As punters swarm towards Camden to enjoy a noisy rocker Pub like sheep in the night. Others head to the Sheephaven Bay in search of a woolly back to rock the bedposts with. Sheep jokes aside this in an Irish bar so the Welsh are far and few between.
You may end up drinking your weekend away at The Sheephaven, such is the high quality of the goodness from Saint James Gate. After trying a few Pinting’s here we can safely say that it isn’t half baaad. Creamy as fuck, we were like young spring lambs dancing around the bar by the end of the night.
No nonsense service, 3 pint pour, no mess down the side of the glass just a smooth pint. Staff are pretty sound too with one or two sound and pretty, go on ya good thing!
The Three Shells:
If anyone remembers the movie Demolition Man with Weshley Snips and Sandra Bollocks there’s a scene where they use the toilet and are left with three shells perplexed. Well, you’ll have the same thought here. On top of the jacks there are a bunch of shells at your disposal, we recommend the toilet paper unless you’ve brought the Sudocrem out.
Nearest Way Out:
Mornington Crescent on the Northern line (three mins walk) is only a short stroll around the corner. Or grab a late pint in another old favourite Irish haunt the Oxford Arms (only if you like Mayo people that is) and jump home at Camden Northern line.
Unique Crab McGrath quality:
This establishment should be renamed the “The Sunlovers Haven”. Why? Because the best part of this small pub is it’s small recently renovated smoking area which is savage on a hot day, not that you’ll get any with this fecking Global warming malarkey. Forget your worries and laugh the evening away with the barmaids. Good spot to watch the GAA too when they roll out the big screen otherwise they’ll always have it on the wind-ups beside the bar.
Crab McGrath Rating:
Shure I’m only in the Sheephaven haven some craic with the lads!