The eating of the green

St. Patrick's Day restaurant customers

Restaurants around the country are going beyond corned beef and cabbage to entice customers with St. Patrick's Day specials. From onion soup to whisky-infused desserts and hefty drink specials, the luck of the Irish is sure to shine bright on hungry and thirsty celebrants.

Blackfinn American Grille
Kegs N’ Eggs: An early morning St. Patty’s day tradition, Blackfinn American Grille will be offering its patrons kegs and scrambled eggs; $22 per person

Cooper Irish Pub
St. Louis Park, Minn.
Irish Bread Pudding: Pastry bread soaked in an Irish Whiskey cream sauce, $5.49

Connolly’s Pub Restaurant
New York City
Traditional Irish Corned Beef and Steamed Cabbage, with Sauerkraut option; $9.99

Blue Boar Inn & Restaurant
Salt Lake City
Mussels in Guinness Cream; Guinness-Braised Veal Short Rib; $NA

New York City
Langan’s Stout-and-Onion-Soup: Traditional onion soup served with an Irish touch of your favorite stout in a hearty bowl; $7.50

Max Fish
Glastonbury, Conn.
Tasting dinner including Haddock Chowder, Irish Potato Cakes and Grilled Salmon, with Warm Date Bread Pudding for dessert; $26

Blue’s BBQ
Roanoke, Va.
Green Beer, offered only on St. Patty’s and until the tap runs dry. Blue’s also has cocktail specials and classic corned beef and cabbage platters; $2 per pint

The Wine House
Los Angeles
Irish tasting, includes samples of Curium Irish Wheat, Wexford Irish Crème Ale, Murphy’s Stout, St. Peters Winter Ale and others. Dinner includes corned beef and cabbage, cheese plates, soup and bread pudding in whisky sauce: $65


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