ST. PATrick’s Menu
Mon 3/2–Sun 3/22
Corned Beef and CabbaGE
A brisket of beef simmered for hours in a broth of
Irish ale and spices, served with boiled potatoes,
cabbage, and carrots with fresh house made Irish
soda bread. 12.99
Guinness Beef Stew
That’s right, Irelands biggest and best export Guinness,
serves as the broth for a hearty meal of tender beef,
carrots, onions, celery, Yukon gold potatoes and fresh
house made Irish soda bread. 11.99
Brisket Rueben Sandwich
Hand carved corned beef brisket on grilled rye
topped with a house made ale infused mustard served
with steak fries and a green pickle. 10.79
A casserole of ground beef, onions, carrots, peas
and corn topped with whipped potatoes. Served
with Irish soda bread. 11.99
Irish Whiskey Apple Crisp
Baked apples, brown sugar, and spices topped
with a crispy and crunchy oatmeal topping
served with an Irish whiskey infused whipped
House Made Irish Cream
Served in a snifter on ice. 7
Made with house made Irish cream, Rumchata,
Crème de menthe, Vanilla Vodka, and garnished
with Hershey’s chocolate kiss and half green sugar rim.
Real Irish on Draught
The big Green beer! Only available on St. patricks day 3/17
Guinness Stout- Do we really have to describe it to you?
Harpoon Celtic Irish Red- It’s Irish, it’s red, it’s from Boston.
Car Bombs- Guinness, House-made Irish cream and Whiskey
BotTLEs & Cans
Magners Cider - Republic Of Irelands go to Cider. Best served over Ice!
Belhaven Scottish Ale - Classic characteristics of malty and nutty avors.
Boddingtons Pub Ale - Creamy, malty, and slightly sweet avor nishing with
clean and pleasant aftertaste.