The Irish have given the world a great many things—Guinness, poets, fine Irish tenors, soda water, St Patrick’s Day, Oscar Wilde, leprechauns, U2, priests named Father Murphy and cops named Clancy—not to mention that elusive pot of gold at the end of every rainbow. But our favorite contribution is the centuries old Public House. That’s because the Public House is a place to gather with friends in conversation and song, drink good stout and better whiskey, and let the day’s problems slip off your shoulders. It is this culture and its traditions that were the inspiration for O’Cleary’s, and one we have merged with the 21st century – Oscar would have been proud.
By combining bowling, billiards, sports viewing and live entertainment with the best traditions of a Pub, we have expanded the social scene begun in the Pubs of small towns across Ireland. At O’Cleary’s every place in the house is designed for conversation, entertainment, great food and drinks, and if you are up for it—competition. So come on in, hoist a pint, strike some pins, enjoy the music and food and as the Irish say, ‘See who’s all there