Can't believe this is closed. We've been going for years. Not sure why, but WHY??? Wish it would re-open.
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My wife and I traveled to Fernandina Beach on our motorcycles. We stopped by O'Kane's Irish Pub. All the table were filled so we moved on. After not finding anywhere else we wanted to eat we returned to O'Kane's. I am so glad we did....More
Our family tried to go to O'kanes in Fernandina Beach, FL for New Year's Eve and the restaurant is now closed as of January 2014.
The 4 of us went out for a night of relaxing and this was the only bar we found that was decent, without smoke. The music was live but not a loud as other bars. The service was friendly. Everyone here minded their own business...More
We went here on a local's recommendation and had a delicious dinner in this nicely decorated pub. My husband had the corned beef and cabbage and I had the shepherd's pie. Both were very good. I would definitely choose to eat here again.
My husband and I went to Fernandina for a short weekend get away. We had eaten lunch late so we didn't want a big dinner. We were so happy we picked O'Kanes Saturday night. I had fish and chips and he had chicken wings. Everything...More
My husband and I are "locals" and we go to O'Kanes often for a fun downtown bar experience. The food is just "okay", but the Davis Turner band on weekends is a real treat. O'Kanes was a strong selling point for us when we considered...More
We'd been thinking Irish for several days coming down the east coast - one of us on a bicycle and the other being the official SAG (Support & Gear). He had bangers & mash to fill his carb need. I had the excellent Reuben's (to...More
The atmosphere, décor and range of beers make for the best pub in Fernandina. The food is not gourmet but at the same time it is very good and well priced. The smoked salmon is top notch, the scotch eggs are excellent and, to be...More