We love that, this year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday, which means there’s no excuse not to celebrate! The Irish are known for the affinity for their dark lagers and stouts and Feed Your Soul is set to pay homage to that heritage. The online retailer, which specializes in cookies, brownies and other baked goods, is set to […]Read more ›
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Beers, whiskies, all green everything…these are a few of the things that make St. Patrick’s Day great. Not to mention celebrating Irish culture! And with all the drinking involved with this holiday, it’s only natural to soak it up with some delicious treats. We know of a few in NYC that’ll make you feel lucky even if you aren’t Irish. […]Read more ›
Well, it has arrived. The one day of the year when it is totally acceptable (for the most part) to get dressed up as a leprechaun and drink so much that you won’t be able to see straight. When the Guinness flows like a river and the Jameson shots never end. When the Irish rule the world and shamrocks are […]Read more ›
Forget green beer — it’s all about the cocktails for St. Patrick’s Day! Whether it’s made with some good ol’ Irish whiskey, leprechaun gold, or just a little luck, you’ll find something to enjoy on this list. These cocktails will have your friends erin go braghing about your mixology skills! The Irish Way (Courtesy of Eben Klemm, W Downtown) 2 cups […]Read more ›
St. Patty’s Day is finally right around the corner! If you aren’t a big whiskey drinker, we’ve got you covered with the greenest and luckiest cocktails around to have you celebrating like a leprechaun this holiday. Now hop to it! Shamrock Kir (Courtesy of Benjamin Steakhouse) Champagne 1/2 oz. Apple Pucker Add ½ oz. of Apple pucker to a champagne […]Read more ›
As you should know by now (if you don’t, we are judging you), St. Patrick’s Day is really just an excuse to drink like a true Irish lad (i.e. a lot). Okay, so maybe in theory it is actually a day that commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, as well as a celebration of Irish culture […]Read more ›