Belfast Gastropub Opens in Lindenhurst

Recently opened, the pub brings a taste of Ireland to Long Island.

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Photo: Belfast Gastropub Facebook page.

Opening in early March, Belfast Gastropub is bringing the great taste of Ireland to Long Island.


Appetizers on the menu include spicy crackle bites with shaved corned beef mixed with kraut, swiss cheese, spicy thousand island, breaded and fried golden brown with their chef’s spicy sauce ($9.95), south shore baked clams loaded with chopped clams, bacon, garlic, lennon, butter and herbs ($11.95), and crunchy tuna tartar, which is marinated tuna with pickled ginger, scallions and sriracha, rolled in crunchy panko bread crumbs served on a cucumber chip with wasabi ($12.95).


Photo: Belfast Gastropub Facebook page.


They also have sandwiches ;like their reuben with corned beef or pastrami that is served on toasted buttery rye bread, melted swiss, sauerkraut and thousand island dressing ($14.95) and their “brilliant” burger, an 8 oz. burger topped with shaved corned beef, caramelized onions, melted irish cheddar, and their chef’s spicy sauce ($13.95).


Photo: Belfast Gastropub Facebook page.


Their Irish corner features shepherd's pie ($18.95), fish & chips ($19.95), and corned beef and cabbage ($18.95).


On Yelp, Lizzie H, of Floral Park, said that she decided to try out Belfast Gastropub.


“For food we decided to split a few small plates,” she said. “Baked clams were cooked perfectly and the fish and chips were delicious, but honestly We thought the wings were the winner here.  They were beyond crispy without us asking for it and not overly saucy.”


“Overall a great experience so we've told a handful of people to check it out,” she added. “We will definitely be returning!”


Location: 101 North Wellwood Avenue, Lindenhurst, (631) 237-7021.