cornedbeef

Yum?

We Irish (or vaguely Irish Americans, as the case may be) aren’t known for our culinary talents, but our nostalgia is legendary. That’s why we insist on eating corned beef and cabbage every year on St Patty’s. Some things are sacred.

Here are eight venues for getting the yearly fix. Happy St. Patty’s.

1. Never one to miss an opportunity for a holiday special, Pike Brewing has slow-roasted malt syrup-glazed corned beef and cabbage for $15.95 today.

2. Over in the U-District, ridiculously named Finn Maccool’s has cb&c for $10.95. They always run out, so get on over there.

3. When I called Owl and Thistle this morning it was clear from the shouts and laughter in the background that the party had already started. The bar has a limited menu today, cb&c is on it and it costs $10.50.

4-7. If you prefer your cb&c without a side of mayhem, head to McCormick and Schmick’s —it will be served in Bellevue and at both Seattle locations for $12.95, all day long.

8. Finally, Fado in Pioneer Square has it for $14.

Whilst you’re in the Irish spirit, don’t miss the all-day party at Kell’s. Good times to be had.