We went to Finnegan's on the way back from the amazing seafront of dalkey. We had great food and a couple of pints of Guinness. Great quality/price ratio, nice and quiet pub
51 - 60 of 216 reviews
Not our first visit to this eatery -this was a family lunch in Finnegans - pre-booked - and was a very enjoyable culinary experience recently. Our waiting staff were excellent - thank you Amy- and service was great. From the tasty brown bread to the...More
Stopped in for a post-dinner whiskey on the way back to our hotel in Dalkey. We took the DART train from Dublin city center, and then a taxi after Finnegan's back to our hotel (the Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel) up the hill from town. Finnegan's had...More
We finished a night of shopping by stopping by this wonderful Irish pub in Dalkey! The waitstaff waited on us immediately! They struck up a conversation with us, asking about America, and had actually been to New York. Other patrons sat beside us and happily...More
Delicious food. Seafood pie was excellent as was the Shepherd's pie. Quality was evident.V good range of main courses and deserts.
As anyone who knows Dalkey will testify - it's lovely small village, with a few very good restaurants (eg. The Guinea Pig) and some good bars. The Queens has long since gone on a downward spiral, The Club is a solid old-style bar and Finnegans...More
A fantastic family run pub great for a nice quite pint and fabulous for lunch. Real Home cooked food. Great staff and service and would you believe there's always a Finnegan there behind the counter working. What I'd call a real pub with real staff...More