Finn MacCool’s is named after a giant, semimythical character from ancient Gaelic Legends. Finn MacCool’s located at 205 Main Street, which was built in 1902, Connie O’Reilly insists he is not the original owner! Connie purchased the building, a warehouse store, in 1984 and turned it into one of Long Island’s most popular and elegant restaurants and “watering spots”. At the helm Connie carefully hired James O’Neill. James’ endless energy, enthusiasm, helps one understand why this is a top class restaurant where customers feel confident and excited about bringing their business associates, family and friends to “their restaurant”, knowing they will receive top quality food and efficient service, in a very friendly, relaxing atmosphere. The décor and the “buzz” will certainly get you in the mood for the various festivities throughout the year, whether it is the Irish Dancing or music on St. Patrick Day, you will always have a great time at Finn MacCools.
Customers may choose the active social bar where daily specials - baked clams, shepherds pie, hot pot roast, hamburgers, pizza’s or their fresh, crisp “adventurous” salads served in cozy booths. For more formal dining the main room is decorated with prints from the Book of Kells (one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world, written circa. 800 AD and can been seen at Trinity College Dublin). Popular, carefully prepared entrees include steaks Maryland crab cakes, lobster and the Irish specialties are not to be missed, and a favorite on the menu is a succulent Black Angus Aged steak .. delicious.
The Senior citizens look forward to “their Tuesday night” and avail of the 50 percent off their entrée and have an opportunity to meet up with friends on a regular basis. Sunday night is family night, where children eat free from the children’s menu (limit two children per family 12 years and under).
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Black Angus Steaks. Salads. Loobster Mango Stack. Friendly Staff.