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O'Shea's, Luton

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I walked through the damp, empty streets of Luton to get tto this pub. I opened the door and was hit by a wall of noisy conversation, heat and colour. After recovering I ventured in to find that I was in the aftermath of the Ireland v England rugby match. Half the clientele were in either England or Ireland colours and all getting on like a house on fire. A band was trying to play on the small corner stage but they had a lot to contend with.
The barstaff numbered six, including a tiny girl who looked like an elf. I got served instantly every time I held up my empty glass. The beer wasn't much, no real ale, so i stuck with John Smith's.
The locals were very friendly, and many introduced themselves to me, which was pleasant.
Despite the lack of decent ale, i would visit again.

Cibalia - 7 Mar 2009 10:31
great pub , altohough with the recession it seems to be much more quiet now - u cant park anywhere near either
dirtyoldgoat - 3 Jan 2009 21:21
Great pub, really good food, and live music.
paddywack - 2 Jun 2008 22:04
My late uncle owned this pub and I used to love it here.Con O'Shea rest in peace.
weston - 8 May 2008 12:27
used to love this place , seems to be quite old now im 25 the youngest person there was 40 ish , good music mostly though
dirtyoldgoat - 10 Dec 2007 21:42
Very friendly Irish bar just outside the town centre, no real ale but other beers are good, really busy with food, sometimes hard to get a table during the week!!live music and sport, including a very rough irish speort with sticks!!
nige - 1 Apr 2006 01:08

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