Finn McCool's Irish Pub

Bars, Pubs Santa Monica
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Finn McCool's

This Santa Monica pub (right in the thick of Main Street) offers mainstay Irish eats and tipples. Stop in for a massive Irish breakfast, served all day and night, or for "the best fish and chips." There's also Irish Potato Skins and Baileys Irish Cream cheesecake for a sweet ending to your meal. Sip on cocktails and wine or choose from the 18 draught beers on tap and more than 200 whiskeys from around the world. Drop in for happy hour (Monday to Friday 1-7pm and Saturday 1-6pm), live music (Thursday to Saturday nights and a traditional Irish Sunday supper.

 

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Venue name: Finn McCool's Irish Pub
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Address: 2702 Main St
Los Angeles
90405
Opening hours: Daily noon-1:30am
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Meagan H
tastemaker

Loved it here! Totally commercial version of an Irish pub but they know how to pour a Guinness the right way, were quick to serve, and weren't jerks about anything we asked for. There was a cute little Irish band and an interesting collection of misfits trying to jig. So much entertainment but the music isn't so blaring that you can't talk to your friends if you grab a high top in the back. Wish the place was a little bigger to have more space to get through people, but that's life

Erin Kuschner
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Huh. I'm all for Irish pubs, but Finn McCool's is a little perplexing. The quality of live music depends on when you're there, but the clientele is mostly patrons drunk out of their minds or groups looking for a quick beer to throw back before they move on to Townhouse down the street. The last time I was there, no less than three dudes were kicked out for being too wasted to walk. Irish pubs are for fun and games, sure, but handle your liquor bro. Also, there's no way I should be paying that much for a gin and tonic.