Above / Authentic Irish or not? During Pictures with the Leprechaun on March 11, 2018, patrons at Quigley’s Irish Pub were greeted by the likes of fun folks clad in Irish attire who adhere to the mantra that “Everybody’s Irish at Quigley’s.”
Every Day at Quigley’s, or “EDAQ” for short, is the name for a popular group of regulars that gathers for a pint, a burger and fun conversation where everybody knows their name.
You might say there also are groups of EMAQ, folks who start the week every Monday with $5 Burger Night at Quigley’s Irish Pub. Friends come to build a better Angus burger with a variety of available toppings and cheeses, priced accordingly. Pick a room, any room, where you can push tables together. From the Cigar Room (It’s just a name. No smoking at Quigley’s!) to the Cottage Room, receive a warm welcome and get together with friends.
Monday also is when a kid can eat free with one paying adult and two kids can eat free with two paying adults, compliments of Quigley’s.
Then on Tuesday, Quigley’s delicious fish and chips are available for $6 a platter.
Wednesday is dedicated to corned beef specialties for $5. Choose from corned beef sandwiches, Reuben rolls and corned beef bites.
Thursday features traditional or boneless chicken wings for $5 with a choice of sauce.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings welcome live musical entertainment, featuring a variety of bands.
Saturday and Sunday morning, the pub opens at 10AM for breakfast. Many times, the friendly staff welcomes soccer fans to watch matches from across the pond on big screen televisions throughout the establishment.
Outside, when the weather permits, the spacious patio welcomes well-behaved dogs about seven months of the year.
For more info about everything on the menu every day at Quigley’s, visit www.quigleysirishpub.com.
Editor’s Note / Quigley’s also is the home of the West Suburban Irish, the group that hosts monthly Quiz Nights at Quigley’s. It’s not trivia that March is a big month for the fun-loving group dedicated to celebrating Irish heritage. For special St. Patrick events still in the works, visit www.wsirish.org.