This tavern has an authentic nautical feel, with the portholes lining the bar coming from Irish Naval auxiliary ship L.E. Setanta, which was decommissioned in 1980.
And the salvage doesn’t end there, with the watering hole’s floorboards originating in the recently demolished Boland’s Mill in Ringsend, and its wood panelling coming from the former Little Sisters of the Poor convent on The South Circular Road.
On Friday nights you can expect tunes of the rock ‘n’ roll, rockabilly and blue Grass variety, while Saturdays will be all about funk, disco and ska.
But, as we all know, you just can’t sing a sea shanty without a healthy supply of rum, thankfully The Bowery has got you covered there. The tavern boasts its very own craft rum aged in smoked barrels, as well as a wide selection of rum-based signature cocktails.