Cape Cod: Articles: DennisFoodNightlife -- post an article

Cape Cod O’Shea’s Olde Inne At West Dennis


Under new ownership, O’Shea’s Olde Inne is a great Irish pub located just a couple of miles past the Bass River Bridge.  Featuring a menu that consists of Irish, English, American, seafood and steak house, you’ll have no problem finding that perfect meal.  At the bar, you’ll find some of the best ales and stouts including Guinness and magnas Irish cider to name a few.

The inside atmosphere is full of old world charm.  The all dark wood interior and fire place make either sitting at the bar or in their dining room a pleasureful experience and with the friendly staff you’ll be glad you came. 

Open seven days a week, O’Shea’s Olde Inne features live music every night consisting of some of the best local Irish music.  So, if you’re looking for an exciting yet casual night out, be sure to stop by and enjoy the next best thing to Ireland. 

tell-a-friendlink to this post

Map - (click marker for driving directions)
view large maps: aerial, birdseye, street, satellite, hybrid, topo & aerial | view all mapped places

Cape Cod
Posted by Cape Cod - (website) on 08/27/06
Categories: DennisFoodNightlife
Keywords: irish, restaurant, nightlife, pub, bar, food


I used to frequent the pub every summer when traditional Irish music was played.  Now it has turned into a different type of experience, and to my way of thinking, is no longer an IRISH pub.  I think it would be better advertised as being what it actually is - folk music, and a down home American style pub.

Posted by Kathleen Gorman from Florida on 02/26/08 at 07:32 PM | #

The pub has changed hands since the article was written on 08/27/06. I’ll see if I can get CapeCodNightLife to update the article.

Posted by Cape Cod from Cape Cod, Massachusetts on 02/26/08 at 10:57 PM | #

Had dinner at O’Sheas Sat. night 4/11/09.
Food and Irish Music were great. I got to meet the owner Joe Shea and found out we knew alot of the same people back in Conn.
I will go back to O’Sheas every time I am At the Cape. I highly recommend it.
John W

Posted by john woermer from naugatuck ct on 04/13/09 at 10:09 PM | #

My boyfriend and I were up in Cape Cod for the week-end of April 4th & 5th 2009. We always go to the Celtic Kitchen for breakfast, and while we were there we were told about O’shea’s and what a great place it is. That night we decided to go check it out and let me tell you we had such a good time, the place was packed and the band was awsome. We will be coming up again in june and can’t wait to stop by for a good time. This time i think we will go early to grab some dinner.
See ya soon

Posted by Donna .T from Connecticut on 05/11/09 at 07:10 PM | #

re: Kathleen Gorman “to my way of thinking, is no longer an IRISH pub.”—what foolish comment. O’Shea’s is the closest thing to an authentic Irish pub this side of the Atlantic…and i’ve been to hundreds on both sides of the pond.
Trad sessiun three times a week…other regular performers include Sean Brennan, Inchicore, Terry Brennan, Patsy
Whelan…hardly your regular American Pub…Live music 365 days a year!!

Posted by Seamus Hanrahan from Cape Cod on 02/11/10 at 02:47 PM | #

Related Posts: are tagged with irish, restaurant, nightlife, pub, bar, food
<< Too Many Seals, Not Enough Sharks | Cape Cod Beach Maps & Driving Directions >>

Read More About Cape Cod

<< CapeLinks Cape Cod

Articles | Maps | Summer Rentals | Hotels & Lodging | Photo Galleries| Classifieds | Advertising | Contact

Marketing ServicesProfessional Webmaster ServicesWeb Development

copyright © 2000 - 2024 CapeLinks Cape Cod 20:51:32 EST 05 26 2024 - 0.1700 - 56 - 6180895 CapeCod, MA -