With a name that sounds like the body of water cruise ships sail on (it also incorporates the surname of a former Norwegian Cruise Line president), O'Sheehan's is a Norwegian standard, available on just over half the ships in the fleet. It serves as a central bar, a gathering place and it's an especially great spot to grab a bite whenever the mood compels you -- your wallet will thank you too: It's free.
O'Sheehan's feels like a neighborhood pub; there's a bar to watch the game and grab a brew with friends, and tables for families to gather over burgers and fries virtually any time of day. Sports memorabilia, like vintage boxing posters, adorn the walls. On some ships, bowling lanes, darts and arcade games serve as an added amusement (for a small fee), just to the side of the restaurant. Most often located one deck above the main cruise ship atrium, O'Sheehan's maintains a communal and casual vibe, serving as a social hub any time of day (the venue is open 24/7).
Menus are divided by breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night. Lunch, dinner and late-night menu items consist of slightly varying pub food favorites: wings, spinach and artichoke dip, nachos, burgers, grilled chicken sandwiches, fish and chips and chicken potpie. Dinner specials, such as pot roast or prime rib, are occasionally served on select evenings throughout the cruise. Breakfast is a find at O'Sheehan's -- hot, made to order and generally quiet. Custom omelets, French toast and egg platters with breakfast meats are served, as baskets of baked goods are brought around to the table. Assorted juices and fresh coffee are also included.
Drinks at O'Sheehan's come with a fee, but food is on the house.
O'Sheehan's is found on the following Norwegian ships:
Updated August 21, 2018