Éirinn go brách! In celebration of Saint Patrick, who cast the snakes out of Ireland, check out these local watering holes for all that is good and Irish: Mullane's Bar and Grill (71 Lafayette Ave.) is offering an Irish Favorites Menu featuring corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, Guiness Stew, and more!
(P.S. Interesting note re Mullane’s – in talking with the owner and a bartender, I realized I’ve been mispronouncing Mullane’s for the last 2 years. It’s not pronounced “mullains”, it’s pronounced “mullawn’s.”)
Brooklyn Public House (274 DeKalb) will be celebrating its 1st Annual St. Patrick’s Day, starting at noon and going into the wee hours of the night. They’ll be playing Irish music all day and night, and have some food and drink specials, too:
St. Pat’s Food Specials:
+ Bangers & mash (Irish pork sausage, garlic whipped mashed potatoes, served w/ mushroom & union gravy) $10.00 + Irish bacon & cabbage (Irish boiled ham served w/ white cabbage, mashed potatoes & creamy parsley sauce) $12.00 + Fish & chips (fresh battered haddock w/fries) $14.00 + Plus items from the regular food menu.
St. Pat’s Drink Specials:
$3 bottles of Bud, Bud-Light & Heineken-light while stock lasts.
Craic agus ceol! (fun & music in Irish)