Monday, March 9, 2015

St. Patty's Day Recipes

St. Patrick's Day is next week Tuesday, which means a lot of local places are starting their celebrations the weekend before. Some are even running them for the whole month! I pulled together a list of events that I found this weekend for Waukesha - looks like there is going to be a lot of fun going on.

Happenings - The 'Pot of Gold Treasure Hunt' all over town sounds very fun!

Clarke Irish Restaurant - All the time!
They haven't released their special yet, but the menu is already Irish

Good Harvest Market - I'm sure they will have yummies in their deli, but I already saw that Cabbage is on sale!  

Generations at 5 Points - As a nod to St. Paddy's Day we have Shepherd's Pie all month!! Here is a link to the full March Tapas menu

Pat's Rib Place - Smoked Corned Beef available!

Simply Irresistible Catering - Now thru 3/16/15
Leave it to the professional and pre-order your St. Patrick's Day meal.
   "For St. Patrick's Day I am doing Corned Beef and Cabbage, Guinness Beef Shepherd's Pie; and Irish Sausage Rolls (Sausage Rolled in Puff Pastry with HP Sauce) Orders need to be in by 5 pm Friday, March 13 and pickup is late afternoon on Monday, March 16. 

Boscos Social Club - 3/13-3/17/15

The Blue Ribbon - 3/13/15

People's Park - 3/17/15

Lucky Rabbit - 3/14/15

House of Guinness - 3/17/15

Rochester Deli & Periwinkle Bakery - 3/17/15

Bernie's Tap Room - 3/17/15

Nice Ash - 3/17/15
Come meet the Two Gingers "ladies" St Pat's night from 7-9 pm. We'll have tee shirts, beads, hats and other goodies for our favorites.

Fixture Brewing Co. - 3/17/15
Hannon's - 3/17/15

Tally's Tap & Eatery

The Neighbors Bar & Grille - An Irish Feast

MC's Sports Bar 
Join us Tuesday, March 17. We will be open at 11 AM. Corn beef and cabbage specials all day. Serving food till 10 PM. Enjoy green beer and Irish specials all day! KEITH PULVERMACHER Will be playing 7pm-11pm Join us for our annual bash, it's always fabulous!
(sorry, we will not be doing any Tuesday specials or wings this day)

Martha Merrill's Books
I will not be around this weekend as I am heading north to Shawano for a big St. Patty's Day celebration with friends. There will be a parade, music, drinks and lots and lots to eat. Everyone was asked to bring a dish to share. I originally was going to make festive green rice krispie treats, but another treat was asked of me - Chocolate Guinness Whoopie Pies with Bailey's buttercream filling. I think I might just have to take a stab at those.

Other favorite treats that I have made in the past include Lucky Charms Treats, Irish Car Bomb Cupcakes and Guinness Beef Stew. The cupcakes and stew are huge hits with my friends - I served an Irish Soda bread on the side one year as well.. I'm not sure I'll get around to making either of those this year, but maybe I can - depending on how tired I am from the weekend.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! I am so glad to get these St. Patty's Day Recipes! I’ll definitely try this out. Well, I just got the invitation for a cocktail party at event space Chicago. I have never visited any party at so I am really exhilarated for that!