Saturday January 16th
Live Music at 9pm
$5 Guinness, Smithwicks, Harp 20 oz.
$5 Jameson, $6 Carbombs, $5 Long Island Ice Tea
$2 Pork Rinds
$10 SIGNATURE IRISH DISHES!!!
DONOVAN'S 11 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
Monday - Friday 3pm - 2am
Saturday 10:30am - 2am
Sunday 10:30am - midnight
Brunch served every Saturday & Sunday 10:30am to 3pm
Come and join us inside or sit in our extensive patio area.. its puppy friendly
NEW MENU ITEMS
Seasoned battered mushrooms fried to a golden brown and served with siracha ranch
Sweet Thai Chili Shrimp (10)
Your choice of fried or grilled shrimp with sweet Thai chili sauce
Pepper Steak Soup
Creamy steak & potato soup with a bite
Chopped Romaine lettuce , crispy seasoned croutons and creamy dressing topped with shredded parm.
Gourmet Chef Burger*
Quarter pound double burger with white American cheese, topped with seasoned lettuce tomato and onions on a brioche bun. Choice of regular side.
Blackened Chicken Alfredo
Perfectly seasoned blackened chicken, penne pasta
and our house made alfredo sauce perfect for the
cool weather. sub shrimp option
MEET THE DONOVAN'S OWNERSHIP
Donovan's Irish Cobbler is a unique restaurant business for several reasons. Jim Donovan, son- Jacob Donovan, and a close family friend- Brandon Poteet run the business with complete dedication. This is a team that has learned to work together after a long fine-tuning process. A process that turned this family oriented business into a superior venture that offers quality food and impeccable customer service.
Steak & Bleu Cheese Wedge Salad
Romaine, iceberg and spring mix, crumbled bacon, onion, tomato, bleu cheese crumbles and bleu cheese dressing.
Fish & Chips
Hand beer-battered cod fish lightly fried until hot and flaky on the inside, crispy and golden on the outside. Served with fries, tartar and our awesome Guinness baked beans.
Seasoned ground beef,Guinness gravy,
piled high with mashed potatoes, topped
with cheddar cheese and seasoned breadcrumbs, then baked to perfection
Make it Ala Mode
Try our fluffy, golden brown peach cobbler... its to die for