You don’t need the luck of the Irish to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day.
Whether looking for something to bring to the office, home for dinner, or gift to friends, there are several places in Middleton offering fun Irish fare and specials for the green at heart.
Start your day with something green and caffeinated — Grace Coffee Company downtown is selling white chocolate lavender Matcha lattes and pistachio lattes. It’s the perfect way to combine holiday fun with your daily morning ritual.
If looking for lunch or dinner with an Irish flare, the Free House Pub is offering a special of corned beef and cabbage all day (while supplies last).
Speaking of corned beef and cabbage, Hubbard Avenue Diner is also offering the Irish dish for lunch and dinner — which also comes with a potatoes and slice of homemade soda bread. Pro tip — Hubbard Avenue Diner serves chocolate mint malts and shakes year-round!
Sofra Family Bistro is open until 2 p.m. and serving up Irish cream iced coffees all day and corned beef and cabbage from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 17. Dine in, or order carryout.
And don’t forget Craftsman Table & Tap! This popular restaurant and bar will have corned beef and cabbage with a special on Guinness on tap.
Monk’s Bar & Grill also has the holiday spirit(s) today with corned beef and cabbage all day!
Clasen’s European Bakery is selling St. Patrick’s Day cookies and treats, as well as Claddagh marble rye and Irish soda bread through March 17 — pick up your own from this family-owned bakery. Claddagh Marble Rye is dark and light rye dough rolled together and topped with caraway seeds and semolina. Perfect for a corned beef sandwich. Irish Soda Bread is that traditional Irish bread leavened with baking soda and buttermilk instead of yeast and studded with delicious golden raisins.
Swing by The National Mustard Museum for some tasty “Mustards of Ireland.” They have a display in the gift shop and now through March 17, Irish mustards are BOGO 50 percent off. Would make a welcome hostess gift or souvenir after visiting the free museum.
Relax after work at Grape Water Wine Bar which is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a pop-up collaboration with Miggy’s Bakes and Tricky Foods and green wine — 5-8 p.m., March 17, while supplies last.
End your day at Capital Brewery & Bier Garten, just around the corner from downtown businesses. Capital Brewery is advertising Happy Hour all night, 4-9 p.m., March 17.Categories: