Craic is a Gaelic term that describes the feeling you should get in an Irish Pub - fun, good conversation, good music and food, and great people. The pub resides in the historic Jefferson Hill building, which was built in 1845, three years before the potato famine began in Ireland. The original hand hewn beams and stone foundation can be seen in the cottage room. The cottage room is the former billiard room of Naperville Mayor Kendall, whose family lived in the house in the early 1900's. You can also get a glimpse of the original back of the house if you look up behind the bar and through the glass ceiling. The staff at Quigley's Irish pub is doing their best to provide you with good craic, so sit back and enjoy the food, beer, music and people.
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