Forget the Irish potato famine. Finn McCool's serves up Irish eats in such abundance that it has become the pub's hallmark. Expect the necessary Irish trappings (dark wood, Irish artifacts and Guinness) tempered with a little something for our homeland's sports obsession: 14 large screen TVs blare the game of your choice, paired with individual table top speakers that make it simple to tune in.
But it's the food that truly stands out, or, more specifically, the way it's priced. Monday night's $6.99 New York strip steak dinner, Tuesday's half-price appetizers, Wednesday's $7.99 pot roast and vegetables, Thursday's two-buck burger and Sunday's 25 cent wings make it easy to eat heartily. But you'll eat heartily again and again on Fridays, where a mere $6.99 gets you two hefty rounds of fish 'n' chips (additional orders are a modest dollar), served with the requisite malt vinegar and tartar sauce.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Chris Benevich