Happy St. Paddy’s Day everyone. This holiday was a big deal for my family growing up, being from the McCullough clan. We always ate corned beef and drank beer and, of course, wore green. No matter what your heritage, it’s just fun to participate. We’ve got some delicious food options for you to celebrate and great libations to accompany that food. What ever you do, enjoy yourself, be safe and hope to see you soon!
From the Kitchen
Kevin is not pulling any punches this St. Paddy’s Day. Today, he will be running a delicious corned beef reuben stacked high on a fresh, thick marble rye with crunchy sauerkraut, Swiss and our house thousand island. So satisfying. If your looking for something else, look no further than his fresh made lamb and potato stew. This is one of Kevin’s classics that will warm you right up. A true comfort food. He is also running his broccoli cheese soup through the weekend. Not very Irish, but who cares, it’s tasty. Enjoy!
St. Paddy’s Day Vino!
While today is usually reserved for beer and Irish whiskey, you can still grab yourself a pretty bottle of wine that will pair well with the sharp sauerkraut, corned beef and the fixin’s. I recommend trying something with softer edges and good fruit. The first thing that comes to mind is a bottle of Inama’s Soave, or perhaps a bottle of Cotes du Rhone or Beaujolais. The point is, you don’t have to have beer with your St. Paddy’s Day meal, wine works with everything. Cheers.
We know it’s St. Paddy’s Day, but we don’t sell Guinness. We’ve tried, it doesn’t work. However, what we do sell is amazing, local stouts that will cure any St. Paddy’s Day craving! Check out Pelican’s Tsunami or Ferment’s Nitro Dry Stout!! If you are just looking for a good time with a dark beer and stout doesn’t matter, saddle up to the bar for our Dark Beer Tasting Tray. It features 4 – 5oz pours of some of the best barrel aged dark beers around. Stop by, check it out. It does not disappoint, promise.