On our most recent cruise onboard the Norwegian Getaway, we had lunch at O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill on the first of two sea days. We had eaten at O’Sheehan’s previously onboard the Norwegian Escape and really enjoyed it. Here’s a sneak peek into some of the amazing goodies that we ate that afternoon!


If you would like to see a menu for O’Sheehan’s, you can click here to be redirected to Norwegian’s website. It’s the late night menu for O’Sheehan’s, but a lot of the offerings are what is available at lunch as well.


As a starter, we chose the Warm Spinach and Artichoke Dip and the Buffalo Chicken Wings. On the Escape, we had tried the Nachos, so I wanted to try something different this time.

spinach artichoke dip
buffalo chicken wings

We didn’t pick anything from the “Soup & Salad” portion of the menu, so it was straight on to the main course.

O’Sheehan’s Main Course

For the main course, Mark didn’t see anything on the menu that he wanted. Our server actually was nice enough to bring out another order of buffalo wings for his meal. We had amazing customer service like this all week on our cruise! Kudos!

For me, I desperately wanted the Open Faced Roast Beef sandwich, but… you know… gluten and all. I know that they could have probably brought it out to me with gluten free bread and different gravy. But, you know that feeling when you just don’t want to be a bother…. that was me that day. So instead, I ordered the Chicken Fajitas and didn’t eat the tortillas. They were equally as delicious as I assume the roast beef sandwich would have been, so I don’t feel like I missed out on anything.

chicken fajittas


For dessert, there weren’t any gluten free options, except for ice cream, but I still wanted to show you some of the desserts they offer. We got the Brownie Cheesecake and the Vanilla Poundcake. Mark had also previously tried the Apple Pie on the Escape and said it was excellent. (Don’t have a picture of it though.)

brownie cheesecake
vanilla pound cake

We really enjoy going to O’Sheehan’s. I like that it’s open extended hours and is part of the complimentary food options onboard. It’s something different that’s not the main dining room or the buffet, and I really appreciate that.

Have you ever eaten at O’Sheehan’s on Norwegian? What did you get that you really loved? I’d love to try something new next time!