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“A Southside Irish tradition with deep roots”
Review of Reilly's Daughter

Reilly's Daughter
Ranked #57 of 132 Restaurants in Oak Lawn
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Reviewed October 19, 2017

Reilly's Daughter first opened in 1976 in exactly the same location at 4010 W. 111th St.. The owner, Boz O'Brien, did some crazy things from 1976 until 2002 when they closed. For instance, there was Santa Claus arriving in Oak Lawn by helicopter. Then there was the tradition of giving out turkeys every hour on the hour on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, but that was culminated by the final raffle at midnight of a live turkey who had been strutting around the bar all day & evening. In 2002, Reilly's Daughter downsized a bit for a few years and just maintained one location at Midway Airport. In 2015, Boz O'Brien decided to go back to his roots and he is now in the same location that he had been in many years before. There is parking for about 400 cars in the lot which is on the northwest corner of Pulaski Rd. and 111th St. The menu is a bit limited, but the corned beef egg rolls were pretty good. There are plenty of TVs and they did a nice job in renovating the place to bring it in to the 21st century.

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