What's the Craic?
Craic is a Gaelic word, with no exact English translation. The closest you get is “fun.” There’s the expression “ceoil agus craic,” meaning “music and fun,” probably once used by locals to fortify themselves before heading off over an arduous mountain pass to the nearest ceili. Put simply, having craic is having a good time or a laugh.
So come on down to O'Neill's and enjoy some CRAIC!
| Larry Cooley
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