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$15 for $30 Worth of Bar Food and Drinks
The menu features drafts of Guinness ($5.25) and Smithwick's ($5) alongside Crispy Cod sliders ($9.99), shepherd’s pie with lamb ($8.99/$13.99), and the Northside burger ($10.99) topped with caramelized onions, mushrooms, garlic aioli, an onion ring, and roasted red peppers.
Owned and run by Irish transplants, Tim Finnegan’s recreates an authentic pub atmosphere to enjoy traditional dishes as well as international soccer matches. The pub takes its name from James Joyce's final novel, Finnegans Wake, and reflects its Celtic heritage both behind the bar and on the menu. Taps hide cold drafts of Harp, Guinness, and Smithwick's, and the kitchen fills tables with plates of corned beef and cabbage or traditional Irish breakfast, served regardless of what time it is in Belfast.
The Bleacher Report called out Finnegan's as a top destination to catch Euro 2012 matches, and fans are regularly found clustered around the long bar or lacquered wooden tables to cheer on their teams. Musicians can test new material or their ability to follow instructions on Wednesday night open mics or Sunday karaoke, while teams can test their wits on Tuesday with pub trivia. Monday and Thursday though Saturday nights are reserved for live music.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Had Fun Singing karaoke! ”