Drinks in Finnegans

Drinks in...



Drinks in


Finnegan’s stocks most of the well-known Irish Beers including a number of Irish craft beers too.

House Wines:
Our wine list is well priced and available by the bottle, half bottle, or glass. We have selected wines we feel complement our menu best. Please ask us if you don’t see a wine of your choice and we shall see if some accommodation can be made. We’re also always interested to hear your suggestions.

White Wines:

Chile-Cono Sur Toronal, Sauvignon Blanc
Australia, Rosemount Estate Chardonnay
Italy – Parini, pinot grigio
France – Cuve Oralie
Italy – Custoza
Chile-Cono Sur Toronal, Cabernet Sauvignon
Italy – Parini, Montepulciano D’Abruzzo
Chile-Cono Sur Toronal, Merlot
Champagne /Sparkling wine
Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin
Bollinger special cuvee
Freixenet cordon negro Cava Brut
Prosecco Conti D’arco
1/2 Bottle Veuve Clicquot
Snipe Moet & Chandon
Snipe Freixenet
Snipe Prosecco Brut, Teresa Rizzi
Red Wine By the Glass:
Cono Sur Chile, cabernet sauvignon
Cono Sur Chile, Merlot
Italy – Parini, Montepulciano D’Abruzzo
Conde de Valdemar, Spain, Rioja
Chateau Le Plantey, France, Bordeaux
Jaffelin France, Pinot noir
White wine by the glass:
Cono Sur, Chile, Sauvignon blanc
Italy – Parini, Pinot Grigio
Australia, Rosemount Estate Chardonnay
France – Cuve Oralie
Saint Clair, New Zealand, Sauvignon blanc
J.Moreau, France, Chablis
Half Bottles Red
Italy- Chianti Classico Peppoli 2006
France- Flaurie Regnard 2011
White Wine:

France Chablis, Jean Moreau 2010
France Sancerre, La Poussie 2010
NZ-Saint Clair Vicar’s Choice 2011
Spain, Rueda – Marques de Riscal
Spain, Rias Baixas- Albarino Pionero Mundi 2012
Italy, Falerio Saladini Pilastri 2012
France, MJ Janeil-Cotes de Gascogne 2012
Spain- Navarra Rose, Campo Nuevo
Red Wine:
France- Château Le Plantey, Côtes de Bordeaux 2011
France- Beaujolais- Louis Jadot 2010
France – Canon Fronsac – La Roche Gaby 2006
Italy- Chianti classico – Peppoli 2006
Spain- Rioja- Conde de Valdemar 2009
Spain- Ribera del Duero- Celeste 2010
Spain- Rioja, Marques de Riscal reserve 2006
Argentina- Mendoza, Andean Vineyards Malbec
Italy- Amarone dellA valpolicella 2008, Bolla
Australia- Penfolds shiraz/cabernet 2013
You can find our food menu here. Or take a look around the inside Finnegan’s. Or are you looking for something a little stronger? Whiskey or Gin?

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The Whiskey List

The Whiskey List


Whiskey in


Donal Finnegan has been procuring some of Ireland’s finest Whiskeys for many years. Not just Irish Whiskey of course, but Scotches and Bourbons too. You will find one of the finest selections available anywhere in Ireland, here in Finnegan’s of Dalkey.

Irish whiskey is one of those things we can be truly proud of, a uniquely crafted spirit. Whiskey can actually claim to be born here in Ireland on a commercial level when first distilled in 1608 at the Bushmills distillery in beautiful Glens of County Antrim.

That tradition has been respected and refined throughout the country and here in Finnegan’s we are delighted to provide and serve for your pleasure, the very finest of them. Please take the time, as a whiskey lover, to read about just some of the whiskeys we would be delighted to serve you! You might even take away a bottle of our own Single Cask, Pot Still, Reserve, Finnegan’s Whiskey.






Irish Whiskey


Midleton is very rare and Barry Crockett’s legacy, regarded by many as the Kings of Irish whiskies, is still produced in small batches with each bottle individually numbered and signed by the master distiller. Jameson, the best known and loved of Irish whiskies, was born in Bow street in Dublin city and produced now in Middleton county Cork.























Irish Whiskey


The range includes Jameson 12yr old and 18yr old, Jameson Black Barrel, Gold reserve and the finest of all, the Vintage reserve, a selected blend of their oldest and finest vintages.


















Irish Whiskey


We also stock Power’s too, and have selected some of their finest reserves to produce two fabulous whiskies, a 12yr old and John’s lane small batch. Amongst connoisseurs, the name Redbreast is held in high esteem. Discontinued in the late 1970s by Gilbey’s wine merchants, it was resurrected some 20 years later by Jameson and its range is truly stunning. We serve the 12yr old, 15 yr old, 21 yr old and a cask strength 12 yr old that changes with each year of bottling. The current vintage comes in at an eye-watering 58.6 % and can only be described as luscious. For those looking for something very special, we stock a limited reserve of Gilbey’s original 12 yr old Redbreast, one of the few remaining batches in existence.











Irish Whiskey

Tullamore Dew

Tullamore Dew, another old Irish favourite has expanded its range to include a 10yr old reserve blend and a 10 yr old single malt, all of which are available here in Finnegan’s. Paddy whiskey from county Cork was so named to celebrate their finest sales rep, Paddy Flaherty, and they have produced an exceptional limited production 7 yr old centenary blend in his honour.















Scotch whisky

Ardbeg and Laphroig

We also serve a selection of some of the finest Scotch malts including Ardbeg and Laphroig 10 yr olds, two intensely aromatic peated malts from the isle of Islay. While Macallan and Glenmorangie are among the most loved of all Scotch whisky, The Arran and Robert Burns are lesser-known but equally fine single malts that can sit proudly on the top shelf alongside them.

We hope you can spend some time with us savouring some, or given time, perhaps all of these exceptional whiskeys.





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The Gin List

The Gin List

The Gin list

In recent years gin has elevated itself to a position alongside whiskey in the regard in which it is held by the discerning drinker. Here in Finnegan’s, we are delighted to offer you some of the very best gins from Ireland and around the world.

Taste a delicious Gunpowder Gin to the classics such as CDC from Cork Gordons, Tanqueray, and Bombay Sapphire have been joined by new favourites such as Hendricks from Scotland. Served with cucumber and juniper berries, Hendricks has been instrumental in changing perceptions of gin drinking.

Owing to its popularity we now serve a diverse range of gins including Miller’s gin from Iceland, Monkey 47 from the black forest, and Brockmans, Beefeater 24, Greenalls, Bloom. Mombassa club and Opihr spiced all from London. Served with either Schweppes of Fever-Tree, they’re a long way from mother’s ruin!

Hendricks with Served with cucumber and juniper berries







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