Skels. Scott plays a wide range of cover songs and even a few originals, arranged for a variety of instruments. The kitchen will be open and there’s no cover charge, so bring your friends! The Shillelagh is open to the public and all are welcome.