An Irish American Eatery in the heart of Elbridge has opened under new ownership. "Cocaire" means Chef in Gaelic and the name serves the new owners well. Mark and DeAnna Germano run the restaurant with the help of their friends Keri and Jake Fey.
Their menu features standard Irish fair with their own flavor including Shepherd's pie, Guinness barbecue chicken, fish and chips and the "ghost beef sandwich." The sandwich pays tribute to the area’s reputation of being haunted which goes back to the 1960s where a friendly ghost name Harry was thought to be responsible for the mischief that happened at the inn.
Cocaire is located at Wayside Irish Pub on West Main Street in Elbriidge and is open Monday through Fridays from 5-10pm and Saturday and Sunday from 1-10pm with a daily late-night menu served until 2am.
For more information and to learn more about their catering and dining options call them at (315) 760-2023 or you can visit them at http://facebook.com/cocairerestaurant.
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