Midwest Living Review
It's all about creating an Irish ambience at this restaurant, where oil lamps dimly light the tables and laughing customers squint to make out the menu filled with pub grub, stouts and ales. You can find traditional American grilled steaks and sandwiches here, or get into the spirit of the Irish music playing on speakers and order Bangers and Mash or Beef in Guinness. We enjoyed the bountiful Fish and Chips plate and a cold O'Malley's Cream Ale. We also found room for a creamy slice of the chocolate American Bowman "Pye." Diners can also choose to sit outside next to the Weston Brewing Company beer garden. Inside the restaurant, most of the tables are of the long variety that could mean you sit with others should the dining room be crowded. The dress here is casual and the prices are reasonable, with all but a few entrees priced at less than $12. Weekend night diners also get a break on the $5 cover charge should they choose to go next door to O'Malley's Pub. The bar/club is a series of underground cellars once used to store lager. Watching a live band perform in the bottom cellar is a must-do for couples who want to spend a true night out in Weston, where things quiet down in the evening.