O Fallon Restaurant Guide

McGurk's Public House

(636) 978-9640

108 South Main Street, O Fallon, MO 63366

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McGurk's Public House is in an historic place, in the old section of the boomtown named for a soldier and railroad man from St. Louis, John O'Fallon. This structure traces it's history to 1862, when Frederick Westhoff founded Westhoff Mercantile. It was the oldest, continuously run business in O'Fallon before it closed in 1990. O'Fallon's first newspaper was printed here, and it was the site of the town's original power plant. But given the building's new life, the historic plaque on the façade mentions something especially significant. For most of its existence, 108 South Main Street has been a "social gathering place." And what better place to gather than around McGurk's magnificent black walnut bar hand-carved by Stuart Mark Smith. The bar's stained glass is more than 100 years old, and comes from an abandoned church in East St. Louis. Slainte'

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