Our everyday Common Room. Premier League Standing Room. Restaurant's busy Waiting Room. Have to have a Meeting Room. Waving down your Friend's Room. Washing off your Weekly Room. Cold Pint and Another Room. Occasionally a Drinking Room. Music Room. Wall of Whiskey, Snugs
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Named for what often transpires behind it's door, Shenanigans is home to our private event space. It's held more Weddings, Wakes, Concerts, Plays, Birthdays, Seminars, and Sports Finals than we care to count. With it's own private bar, bathrooms, and full A/V set up, Shenanigans is perfect for almost any event you may have in mind.
Set just off to the right of our entrance, is a dimly lit room known as "The Cottage." Officially J.C.'s Cottage, named after J.C. Wooloughan, is home to the most bric-a-brac per capita in the pub. Most of the clippings and memorabilia bear the name McMullan's as they are originals or replicas of past trades in the family. The room may only have been here 20 years, but it feels much older than that. The Cottage wasn't built with a short sit in mind.
Set opposite the main bar from The Cottage is a very red room appropriately nicknamed "The Victorian." Officially named Murphy's Parlour, The Victorian is the more formal looking of the pub's three main dining areas. Here you'll find pictures of the McMullan's family adorning the walls and mantlepiece. It is also home to our exclusive whiskey boxes. Most of which are owned by our oldest and most faithful patrons.
Easily three of the best kept secrets in town. The pub's three nautically themed snugs are to us, a pubgoers dream. Quiet and cozy on even the busiest of nights. Whether you find yourself in the Captain's Quarters or the Second Class Cabin, you can be sure that your story won't be the first they've heard. Go ahead and share it anyway.
Normally not found by most patrons is "The Hotel." Closest to the kitchen and mostly reserved for napkin folding and staff meetings, The Hotel is quite possibly one of our favourite places in the pub. Home to a painted replica of the McMullan's family outside the original Farmer's Hotel in Glenarm, this quiet alcove has been home to some of our most special moments.