"New in Name, but that's about it." Mrs. O'Leary's Dubliner Tip by happyhourkid

Mrs. O'Leary's Dubliner, Chicago: 1 reviews and 1 photos

  Mrs. O'Leary's Dubliner
by happyhourkid

Formerly known as Bucko's, the "Dubliner" (the abbreviated name) features hand-carved wooden booths and deep-green walls and it gives give this dimly lit pub a quaint feel.

The Dubliner caters to mostly locals, with plenty of transplants from the Emerald Isle. While many were saddened of the fact that with no more Bucko's there would be no more Wednesday Buck-O-Beer nights, the Dubliner is very fair with their drink prices and offers routine specials.

The jukebox ranges from Irish classics to modern American, and the patrons have been known to not only sing along, but even break out in dance if the mood strikes. There are dart boards and multiple televisions showing sports as additional entertainment.

Dress Code: Casual

Address: 10910 S. Western Ave.
Directions: About 3 blocks south of Keegan's.
Theme: Nightclub

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Sep 8, 2004
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