What hours are we open?
Finbar's is open seven days a week all year 'round.
We're open every day at 11am everyday but last call varies:
Sunday - 9pm
Monday - 10pm
Tuesday - 10pm
Wednesday - 11pm
Thursday - 11pm
Friday - Midnight
Saturday - Midnight
. . . we occasionally stay open later if we're busy but we never close earlier.
We serve food every day starting at 11am but our kitchen closes at various times:
Sunday - 9pm
Monday - 9pm
Tuesday - 9pm
Wednesday - 10pm
Thursday - 10pm
Friday - 11pm
Saturday - 11pm
Do you have food specials?
Usually. Our Chef's Choice Soup is always changing as is our Boxty but we also have fresh daily specials whenever possible.
Do you take reservations?
Technically, no. If you just have a small group please give us a try anyway, we'll usually be able to easily accomodate you. If you'd like to book a big party just send me an email (click on Contact Us). We're not a very big place and large groups are not our specialty but sometimes we can work something out.
Does Finbar's do Brunch?
Although we do not have a full Brunch menu, every Saturday and Sunday from 11am until 3pm our Daily Feature and Boxty selection are of a "brunchy" nature.
Does Finbar's have live entertainment?
Yes, we host live entertainment during special events every month, and you can keep up-to-date on all of our events on the "Event Calendar" tab.
Does Finbar's have VLT's?
No. We are VLT free since 2008.
Does Finbar's have Wireless Internet?
Yes, of course! We have complimentary wireless and the signal strength is excellent anywhere in our pub.
Does Finbar's sell Gift Certificates?
Yes, we have electronic gift cards just like the big guys! They're available in any denomination, they're reloadable and you can check the balance on-line anytime.
Can you smoke at Finbar's?
Not anymore, we are 100% non-smoking at all times, in all areas. Our patio is completely non-smoking, at all times.
What's a Finbar?
Finbar is the name of the Patron Saint of the city of Cork, Ireland and has become a common Irish first name meaning "White Head" in Irish Gaelic. A number of miracles have been attributed to Saint Finbar, the most impressive being that the sun did not set for two weeks when he died. Better late than never I suppose. Located in his city of Cork, one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Ireland bears his name to this day.