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$10 for $20 Worth of Upscale Pub Food and Drinks at Finnegans Bar and Eatery

Chicago

59% of 37 customers recommend

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Irish specialties such as corned beef and fish and chips join more exotic options such as wild-boar sliders; live bands and skee-ball

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 17th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Not valid for carryout, delivery, or catering. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Upscale Pub Food and Drinks

Corned beef is $13.95, beer-battered fish and chips are $11.95, and roasted chicken is $12.95. See the full menu.

Finnegans Bar and Eatery

Finnegans Bar and Eatery may decorate its walls with HDTVs, but it doesn't assume that everyone's there to watch the game. From live bands and karaoke to games of bags and skee-ball, Finnegans supplies options for hours of more-active entertainment. The kitchen also ventures beyond its beer, whiskey, and pub classics such as corned beef with braised cabbage and beer-battered fish and chips to include comforting yet slightly exotic options from around the world. Wild boar rather than ground beef bursts from the several bite-size buns of an order of sliders, and Cajun tomato sauce adds zip to chicken pasta. There's also a weekend brunch menu anchored by a hefty Irish breakfast of bacon rashers, white pudding, black pudding, and irish sausage—served alongside a standard morning combo of eggs, potatoes, and toast.

Until recently, Finnegans' Gladstone Park home was the Blue Angel Restaurant, but inside there's no hint that it used to be a diner. Deep-orange walls wrap the entire room in a sunset glow, offset by dark-wood wainscoting, exposed brick, and modern touches such as bar shelves made from light panels and paintings of dogs playing Internet poker.


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59% of 37 customers recommend

  • “from what i ordered, the wings were so tastey and the basic house salad was awesome and huge! the bar looks awesome too!”

  • “Newly opened so decor was fresh and new. Large space. Limited menu but very well prepared food. Can use a few more signature choices to set it apart. Maybe a few...”

    “Newly opened so decor was fresh and new. Large space. Limited menu but very well prepared food. Can use a few more signature choices to set it apart. Maybe a few healthy choices too. There was an slight unpleasant musty odor when I walked in which might be due to plumbing and the cold weather. I've run into that sometimes at other restaurants so I assume this will go away too. This is still a new place and I have high hopes for its continued improvement. We need a nice place like this in the area.”

  • “Everything was good and out server was great. But they were out of fish and chips and sweet potato fries and pork sliders. That's what we were going to order. Other...”

    “Everything was good and out server was great. But they were out of fish and chips and sweet potato fries and pork sliders. That's what we were going to order. Other then that, great place. ”

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    5310 N Milwaukee Ave.

    Chicago, Illinois 60630

    773-763-2902

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