Instead of dropping green food coloring in your beer on St. Patty’s, leave the festive-ness to the pros and check out these Valley dining deals and specials for the holiday (March 17).
St. Patrick’s Day at CENTRO at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia will feature beer flights and Irish-inspired dishes. Enjoy Shepherd’s Pie, corned beef and cabbage and, for dessert, a Bailey’s Irish Cream torte with kiwi sauce and fresh berries.
Enjoy a meal of corned beef, Irish potatoes, a quarter of cabbage, rye bread and butter all for $11 at Miracle Mile Deli. Feel like getting it catered for your family or party that day? They will do that too and package it family style for the same price per person. For catering only, order by 2 p.m. on March 16 if they want to pick it up on St. Patrick’s Day.
All month long, Hopdoddy Burger Bar dishes up a Green Eggs & Ham Burger, featuring a beef patty, prosciutto, fried egg, manchego cheese, salsa verde, onion, tomato and arugula on a fresh-out-of-the-oven egg bun.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Topgolf from Saturday, March 12 through Thursday March 17. TopGolf will have $3 Coors Light Green Drafts, $3.50 Bud Light, Budweiser and Michelob Ultra Bottles and $18 buckets. On St. Patrick’s Day, there will be live music and St. Patrick’s Day prizes.
Phoenix City Grille’s St. Patrick’s Day specials include Dijon-glazed corned beef brisket with scalloped cabbage and rosemary potatoes as well as offer black and tans featuring Guinness and Four Peaks 8th Street Ale for $4 each. Available on March 17 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
At Luci’s Healthy Marketplace, enjoy spinach pancakes–two fluffy buttermilk pancakes with fresh spinach blended in. They come served with a slice of bacon. These are available all day on St. Patrick’s Day.
Sandbar Chandler and Sandbar Desert Ridge will have $3 green beers, $5 Shamrock-aritas, $6 Irish Car Bombs, Corned Beef and Cabbage tacos (three for $10), and live bands and DJ’s starting at 5 p.m. on St. Patrick’s Day.
On March 17, Padre Murphy’s will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day for it’s 23rd year with a day of live music, green drinks and Irish fare under
the big top. Doors open, and the green drinks start flowing, at 10 a.m., along with the traditional corned beef and cabbage, leprechauns, and a full lineup of live music. $10 cover charge after 4 p.m.
On Saturday, March 19, Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill will host a head-shaving fundraiser benefiting the St. Baldrick’s foundation to raise money for child cancer patients. St. Baldrick’s is a childhood cancer organization that funds the most promising research to help find cures for kids with cancer. Their head shaving fundraiser is a lighthearted way to bring awareness to a very common and serious issue. People can also stop by Thirsty Lion in Tempe or Scottsdale to make a donation or shave their head on Friday, March 19 from 1 to 5 p.m. While people partake in the fundraiser activities, they can enjoy Thirsty Lion’s special St. Paddy’s Day menu. People can raise money and dine on delicious St. Patrick’s food favorites such as bacon cheddar potato cakes, Rueben pizza or Irish lamb burgers.
On March 16 and 17, enjoy Bluewater Grill’s Guinness beer-battered fish and chips, served with a pint of Guinness, for $15.95 for lunch and $17.95 for dinner. Pints of Guinness are $5 and Bluewater Irish Coffees are $3 all day long on both days.
With celebrations planned throughout the day and a chance to win a trip for two to Ireland, McFadden’s at Westgate Entertainment District is the place to be this St. Patrick’s Day. One lucky guest will get the chance to win a trip for two to Ireland. To enter, you must purchase a $10 “Passport” at McFadden’s Glendale that will be your ticket throughout the night. Follow the instructions on how to earn enough stamps to win. In addition, guests will enjoy an Irish brunch buffet, live music, Irish drinking games and a ton of green beer and drink specials.
