baked irish potato skins loaded with smoked gouda cheese & applewood smokedbacon topped with sour cream & chives.
Clancy's Chicken Wings
like no others, marinated, seasoned & hickory smoked served with ranch & celery sticks.
boneless chicken breast served with ranch or honey mustard.
Bobby's Fried Pickles
served with horseradish sause.
Ryan's Stuffed Mushrooms
stuffed with crab meat, cream cheese & bread crumbs
Sean's Jumbo Shrimp
marinated & charcoal grilled to perfection
not an irish favorite
Flash Fried Onion Rings
hand cut, sweet fresh onion rings fried to a golden brown.
with clancy's seasoning.
Spanish Artichoke Dip
served with chips.
Soup & Salads
Dressing: Bleu Cheese, Caesar, French, Golden Italian, Ranch, Thousand Island, Balsamic Vinaigrette.
Chicken Caesar Salad
romaine lettuce, seasoned croutons, grated parmesan cheese & caesar dressing and loaded with chicken breast (a meal in itself).
crisp lettuce, topped with grilled flank steak.
Clancy's Ultimate Chef Salad
a dieters delite! a mix of crisp lettuce, red onions,
tomatoes, bacon smoked ham & salami
a crisp mix of lettuce with tomatoes & cucumbers.
tossed with your choice of dressing.
same as house, but 1/2 the size.
Irish Cheddar Baked Potato Soup
our own homemade
our own homemade
Steak & Fish
Clancy's Steaks Are Premium Aged Black Angus Corn-fed Midwestern Beef.
Never Frozen Always Fresh, And Hand Cut Daily Here At Clancy's.
*all Steaks & Fish Are Served With House Salad,
Twice Baked Potato & The Vegetable Of The Day
12oz. Rib Eye Steak
an outstanding example of u.s. prime at its best. this steak has the most marbling of all the prime cuts, which makes the rib eye flavorful and tender.
10oz. Filet Mignon
a thick cut of corn-fed midwestern beef.this is the most tender of all prime cuts.
a flavorful and tender bone-in prime cut.
12oz. New York Strip
this is cut from aged midwestern corn-fed beef. this is the most flavorful of all the prime cuts.
a clancy's favorite! you get 2 steaks in 1.
seasoned with lemon pepper & butter
***clancy's Steak Butter To-go
*clancy's defines: rare as red & cool on the inside.medium as pink & warm on the inside.well done as no pink showing.
Not So Traditional Pub Fare
Comes With Your Choice Of 2 Sides
Bbq Beef Or Bbq Pork
tender smoked and smothered with sauce
1 inch pork steak, full of flavor, slow smoked for tenderness
1/2 Slab Pork Ribs
slow smoked for at least 4 hours
1/2 Bbq Chicken
cooked just right.
Smoked Pork Chop
2" thick chop. dry rubbed seasoned, served with
clancy's homemade sauce.
Prime Rib Steak Sandwich
tender hickory smoked rib eye served hot on a french roll.
Grilled Chicken Breast
hickory smoked to perfection served on a toasted roll
Custom Ground By Our Left Handed Butcher O'randy Consisting Of Black Angus Beef With Our Blend Of Seasoning Rubbed Into Hand Made Patties.
Create Your Own Burger By Adding Your Choice Of Cheese:
American, Cheddar, Hot Pepper, Smoked Cheddar, Provolone,
Swiss, Bleu Cheese, And Mozzarella.
Add Your Choice Of Condiments:
Bacon, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Pickles, Ketchup, Mustard & Mayo.
6oz. Hindquarter Burger
8oz. Side Of Beef Burger
12oz. Wholy Cow Burger
Twice Baked Potato
homemade potato salad, mustard potato salad, german potato salad, bbq baked beans, green beans, creamy cole slaw, sweet & sour cole slaw, au-gratin potato, french fries.
Lads & Lassie
(10 & Under Only Please)
All Items Served With Fries & Cinnamon Applesauce
A landmark of yesterdays rural countryside has become a landmark of today's booming suburban life in the Barn at Lucerne at Clayton and Kehr’s Mill Roads.
The barn was built in 1916 for the Ganahl family and was designed by Spernelli, a Swiss architect. (The Henry Bopp family had owned the property. but the Ganahls bought it from a firm called Schisler and Corneli.) It was one of the first large dairy barns in the country and the largest in the state. Built of a reinforced concrete shell, the 50,000 square foot barn had steel window sash, running water, electric lights and fireproofing. It was home to the finest of dairy cattle. Ganahl ran the dairy for 15 years and then sold it to an investment group of whom a member was Firmin Desloge. In 1941, St. Louis Dairy took over. The operation was eventually absorbed by Sealtest before its use as a dairy barn came to an end. It sat idle except for a time when it was used as an antique auto museum.