Frequently Asked Questions
Do you take reservations?
Bedford: No, we’re a walk-in only kinda place but we’d love for you to give us a try anyway. We’ll do everything we can to seat you quickly when you arrive and your group is welcome to enjoy a drink at the bar while we do so (provided there are no minors in your group, of course).
Portland Hills: Yes! We take reservations in our main dining room and in our private dining room, which can accommodate groups between 8 and 18. Please give us a call at 444-7654 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have daily specials?
Kinda… we call them Weekly Features. Every week our culinary crew prepares a new dish for lunch and a new dish for dinner and we offer these items “while supplies last”. You never know, you might be the first to try a future menu item! Not only that, but our Chef’s Choice Soup is always changing and so is our Boxty.
Does Finbar’s do Brunch?
We do! Our full Brunch menu is available from 11am to 2pm every Saturday, Sunday and holiday Monday.
Does Finbar’s have live entertainment?
Yes, on special occasions such as St. Patrick’s Day (of course!) and other special events and holidays. For live entertainment info the best place to check is our facebook page.
Does Finbar’s have VLT’s?
No. We are proudly 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. Password? “guinness” of course!
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. You can buy them at any location and use them at any location.
What the heck is 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.