The once-rural spot at Clayton and Kehrs Mill roads used to be home to one of the nation's largest dairy barns. Fast-forward several decades and developments, and the Barn at Lucerne now houses West County's only Irish pub/barbecue pit/catered buffet/butcher shop. Being a restaurant with a butcher shop attached puts out the expectation of a range of fresh and well-prepared steaks and meat. Clancy's prides itself on its always fresh, aged black Angus beef, cut in-house, including its twelve-ounce rib-eye steak, ten-ounce fillet and twenty-two-ounce porterhouse, all served with a salad, a twice-baked potato and the vegetable of the day. In addition to the usual pub fare, such as fish and chips, potato soup and corned beef and cabbage, Clancy's offers an array of barbecued items, prepared right in their own hickory smoker, including pork steak, ribs and chicken. Clancy's also offers burgers, ground on site and available in three sizes - six-, eight- or twelve-ounces - seasoned and with choice of cheese.