The 250 yr special edition guiness is horrible btw. Rather stick with the original one!
I first dropped in at the R&C at the EPCOT Center cast preview night in September 1982.
But while working on Men In Black, I spent so many evenings (especially around the holidays) at Fins.
This is like asking me which one of my parents do I like more.
Why? The food is better.....
Raglan Road was promoting and selling the Guinness 250 on my recent trip. Beyond that, haven't heard much about it.
After how many pints does this make sense?
I would give Finnigan's the food. I was very impressed.
Still like Raligan Road the Best, good mix!
Finnegans has awesome food, awesome bartenders and a happy hour. And they make pretty sweet snakebites too, and those are only 6.
Finnegans wins this for me, hands down.
I agree with Mr. Murphy, though, step out of the parks and go to Raglan Road at Downtown Disney. It is the best by far...
I'm a Londoner and EPCOT's Rose and Crown makes a decent enough effort to reproduce an English pub without really nailing it totally.
Finnegan's also has a good stab at re-creating an Irish bar. Believe me when I say I've seen far worse attempts in England.
I have to say that we once spent a great afternoon ( yes most of the afternoon) in Finnegan's. The food was comparable in quality to the Rose and Crown but edges it because of the variety on offer. The Guinness flowed and we all sang along with the excellent guy with the guitar ( Who was as far removed from Ireland as chalk is from cheese). But no matter. We drank and sang in unison ( and some disharmony ) and had a good laugh. The beauty of staying onsite allows for missing ride -time and also allows for a beer or two as you can walk safely ( albeit unsteadily) back to your Hotel.
So where would I prefer to have a pint ? Finnegan's to be sure.
ps We were handed free Guinness vouchers in Leicester Square last night and had a couple of pints for free. So cheers Arthur.
S. after 250 years we'll mess around with it again, remove the head and stick a more foamy one on! WTH!!!
I went to the food and wine festival last night, went to Rose & Crown and paid $8, EIGHT BLOOMIN DOLLARS for a Guiness, rip off.
Finns is nicer by far