Where Are You Spending St. Patrick's Day?
Check out our list of drink and dinner specials at area bars and restaurants this weekend—and tell us what we missed.
Wondering where to go for St. Patrick's Day fun? From traditional Irish dishes, to traditional Irish beers, there's plenty of ways to enjoy the holiday around South Jersey.
We've tried to make it easier for you by putting together a list of some of the area's most popular bars and restaurants and their drink and dinner specials this weekend.
Did we miss one of your favorite places? Tell us in the comments below and share their specials if you know them.
Drink specials for Sunday
- $3.75 Killian's bottles
- $3.75 Guinness pints
- $7.50 Nutty Irishman martini (Bailey's, Frangelico, Godiva White Chocolate liqueur)
Dinner specials for Sunday
- Corned beef and cabbage
- Ham and cabbage
- Irish lamb stew
- Homemade glumpkies (cabbage stuffed with rice, ground beef and herbs)
- Shepherd's pie soup
The party starts at 9 p.m. Saturday at Cinnaminson's most popular St. Paddy's Day bar (according to our 2012 Reader's Choice poll), with $2 Coors Light and Miller Lite (an all-day, every-day special), as well as a corned beef dinner for $9.95 and Guinness-braised beef Irish stew, also for $9.95.
The popular pub will also be giving away prizes, beads and more throughout the night.
Curran's, 5 W. Broad St., Palmyra
Drink specials for Saturday
- $4 Harp, $4 Smithwick's
- $6 Shamrocktinis
- $2 Coors Light drafts (12-6 p.m.); $2.75 Coors Light bottles (9-11 p.m.)
Live music by Secksy Sadie will also be offered Saturday night—no cover charge.
Specials for Sunday
- $6 ham and cabbage and a pint of Guinness (all day)
Live music by Loose Leaf Trio from 2-6 p.m.
Needless to say, if you're drinking, don't drive. Here's a handy list of local cab companies to get you (and anyone else in your clan) home safely.