St. Patrick’s Day Dining Specials

Pied piping. Photo by Jerry McClure
Pied piping. Photo by Jerry McClure

You’ll need food to get you through St. Patrick’s Day as you celebrate with one too many beers. Preferably something that fills you up and costs very little dinero.

Don’t worry, guys, I got you. I have created a handy dandy chart (made with my beautiful Microsoft Word skills) to locate the nearest restaurant with food and drink specials. Figure out where you’re eating now before you become a complete slosh bucket on Sunday.

Jump if you want the goods. Cheers.

BBC  2800 Routh Street, 214-922-8220, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. 

“Eggs benedict with quail eggs. Chicken and waffles made with beer. Tea in our cocktails.

Starting on Saturday, Mar. 16, you can kick up your heels throughout the night to the tunes of Lookout until midnight when a signature toast to St. Patrick’s Day complete with a bagpiper and balloon drop really gets your lucky charms going.

To continue the fun, on Sunday, Mar. 17, follow the rainbow (and the bagpiper) to the BBC for a memorable 10 am – 3 p.m. brunch that includes green beer, craft drink specials, all while enjoying the sounds of Matt Barron & the Time Machine.”

Bridge Bistro  921 North Riverfront at Payne, 214 740 1985

“Saturday & Sunday, 16th & 17th

Fish & Chips, Corn Beef & Cabbage, Lots of Potatoes”

Chiladas 6145 Windhaven Parkway, Ste 120, PlanoFriday, March 15th 11:00 a.m. – Sunday March 17th 9:00 p.m.

 

“Customers who visit the restaurant St. Patrick’s Day weekend, March 15th-17th, dressed in green will receive a free side of Chiladas made-from-scratch guacamole with purchase of an entrée.”

Cook Hall  2440 Victory Park Ln., 214-397-4100 

 

• Corned Beef Reuben with Marble Rye, Gruyere and Guinness Mustard
• Irish Soda Bread, Whipped Butter and Sea Salt
• Homemade Corned Beef & Cabbage with Horseradish Cream
• Chocolate Stout Sundae with Pretzel Streusel

 

Goodfriend Beer Garden 

 

1154 Peavy Road, 214.324.3335 

 

“In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, Goodfriend Beer Garden & Burger House will host a Parade Party featuring live music and drink specials on Saturday, March 16th.

Goodfriend has lined up two stellar bands to keep the party going throughout the day. Kirby Brown, a Southern singer and songwriter, will make his triumphant return to Dallas to play two sets. Plus, local country band, Boys Named Sue, will end the party on a high note with their third show of the day.

As always, Goodfriend will offer draft and shot specials. Plus, patrons who sport a green Goodfriend t-shirt will receive a special discount on their tab. The party will kick off at noon. Kirby Brown will take the stage at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., followed by Boys Named Sue at 11 p.m.”

 

Old Monk & Idle Rich Pub 

 

2847 N. Henderson Ave. (Old Monk), 2614 McKinney Ave. (Idle Rich) 

 

“IRISH FOOD SPECIALS INCLUDING CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE, FISH & CHIPS, AND SHEPHERD’S PIE WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE FRIDAY THE 15th AND SATURDAY THE 16th.

THE OLD MONK AND IDLE RICH ARE OPEN FOR LUNCH FRIDAY.

THE OLD MONK OPENS AT 10am SATURDAY THE 16th

 

Mockingbird Taproom & Park Tavern 

 

5319 E Mockingbird Lane (Mockingbird Taproom), 8166 Park Lane, Ste. C310 (Park Tavern) 

 

“Starting Monday, March 11 through Sunday, March 17, 2013, Mockingbird Taproom and Park Tavern will offer all-day $5 drink and food specials including Guinness drafts, Irish Car Bombs and Corned Beef Sliders.

In addition, Mockingbird Taproom and Park Tavern will offer a full breakfast buffet and drink package to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 11 a.m. The package will include bottomless draft beer, Screwdrivers, Bloody Mary’s, as well as a full breakfast buffet.”

Primebar and Townhouse Kitchen 

 

2520 Cedar Springs Rd. (Primebar), 13270 Dallas Parkway (Townhouse) 

 

“Primebar and Townhouse Kitchen + Bar are looking head to March and are ready for St. Patrick’s Day! Kick off your celebration with weeklong specials Monday, March 11th – Sunday, March 17th. Primebar and Townhouse will be offering all-day $5 Guinness drafts, Irish Car Bombs and Corned Beef Sliders.”

 

 

Sundown at the Granada (After Party) 

 

 

 

 

3520 Greenville Ave. 

“The after party starts with Sundown at Granada. We are turning the Sundown parking lot and our rooftop patio into one huge party. The party runs from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

First, join us in our parking lot. Stop walking and hang out with us. It’s just a $10 cover. We’ll take care of everything including:

  • Comfy couches
  • Fantastic food (we’ll be serving brisket and veggie tacos along with brisket sandwiches)
  • Bars
  • Porta potties
  • An ATM machine
  • A D.J. spinning some great music
  • Phone charging station”

 

Warwick Melrose 

 

3015 Oak Lawn Ave., (214) 521-5151 

 

“Try your luck with three distinctly different St. Patrick’s Day cocktails. Sip into an Irish Manhattan made with Jameson Irish Whiskey and Sweet Vermouth or a Flying Shamrock, made with white crème de cacao, vodka and green crème de menthe. Or “nip” into The Library to try the cool green treat, Patty’s Punch, consisting of Malibu coconut rum, Midori melon liqueur, pineapple juice and whipped cream. The Irish spirit doesn’t stop there, however, with traditionally prepared Corned Beef and Cabbage (braised cabbage, baby potatoes and heirloom carrots) and Shepard’s Pie available exclusively for the month of March (priced at $12 each.)

In addition to offering three Irish-inspired cocktails during the entire month of March, the Landmark restaurant at the Warwick Melrose Hotel is offering a delectable St. Patrick’s Day brunch that includes green eggs and ham and an Irish Benedict (complete with a green poached egg). Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (ADULTS 29.95, CHILDREN 18.00, For reservations 214.224.3152)”