Monday Pub Quiz at Grace O’Malley’s

Come down to your local for the weekly Pub Quiz. It’s free to play with prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Book your table today and join us on Monday for mighty craic at Grace O’Malley’s! (Date subject to change)

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Military Monday

We acknowledge their sacrifices and want to thank them with an on-air salute during our
Happy hour 11am-9pm. Active Military and Retired Veterans with valid ID receive 50% off regular food menu items till close (does not apply to daily specials). Every guest will be entered into a drawing to receive a free lunch item on any future Monday ends at 9pm

Tuesday Whiskey Tastings and Steak night

Come join us for our steak night, (steak varies each Tuesday)
5 ish till 9pm.
Happy hour 12pm-7pm
We also will be serving whiskey flights till 9pm
3 1 oz tastes $10.33 after 9pm $15.33
6 oz draft tastes $2

Wednesday’s pie and a pint

Enjoy Meat pie of the day and choose one  beer from our featured list for $10.33, served from 11am till 9pm

Thirsty Thursdays

Come in and enjoy a 6oz draft from rotating list, we are sure you will find something to pleasure your taste buds, served from $2 12pm-9pm

Mon-Fri Happy Hour

Come in and enjoy some really good drink and food features, $5.33 crush Feature, $3 domestic beer, $3 well, $4 select calls, $1 off all draft beer and $5 Glass of wine, as well as discounted food specials, served daily from 12:00 – 7:00 (9:00 on Mondays, we do not offer these features on holidays)

Saturday and Sunday

Come in and enjoy $3 Mimosas and Bloody Marys and $5.33 Crush feature, served from 11:00-7:00 (we do not offer these features on holidays)

Sunday Funday

FUN DAY SUNDAY, Come by and have a bloody Mary or a bucks fizz (mimosa) for $3 till 7 ish or come get a Crush of the day $5.33 till 7 ish.
Roast of the day, mashers,and carrots, puff pastry and gravy, served until it’s gone $12.33. Should be a good time. roast is served until it’s all gone.We will have some other great features all day. We will also have sports on the big screen
Hope to see you there SLAINTE!

Join us every Sunday from 5pm ’till close for our Wine and Dine Sundays. We will offer $5 glasses of wine or half-off bottles of wine with the purchase of any food menu item. If you find a wine you like, take one to go with you! Hope to see you on Sunday. Slainte!! (We do not offer these features on Holidays)

Sunday Irish traditional session

Come join us every second Sunday of the month for an evening of fantastic Irish folk music. An informal gathering of local musicians, playing traditional Irish music
Hope to see you there SLAINTE!

What is a Session?
Typically, the first tune is followed by another two or three tunes in a set. The art of putting together a set is hard to put into words, but the tunes must flow from one to another in terms of key and melodic structure, without being so similar as to all sound the same. The tunes of a set will usually all be of the same sort, i.e. all jigs or all reels, although on rare occasions and amongst a more skilled group of players a complementary tune of a different sort will be included, such as a slip jig amongst the jigs. Although stage performers sometimes arrange sets of reels and jigs together, this is uncommon in an Irish session context.

Some sets are specific to a locale, or even to a single session, whilst others, like the “Coleman set” of reels (“The Tarbolton”/”The Longford Collector”/The Sailor’s Bonnet”), represent longstanding combinations that have been played together for decades. Sets are sometimes thrown together ad hoc, which sometimes works brilliantly and sometimes fails on the spot.

The term ‘set’ is used for groups of three or more tunes, and for the ‘set’ dances which those tunes were originally arranged and played for. As the music was originally played for dancers, typically at ‘house dances’, a large number of standard sets (of tunes) were developed to suit the various dance sets.

After one set ends, someone will usually start another. A ‘regular’ at the session may launch into a set, knowing that many or all of the musicians know the tunes; a visitor starting a set will check that at least some of the other musicians know the tunes. While there may be occasional singing at a session, solo playing is not part of the session, nor is the session an opportunity to ‘show off’, or demonstrate ‘party pieces’. The origin and spirit of the session, playing standard sets for dancers, ensures that individual musical virtuosity is less valued than the collective effort. It also ensures that visitors from other sessions will know many of the tunes and be able to participate, in true ‘bothántiocht’ style

Early Bird 11am-5pm Daily

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