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Paddy O'Quigley's is located in Leawood and Northland. Paddy O'Quigley's is a traditional families and friends, Irish-American neighborhood pub, with plenty of feasting, imbibery and debauchery for you and yours and those to be. The refreshing Irish approach with its warm and friendly atmosphere has complimented the Quenchibility 'n Gusto for All Attitudes since 1990. Generations of wit and wisdom have graced barstools, shared laughter, wet whistles together, exchanged fact 'n fiction and passed along the art of telling tall tales.
With a menu that's as clever as it is unique, it's the quality and quantity of food that make the difference. Service with a smile and a premium draught and bottle beer selection, imported and domestic; as well as select Irish whiskeys, Scotch and single batch American bourbon, can all add to the glow. But the food is what sets Paddy O'Quigley's apart from the rest, while lotsa TVs with satellite reception, karaoke, video games, a covered patio and occasional live music contribute to your pleasure and keeping this juke joint "ShamRockin" all night long.
Paddy O'Quigley's was founded by Tom Intfen with family and friends from Atchison and the Kansas City area in 1990. Quigley is the maiden name of Tom's mother's mother, the "O" was added for a bit of flair. Other proprietors include Tom's sister Judy Intfen and Drew Mullen. May the Lord and the Luck O' the Irish be always with those who visit.
"I was pleasantly surprised by this pub. It is located in a shopping center so I had my doubts, but they were quickly dissolved by good beer, good food and extremely nice staff. Paddy's has a good jukebox, an outdoor patio (great when the weather is nice) and delicious food. I had the calamari and fish and chips. The chips are sliced potato medallions fried up nice and crispy. The fish was pure white goodness, perfectly fried with just the right amount of batter. The calamari were delicious too. Shots were generous and the waitresses were quite attractive (what can I say, I'm a sucker). Rodney was our barman and was extremely attentive. I will definitely go back when I'm in Kansas City (this is the location on Roe street, apparently they have a couple others)." — Justin B., five stars