This historical site marks the nearby birthplace of Henry Joy McCracken, an 18th Century Protestant Irish Republican who founded the Society of United Irishmen. And Henry would be justifiably proud of this revamped space that bears his name. Burgundy button-down banquettes lend a gentleman's club air, while the reclaimed wood-panelled walls reflect its century-old incarnation as a public house. Live trad, acoustic and contemporary tunes keep locals and tourists happy. As does the hearty pub grub served with a touch of style - try the rock oysters with your pint of the black stuff. Find Henry's down the narrow lane off High Street and beside the adjoining Jailhouse.