Drink green at bars and restaurants around town
March 15-17, 2019
Establishments across the city are celebrating St. Patrick all weekend long with food and drink specials that’ll have you feeling lucky. City Tap Dupont and City Tap Penn Quarter are serving up Irish classics plus quirky offerings like French toast with Lucky Charms marshmallows and whiskey syrup.
Dirty Habit is offering “Flights to Dublin,” AKA high-end whiskey tasting flights ranging from $25-$50. Brew Republic is having kegs and eggs for breakfast--with dollar beers (price increases every hour) and a breakfast buffet to start the day.
The Alex Speakeasy is curating Irish whiskey flights (plus a full size pour of one) for $15, alongside Irish food specials. Valor Brewpub and The Ugly Mug will both offer $5 Smithwicks, $5 Harps, $7 Black & Tans, and $6 Patty’s Irish Whiskey.
Bar Deco will pour $5 green beer and fish & chips. Barrel is bringing back their Smashed Potato theme, with $5 Paddy’s, $8 Irish drafts, and food specials like green mashed potatoes. Scotts will offer $1 Irish beers and ciders to anyone named Patrick (or anyone who’s accompanying a Patrick) from 4-6pm on Sunday, followed by a traditional corned beef and cabbage for dinner ($36, no need to know a Patrick).
The G.O.A.T. is serving a breakfast buffet with green eggs, green beer & green mimosas all day. Union Pub invites guests to beat the clock and order Irish Slammers for $3 beginning at 11am, with the price going up by $1 every hour until 4pm ($8 until close).
Cost: Admission is free, food and drink prices vary.