4. St. Patrick’s Day Drink and Food Offerings
Image courtesy Lillie’s Victorian Establishment (Union Square)
Camping out at a bar is a pretty safe way to ensure you’ll have a good time on St. Patricks Day. But with so many options to choose from, it may be difficult to narrow down your options. Celtic Developers Group, however, is providing special offerings at a number of New York City establishments. Kick back a pint of Guinness and enjoy some Irish fare at Papillon Bistro & Bar, located on 22 East 54th Street in Midtown — conveniently located two blocks away from the St. Patrick’s Day parade — Lillie’s Victorian Establishment on 249 West 49th Street in Times Square and 13 East 17th Street in Union Square, and Oscar Wilde, on 45 West 27th Street in NoMad.
What’s on the menu? Papillon Bistro & Bar will offer seven Irish entrées, including Shepherd’s Pie, Corned Beef Sliders and more; if the crowd get too big, it will also set up an intimate tasting room, where an exclusive selection of Irish Whiskeys will be offered. At Oscar Wilde, New York City’s longest bar, which also serves as a nod to the Irish playwright, find over 300 whiskeys and 32 beers on tap, alongside signature dishes like Irish Lamb Stew and Corned Beef and Cabbage. Lillie’s Victorian Establishment will also be offering similar eats, as well as $15 Guinness and a shot of Jameson. Of course, this is just a tiny sampling of all the deals that will be available.