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A Look Ahead at St. Patrick’s Day Events in the Triad

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(Last Updated On: March 14, 2017)

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Here’s a list, me lads and lassies of the keenest and most delicious yellow moons and green clovers for your St. Paddy’s day festivities.  As best we can conjure up. You’re mighty sure to find a shepherd’s pie, corned beef, bangers and mash, Irish whiskey, ale or stout among these.

Finnigan’s Wake, Downtown Winston-Salem

The Irish pub is celebrating its favorite holiday all week with specials on drinks and discounts on Irish specialties. On March 17, the pub will start the festivities with an early “shindig” at 7 am at the bar, a traditional Irish breakfast buffet until 10:30 am. Lunch will feature live Irish music, a tent on the patio and a second bar to keep the libations happening, and later from 9pm-2am, Celtic music. There will be a cover of $5 after 10 pm. For more details check out their Facebook page.

McCoul’s Irish Pub, Downtown Greensboro

The 15th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Hooley will take place from 7am-11am with a kegs and eggs brunch. There will be live music, step dancers and other “shenanigans.”  We also bet, plenty of Guinness.

Second & Green Tavern, Winston-Salem

The second annual 2nG & Celtic Cafe St. Patrick’s Day Shindig will take place Friday and Saturday at The Official Second & Green Tavern. John O’Brien will resurrect the eats from the Celtic Cafe Menu

$11 Sampler Plate

Corned Beef, Bangers, Shepherd’s Pie, Potatoes & Cabbage

$7 Bangers Plate served with Potatoes & Cabbage

$7 Irish Stew served with Soda Bread

$7 Reuben served with Chips or Pea Salad

$5 Shepherd’s Pie

$5 Veggie Plate served with Cabbage, Potatoes, Pea Salad & Soda Bread

$4 Scotch Egg

$3 Pea Salad

We hear this food is legit. You can stay for music or grab and go.

The Claddagh Restaurant & Pub, High Point, will celebrate with the restaurant opening at 11am through 2am with live music, a bar inside and out as well as Irish food inside and out.

Providence Restaurant, Winston-Salem, is offering a multi-course dinner of Irish cuisine. The menu looks amazing. $20 per person and reservations are encouraged.

First Course:

Ale and Cheddar Soup

with Crispy Lardon and Jalapeno

Select One Entree:

Bacon Wrapped Corned Beef

with Brown Butter, Blackened Cabbage, Root Vegetables, Poached Egg and Parsley Sauce

OR

Lamb and Sweet Potato Shephard’s Pie

Slow Cooked Red Cabbage with Apples and Raisins

Dessert:

Irish Whiskey & Salted Caramel Bread Pudding

Most local bakeries can hook you up this holiday with Irish Soda Bread and a host of interesting, green baked goods, especially Krispy Kreme, which is celebrating with O’Riginal Green Glazed Doughnuts.  And we mean  GREEN.

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