Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Leap through a Week of St. Pat’s Fun and Frolics

Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar in Virginia-Highland hosts a free, shamrockin’ St. Pat’s family cookie decorating party from 5-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Mar. 15. Bedazzle shamrock-shaped sugar cookies with a variety of candies (and save for Thursday’s lunchbox if the young leprechaun’s tuck-in time is approaching).
Even luckier are Irish eyes smiling over Atkins Park‘s special St. Pat’s menu, offered all day Mar. 17, for they’ll gleam over dishes of corned beef and cabbage glazed with stout mustard, new potatoes, roasted carrots and Irish soda bread ($14); bangers and mash featuring Guinness-braised sausage, mashed potatoes, caramelized onions and stout mustard ($12); braised lamb shank with mashed potatoes and vegetables topped with brown gravy ($16); and decadent bread pudding with white and dark chocolate Baileys crème anglaise ($5).
Save some of that pot o’ gold by partaking in complimentary corned beef and cabbage along with Irish shooters at Johnny’s Hideaway on Thursday, Mar. 16. Tis a night for wearing o’ the dancing slippers -- downing a few shooters will loosen up those dance floor jigs. 
On Mar. 17, follow the rainbow to plenty o’ $5 green beer and $16 corned beef and cabbage specials for hungry leprechauns at HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern. Tap toes to live and lively music by James Patrick Morgan from 9 p.m. until midnight. The really big shindig, HOBNOB’s St. Patrick’s Day party, hops to at 10 p.m. offering all-you-can-drink beer and all-you-can-eat pizza. Fork over $39 per person in advance or dig up $59 at the door.

Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style at Ormsby’s. You don’t want to miss out on Chef Nick Anderson’s St. Paddy’s specials including Shepherd’s Pie and corned beef & cabbage with a Guinness mustard jus. Sip on their signature Irish car bomb or keep it classic with a Jameson, a Glendalaugh Whiskey or an Ormsby’s favorite, Paddy’s Irish Whiskey. Come for the food but stay for the games. Voted as Atlanta’s “Best Bar with Games,” what better place to celebrate with some friendly competition. 

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