O'Hara's Ale House & Grill has opened in the Port Washington space that used to house J.T. Bullitt. The new establishment, owned by Thomas O'Hara and Ken DeNicola, has an impressive beer lineup, with about 30 brews on tap including four Irish imports (O'Hara's and Smithwick's red ales, Killian's red lager, Murphy's stout) and Magners Irish cider.
The menu, created by chef Jonathan Chevlin, has a good mix of bar appetizers (including “Irish nachos”: potato chips topped with bacon, Cheddar, jalapeños and sour cream, $10), salads, sandwiches and entrees, which range from $16 for shepherd’s pie to $29 for a 16-ounce New York strip steak.
Burgers are available in 10-ounce, 20-ounce and “40-ounce challenge” sizes for $15, $27 and $48, respectively. Specialty burgers (10 ounces, $12 to $16) come topped with the likes of fried egg and pork belly, or are crafted from pork, vegetables salmon or turkey.
O’Hara’s Ale House & Grill is at 611 Port Washington Blvd., Port Washington, 516-321-9254.