Along with a healthy sense of humor, O'Malley's takes its Irish roots seriously. When it opened in the '90s, the owners imported furnishings from Belfast, where they had been fashioned from the remnants of an abandoned church. The décor retains some of the church's design details, like the stained glass windows behind the bar. The pub offers beer and cider on tap and in bottles, starting at €3.30, as well as a decent selection of spirits. The twenty-something crowd is lively, but the place is quieter and more refined than its jointly owned neighbor Shamrock, which features live music every night.