Best Irish pub in every state in the United States

Irish Central

With some nice themed options such as the Killarney chicken and, of course, Irish favorites such as corned beef and cabbage and garlic/curry chips, the food at Tim Finnegan’s makes people very excited: “NOT YOUR TYPICAL MEDIOCRE BAR FOOD! DELICIOUS BEYOND BELIEF!

— Frances Mulraney

Where To Get the Best Irish Food In Every State


'Awesome atmosphere with Scottish live music. Good food & options to drink but less options for food. Drinks has enough varieties of beer / hot drinks / cocktails option. Had to visit. There is some vibe there which compels to visit again and again.' - Yelp user Atul S.

— Jessica Booth

The Best Irish Pubs in America for St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

Yahoo lifestyle

The country’s best St. Patrick’s Day parades are true destination points where thousands of locals and out-of-towners meet to reunite with family, catch up with old friends, celebrate heritage, and knock more than a few back while being swept away in the revel.

— Jeff O'Heir

The Best Bar To Watch The World Cup In All 50 States


Tim Finnegan's claims to be Phoenix, Arizona's most traditional and authentic Irish pub — a.k.a. soccer central. It's also home to the American Outlaws chapter in Phoenix. They're a destination for Phoenix's English Premier League fans and will sure to be packed for the World Cup.

— Matt Kiebus

Where to watch the World Cup in select U.S. cities

USA today

This pub traditionally has been packed for U.S. cup games, even seeing fans in full body paint. They'll serve themed food for some matches, such as fried frog legs for France and lamb skewers for Greece.

— USAToday

5 Places to Watch the World Cup in Metro Phoenix

Phoenix New Times

As the only official U.S. Soccer Bar in Arizona, Tim Finnegan's in North Phoenix is sure to please World Cup fans. The pub will be opening early and showing all of the games



Phoenix New Times

At Tim Finnegan's, happy hour is every day of the week, so even weekend warriors can nosh and get sloshed on the cheap. Premium wells for a mere three bucks, as well as half-price appetizers? We're sold. Especially when those half-price apps exemplify Old World Ireland transplanted smack-dab into the middle of the Southwest, like the corned beef and cabbage taquitos.

— Phoenix New Times

Tim Finnegan's Irish Restaurant & Pub

Beer advocate

Tim Finnegan’s Irish Restaurant & Pub is a hidden gem in the Metrocenter area. The strip mall exterior hides a brilliantly decorated and truly authentic Irish establishment. Its a real pub experience with all the benefits of a well stocked beer bar that will please any patron. But the surprises don’t stop there. Tim Finnegan’s offers a delicious menu that makes it a perfect destination for lunch or dinner.

— drugsbunny

PBS Check Please

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Finnegan’s Featured on the PBS Show “Check, Please!”