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The Shanakee has become my local over the last 6 months and is never short of an interesting conversation and new friends.
There is live music on a Sunday and all your sporting tv needs are catered for. A reasonably well kept pint awaits and...More
This place isn't everyone's cup of tea but it is always interesting. You never know what crowd you're going to find. Evening I went there were a load of guys back from watching the darts singing their heads off and dancing jovially round the tables....More
Great Pint of Stout and excellent and friendly staff - clientele is what put me off. At about 10 pm on a Friday the place was fairly full of drunken "working class blokes" falling over themselves and tables - blind drunk. Spit and sawdust sort...More
This pub is conveniently located right opposite the Ealing Broadway train station.It is a very low toned place to chill, no frills or fancy. Enjoy beer while you watch the IPL or the Derby! Fantastic for catching up with friends after a long day or...More
Our time at the shanakee was an incredibly unique and enjoyable night out for the lads (and lasses). DJ Rob was a revelation and his taste in music had the entire pub on their feet. The price of the drinks was excellent for this type...More
Visited the Shanakee on a Friday evening. Bar was relatively busy with a good atmosphere. Drinks are a decent price, not much off what you'd expect to pay in London. There's a lad with fairish hair and quite tall behind the bar who was good...More
The Shanakee is an inviting public house with plenty of smuling happy faces the moment you walk throufh those doors..
The barmaids are exceptional in thier customer service & do so with a smile.
The music they have at weekends varies however it is all...More
Situated directly opposite Ealing Broadway tube station this is a typical but genuine Irish pub with good bar meals and real Guinness on tap.
The clientele are in the main ex pat Irish and generally friendly and noisy.
I called in when the Irish national...More