From March 7-20, Sprinkles Cupcakes will be featuring an Irish chocolate cupcake, with a Belgium dark chocolate cake and Baileys Irish Cream cheese frosting. And on March 17, Sprinkles Cupcakes is dying their traditional red velvet cupcake green for the holiday.
This St. Patrick’s Day, celebrate at Yard House with a special menu and cocktails March 14-20. Dishes include corned beef brisket braised in beer with boiled red potatoes and cabbage; Shepherd’s Pie featuring Guinness-stewed beef sirloin with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and root vegetables baked beneath a puff pastry dome; and grilled corned beef sandwich with melted Swiss cheese on garlic French bread and served with French fries.
From March 16-17, Paul Martin’s American Grill will be serving a St. Patrick’s special of corned beef and cabbage. Available for $25, the traditional dish features braised corned beef, served with cabbage, baby carrots and red potatoes. Pair with with an Irish Whiskey.
Come enjoy a pot of gold at The Melting Pot during their St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold Celebration, March 17-20. The Melting Pot will be serving up delicious fondue at a discounted price: groups of four or more who order four courses of fondue will receive 25 percent off of their bill.
Scottsdale’s most creative breakfast and bar destination, The Hash Kitchen, will be offering themed St. Patrick’s Day entrees for the entire month of March. Specials include Luck of the Irish Doughnuts and Lucky Charm French Toast.
Executive Chef Tomaso Maggiore of Tomaso’s Italian Restaurant in the Biltmore Neighborhood is celebrating the Irish Catholic holiday by adding a colorful twist to his signature pasta entrées. Festive dishes include Mint Tagliatelle with Lamb and Spring Pea Ragu and Osso Buco with Spinach-Infused Papardelle Veal Sugo and Hazelnuts.
Tilted Kilt in Tempe celebrates this annual tradition both inside the pub and in the parking lot. There will be food, drinks, live music, bagpipes and giveaways from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. While there, people can sample some items from their limited-time Irish Hooley menu. The menu includes Slow-Roasted Corned Beef and Cabbage, Scotch Eggs and Corned Beef Hash. The Irish Hooley drink menu includes green beer, Irish Car Bombs and the Lucky Kiss shot made with Jameson Irish Whiskey, Malibu Rum, Midori and pineapple juice. A portion of the proceeds that day will benefit the Tempe Diablo charity.
The Scottsdale League for the Arts is going green with Fate of the Irish on Thursday, March 17 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. This event will be a happy hour-style celebration embracing the traditions of St. Patrick’s Day at Fate Brewing Company South with lots of beer, contests and Irish swag. Admission is $25 and includes two drinks, delicious hor d’oeuvers, one raffle ticket, event swag, two tickets to the Scottsdale Culinary Festival and chances to win tickets to other events. Guests can also test their fate on the spin-wheel or by participating in the 50/50 raffle for their chance to win other great prizes.
Chompie’s is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on Thursday, March 17 with an all-you-can-eat corned beef and cabbage dinner for $21.99. The New York-style deli also tips its hat to the Irish with specialty items like Leprechaun cupcakes, green and white cookies, green beer and green bagels. The dinner includes corned beef, cabbage, boiled red potatoes and fresh-baked Irish soda bread for $21.99 per person and is for dine-in only. A single-serve option is also available for $18.99 per person and is available for both dine-in and take-out.
Red’s Bar & Grill at The Wigwam is stretching its celebration of all things Irish into a three-day “Paddy-O-Party” (6 to 9 p.m., Thursday, March 17 and Friday, March 18; 4 to 7 p.m., Saturday, March 19) complete with whisky tastings, $4 beer deals, $10 food specials and plenty of action-packed patio games.
Most of the dining outlets at Casino Arizona and Talking Stick Resort will be celebrating with festive menus on St. Patrick’s Day. The two venues are offering an array of menu options and drink specials that will satisfy all palates–whether casual or fine dining–on March 17.