Test Your Luck this St. Patrick’s Day
March 5, 2021 | What To Do
Don't worry, be hoppy! Parades might be a no-go this year but that doesn't mean you have to put your St. Patrick's Day celebration on hold. Check out these St. Patrick's Day specials and events.
First and South - Greenport
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The cozy American bistro, First and South, will be taking reservations for their St. Patrick's Day celebration held on March 17. Enjoy beats mixed across generations of Irish Americans and historical footage of the world's best St. Patrick's Day parades live streamed from DJ Henryeau alongside Irish food and drinks from 12-8 PM. Sláinte!
Winter Beer Fest - Riverhead
Continue your celebrations into the weekend at the Long Island Aquarium for their Winter Beer Fest! Enjoy live music accompanied by local beer flights from Long Ireland, North Fork, Moustache, Twin Forks, Westhampton Beach, and Greenport Breweries. Tickets cost $25 and grants you admission and your beer flight. Food is a la carte and can be purchased on site. If beer isn’t your thing no worries, a full bar will be also available. Click here to get tickets.
Ben's Kosher Deli- All locations
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If you're in the mood for a traditional St. Patty's cuisine visit Ben's Kosher Deli. The New York City-inspired and founded deli will be offering St. Patrick Day specials available for dine-in and takeout. Enjoy the nostalgic cozy vibes of the deli from their dining room and nosh on combos including a bottomless fountain drink, all-you-can-eat fresh-cut coleslaw, crunchy pickles. And a corned beef, cabbage, and potato platter. Those bringing the celebration home can take advantage of their takeout specials. Click here to see the full menu they'll be featuring.
Carney's Irish Pub & Restaurant- Amityville
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If you can't go to Ireland, visit Carney's Irish Pub & Restaurant to get your Irish food fix in. Found in the heart of Amityville the pub offers traditional Irish breakfast classics such as corned beef benedict, rasher breakfast sandwich, and corned beef hash and eggs to name a few. If you can't make it in for breakfast join them for lunch starting at noon. Rumor has it their Irish egg rolls are a must-try, don't forget to add a pint for the full experience! Visit their website to view the full menu.