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Finleys Bar & Grill joins restaurant week
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Finley’s Bar and Grill was a last-minute addition to Manteca Restaurant Week.

The inaugural event of the Manteca Convention and Visitors Bureau is currently underway through Sunday. It was designed to highlight local businesses and encourage folks to sample the local dining options.

The CVB encouraged the participants to incorporate Manteca’s “Pumpkin Capital of the World” theme.

Finley’s will feature pumpkin pie as dessert on the lunch and dinner menu.

Located at 10477 S. Airport Way, the historic bar and grill owned by Deborah Finley is featuring a southern flavor.

She’s serving up some of family favorite “comfort food” recipes from her childhood, the CVB said.

Included is the Southern catfish dinner served with mashed sweet potatoes, and creamed spinach.

Cost is $20 per person.

For lunch, Finley’s is featuring steak sandwich, side salad and soup at $12 per person.

Mark Ueker, Deborah’s husband, also helps out, serving on-tap domestic beers and imported ales along with fine wines and spirits.

The latter could also refer to the rumor that the restaurant is haunted and is scheduled to be featured later this month on A&E Biography’s My Ghost Story.

Finley’s Bar & Grill has long been considered one of the area’s best-kept secrets not to mention an out-of-the-way dining experience.

But all that could change thanks in part to Restaurant Week.

For more information and business hours, call Finley’s at 209-983-9493.