About Auld Shebeen
The Auld Shebeen, known in Ireland as An Sibin, was a speakeasy where you were sure to find good friends, good food, and drinks. These speakeasies inspired our restaurant and pub, The Auld Shebeen.
Over 90 percent of the material used to create the pub is authentic Irish salvage that was brought here to Morristown. The Auld Shebeen was actually constructed in Belfast, Ireland, and then taken apart and shipped to the United States to be re-constructed at the Hanover Marriott. The Auld Shebeen is divided into four general areas, with a piece of Irish history in every restaurant corner.
The Dining Room
The wood paneling and fireplace in the upper area of the Dining Room are made of solid oak from the library of an old mansion in central Belfast.
The lower part of the pub, known as The Library, is our newest addition and can be reserved for private parties.
The Brewery Area
Located in the main bar area, the Brewery Area contains an 18th century Poitin still, which was rescued from an old seminary college in Maynooth, County Kildare.
The Grocery Shop
Located in the raised area of the pub, the Grocery Shop can be found at the left of the bar.
The Cottage Area
Located in the back of the pub, the Cottage Area is also available for private parties.
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