Ring in the New Year, 1920s style at The Oyster Tavern!

Cork City will welcome its very own speakeasy bar, for one night only, as The Oyster Tavern takes a step back in time to the 1920’s this New Year’s Eve!  Guests will be treated to Prosecco and oysters upon arrival, as well as a delicious selection of canapes throughout the night, specially created by The Oyster Tavern’s Head Chef Kate Lawlor.


Bar staff dressed to reflect the Prohibition era theme will serve up a selection of curated cocktails, along with a full bar of firm favourites. To ensure the ‘20s theme carries guests into the brand new year, music will be provided by the Tom Millett Band, with a DJ playing ‘til late upstairs.


“Our New Year’s Eve party is as much about ringing in 2018 in style, as it is about celebrating our first five months here in Cork City.” said Jerry Harrington, Operations Director at The Oyster Tavern “We have bright and exciting plans for The Oyster Tavern next year, and what better way to kick them off than with the party of the year!”


The Oyster Tavern, which dates back to the 1700s, was part of the €50m redevelopment of The Capitol Building, which reopened last summer. The 18th Century bar underwent a €1.5m makeover after it was taken over by well-known publican and restaurateur Alan Clancy, who also owns 37 Dawson Street, House and The Oak in Dublin.


The two storey bar and restaurant caters for all tastes, the downstairs bar lends itself towards a more chilled and laid back customer, while the upstairs bar enjoys a party atmosphere with a DJ, cocktails, and dance areas.


Tickets cost €25pp, and to book your ticket for the party of the year and to ring in the New Year in style at The Oyster Tavern call the events line on 021 7355677.


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