Well if you are (sheepish, that is), don't worry, 'cause there is no mutton on the menu here.
We have been stopping in at O'Lacy's on our occasional trips to or through Batavia for some years now. We obviously like it enough to keep gong back, and after yesterday's visit, I feel its time to expound.
Neither wife or I are Irish, and we've never been to Ireland, so I obviously cannot say how Irish this place might seem to someone who actually wears green. But to the wife and I, it is a nice hole-in-the wall authentic-enough getaway where one can have a delicious (and decently priced) meal, not to mention a fine selection of flavorful draft beers. You may well meet some friendly regulars, and if you are lucky, catch some Irish musicians (Dady Bros), or perhaps, chat it up with the follically challenged bartender who happens to be a Detroit Tiger fan. The food is pub variety, but always good, and of good proportion and cost (7-9/lunch). If you happen to go dressed to the nines instead of in Carharts, try the Shepard's Pie to bring you back to common-man's reality. Munch on home-made chips. Swill some Guiness. Let the wind be at your back as you pee on the ice in the urinal. Get just a touch mellow, and enjoy.
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