Earlier this week we went over Irish pub parties, dinners, etc. occurring this Thursday in honor of that patron saint of bad bar behavior, Patrick.
But wait, there’s more! I’ve got four additional options for your drinking consideration. Behold:
The Bottleneck Lounge has Guinness and Harp lager on tap this Thursday, March 17, and will be serving its customary corned beef on rye with cabbage. A second special for the day: a soft pretzel doused in Irish cheddar cheese and flanked with two types of mustard. Doors open at 4pm.
Pike Brewing in the Pike Place Market will be serving $3.50 pints of its Kilt Lifter scotch ale (delicious) all day long; the corned beef and cabbage special is yours for $14.95.
There are plenty o’food and drink specials at the Five Point: black and tans and snake bites are $4.50, and green beer goes for $3. Irish Car Bombs—a St. P’s must, as far as I’m concerned—are $7. At Five Point the corned beef and cabbage is only $10.50.
St Paddy’s hub Kate’s Pub in Wallingford opens at 10am Thursday, there’s a $5 cover charge starting at 5pm.