Patch Picks: 5 Places to Spend St. Patrick's Day
We've rounded up five local places that should be hopping on Thursday.
Even if you are not Irish, celebrate the coming of spring and St. Patrick's Day with your leprechaun friends in town at one of these local restaurants and pubs.
- Aidan's Pub opens at 8 a.m. on Thursday and will be serving a traditional Irish breakfast and Irish coffee from 8 to 11 a.m. Stick around for corned beef and cabbage and Aidan's full menu all day, accompanied by three live bands for entertainment, and a few pints of Guinness for that added entertainment!
- Tinker's Nest will be kicking St. Patrick's Day off in style at 6 a.m. Tinkers will serve traditional Irish food, as well as host an indoor and outdoor band, and a bag-pipe band around 1 p.m.!
- For a quieter place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Leo's Ristorante has gone Irish for the day, named "O'Leos Pub". The menu consists of Irish Nachos,Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner for 10.99, Celtic Corned Beef Sandwich for 8.99, and Bailey's Irish Cream Cake.
- Gillary's Tavern is hosting a "St. Paddy's Day Party" offering Corned Beef, Shepard's Pie, Guinness Stew while it lasts and live entertainment from the band, RUNE.
- Kick it with a Guinness at Judge Roy Bean with special St. Patrick's Day performances by Blew Milk Soap and Colby James from 8 to 10 p.m. on Thursday.