The Bowery: Rathmines’ New Bar Offers Rock ‘n’ Rum Nights for all the Crew
The Bowery, Dublin’s newest tavern, is set to anchor in Rathmines with a weekend of music and high sea high jinks this Halloween Bank Holiday weekend featuring Stomptown Brass, The Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow and a very special guest courtesy of local heroes Abner Brown’s! There’ll be music seven nights a week, with the bar open from 5:00 pm and a playlist set to please rock ‘n’ roll lovers.
The original interior design of the bar, is something worth noticing: Soaked in history, the port holes lining the bar came from Irish Naval auxiliary ship L.E. Setanta, which was decommissioned in 1980. The floorboards come from the recently demolished Boland’s Mill in Ringsend, while the wood paneling came from the former Little Sisters of the Poor convent on The South Circular Road.
Rock ‘n’ Rum
Keeping the crew happy, The Bowery will do what any good vessel would: the place is well stocked with rum including their very own craft rum aged in smoked barrels on the premises and a wide selection of rum based signature cocktails that will surely to float your boat.
The Bowery’s Captains are very familiar with the Irish Pub Scene:. Tom Bohan is a native Dubliner and has been the owner of the well-known Oarsman in Ringsend since the year 2000, while his partner Brian Costelloe is another lifetime publican hailing from Limerick. He’s most well known for the world famous Costello’s Tavern in Limerick City.
Sirens and sailors can enjoy not only live music but resident DJs including Le Galaxie’s Michael Pope and Today FM’s Kelly-Anne Byrne. Friday nights will feature the finest Rock ‘n’ Roll, Rockabilly and Blue Grass while on Saturdays, TheBowery will be your only destination for Funk, Disco and Ska.
The Bowery – Upcoming Acts
Friday 28 October: Stomptown Brass
Saturday 29 October: Abner Brown’s presents very Special Guests
Sunday 30 October: The Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow Halloween Party
Saturday 26 November: Interskalactic
For More Information: thebowery.ie