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    Finnegan's Bar and Grill

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Universal Studios Florida in New York


Fish 'n Chips, Corned Beef & Cabbage, Guinness Beef Stew, Sandwiches

Entrée Range

Lunch and Dinner: Adult $14-25, Child $7


The food is modest, but the entertainment is fun and the beer is cold. Brew fans can happily explore a five-sample flight of international ales as they rest from the park. Add to that the fact that this is one of only two full-service spots in USF, and the average pub fare starts to look a bit more attractive.

The fish-and-chips, which come wrapped in “newspaper,” are about the same as those served in The Wizarding World. The shepherd’s pie is bland, but the potato-leek soup is good, and the fried potato-onion “web” is addictive. For entrées, burgers, sandwiches, salads, and Guinness stew are safe choices.

Setting and Atmosphere

Fashioned after an Irish bar in New York City, albeit one built as a movie set. Along with the requisite publike accoutrements—such as the tin ceiling and belt-driven paddle fans—are movie lights and half walls that suggest the back of scenery flats. Obligatory references to Guinness beer and New York City abound. The bar area is a popular gathering spot for locals and gets insanely busy during special events like Halloween Horror Nights.

House Specialties

Shepherd’s pie; fish-and-chips; Guinness beef stew; bangers and mash; Kilkenny chicken potpie; Irish coffee.

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