Welcome to O'Shea's
When you walk through
our doors, you will be greeted warmly by owner, Joseph
and the burning embers in the dining room fireplace. You
may wonder if you have actually walked into one of Ireland’s
best pubs as the candle lit, casual atmosphere envelops
you. Once you taste our food, relax with a good brew, experience
the friendly atmosphere, and listen to live music, you
will want to come back and be part of our family.
We always enjoy a bit of
the blarney. Celtic musicians are welcome to join the session.
Bring your fiddles, guitars, boxes, whistles and dancing
feet for a mighty time at O’Shea’s Sunday Session!
Our region, Cape Cod, is blessed with many talented musicians
and it is our intention to offer O’Shea’s as
a platform for them to play. Local musicians play nightly
and our doors are always open to all musicians who want
to share their music.
In addition to community and music our diners have come
to expect tasty and modestly priced dining every night from
5 – 10 PM. Our famous Irish Stew is always a favorite.
Relax with a good brew, settle in for a good meal and then
stay awhile to visit and enjoy the live music.
LIVE LOCAL TALENT.... EVERY NITE!
They play guitars, banjos, mandolins, fiddles and sing Celtic,
blues, folk, bluegrass and whatever else moves their musical
souls. If you’re a musician looking for a place to
play, come in and introduce yourself. This could be your
Olde Inne, located at 328 Main Street, West Dennis,
is the gateway to the Village of West Dennis Massachusetts
on Cape Cod. In the tradition of New England village
centers, we have established a local restaurant with
good heart and sense of community. Locals, vacationers
and visitors from afar enjoy the opportunity to talk
and visit with each other. We care about people and
our patrons care about O’Shea’s because
they recognize it as the most unique gathering place
on Cape Cod.
We are famous for our Sunday
night traditional Irish Session. People come from
miles to listen to traditional Irish tunes (jigs and
reels), eat wonderful food and visit with friends.
Patrons are encouraged and welcomed to sing their
own tunes, recite poetry or tell their own Celtic
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