Celebrate St Patrick's Day on March 17 with some traditional Irish recipes. Corned beef and cabbage recipes rank high on the list of Irish recipes, and it's no wonder. The grocery stores usually have corned beef brisket on sale around St Patrick's Day, and along with potatoes, cabbage, onions and carrots, it makes a very cheap and easy meal.
Duffy's Irish Pub: Since its opening in 2006, Duffy's has been a popular pre show, post show concert destination on U Street. Located near the popular 930 Club, Duffy's has traditional Irish dishes like Fish and Chips, corned beef and rice and Cabbage, Shepherd's Pie and some of the best wings in the city. It feels more like a neighborhood bar when you steps in because of the friendly staff and patrons. They have weekly specials and St. Patrick's Day special that captures the feel of the holiday.
A taste of Ireland in popular nightspot. Entertainment features local bands, DJ';s dancing and nightlife. Live music 5 nights a week. Traditional Irish Seissun every Monday night. Main Plates include: corned beef and cabbage Stew, Curry Station, Traditional Irish Breakfast, Shepherd's Pie, Beer Battered Fish and Chips and Guinness & Irish Whiskey Steak.
Violent. Dark. Gripping. That's how I like to describe St. Patty's day! Ok, so this book doesn't quite embody the holiday spirit. But I think any St. Patty's day reading list would be remiss without this pensive thriller set in the working class neighborhoods of Boston. slow cooker corned beef and cabbage author Dennis Lehane certainly captures a slice of modern Irish-American life at its grittiest.
Ireland's nickname is "the Emerald Isle" because, like the gem from which it derives its name, Ireland is quite green. Ireland is mostly made up of grassy meadows and gorgeous hills. A visitor in Ireland may also stumble upon beautiful cliffs, mountains, and beaches.
It may not be St. Patrick's Day yet, but that does not mean that you cannot enjoy a nice dinner of slow slow cooker corned beef and cabbage and cabbage. The best part of this dish is that you can have it for dinner, and the next day the leftovers can be made into sandwiches for lunch.
The food was delicious. There was a great choice between healthy nutritious food and treat type items. Food was available 6 times a day and everyone agreed that it was all fabulous. However it was definitely designed more towards children, with options such as nachos, hot dogs, hamburgers, pizzas etc. As far as the adults were concerned there was only one meal of slow cooker slow cooker corned beef and cabbage, vegetables and mustard sauce that could really be classed as "adult type" food. However it didn't matter as there was always lots of salad and vegetables available and all the food was home made and tasty.
Although it's not a traditional Irish meal, corned beef brisket and cabbage has become an integral part of Irish-American culture and it's often the center of the the St. Patrick's Day holiday dinner table.
The third annual St. Paddy's Beer Tent out back features live Irish music and dance all day and night. There will be a fundraiser for Baldrick's going on, so you can get you head shaved for a great cause. Free admission until 6:00 pm. After 6:00 pm the admission is $10 per person.