Driftwood Publick House and Oysteria
If you happen to stop in at The Driftwood Publick House and Oysteria on your next visit to Plymouth, you’re in for a real treat. The inside of the newly opened pub feels like an old mansion. Wooden chandeliers that hang from the building’s original 1910-era textured tin ceiling accentuate its rustic/gothic style and old recycled church pews accompany the two front window booths. The beer options and menu items are just as unusual and enticing. A 20-line tap holds only craft and imported beers that co-owners Matt Hennessey and Rebekah Bryant rotate throughout each week.
Also rotating is a variety of local oysters on the half shell, served daily for $2 each. With a menu that features many creative items, such as lightly friend Yucca fries served with avocado truffle aioli, shepherds pie made with braised short ribs, and a famous handmade Philly pretzel, stuffed with steak, onions, and cheese, the Driftwood Publick House takes puband comfort foods to a whole new level.