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St. Paddy’s Day in the CD

  • CD Sponsor Bottleneck offers up Guinness-braised corned beef, served on marbled rye accompanied by the requisite cabbage and Smithwick’s Irish Ale
  • If you want to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with your little ones, head over to Madrona Eatery & Ale House and split the Green Pizza
  • Another family friendly place to take your kids is CD Sponsor All Purpose Pizza – where Guinness is available by the bottle
  • Twilight Exit (also a CD Sponsor) offers Guinness on tap and $6 Jameson’s shots
  • Have you tried the Field Roast Smoked Apple Sage Pig in a Blanket at CD Sponsor Central Cinema?  If not, try one tonight even if you’re not vegan (5 stars out of 5 from this former sweet breads fan).  For an offbeat evening, try the improv from Blood Squad tonight – as a preview to the so-horribly-bad-it’s-good Leprechaun ($7 tickets)
  • For a splurgy evening, head to Licorous – where $40 will buy you five green wines (i.e. organic and biodynamic wines) and accompanying bites
  • If you’re looking for a more low-key way to spend your time, keep in mind that CD Sponsor Cortona Cafe just recently began serving beer – and they offer an Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout – you just might like it better than Guinness

0 thoughts on “St. Paddy’s Day in the CD

  1. $6 for a shot of Jameson? What the hell kind of deal is that? How much does Twilight Exit usually charge for a shot? Thank Eyre for flasks!

  2. You’re right $6 shot of Jameson is not a super deal. As far a I knew The Twilight Exit wasn’t running any St. Patrick’s Day special because we’re not an Irish bar. We don’t know any leprechauns. And, we have nothing against Pagans. FYI a nice big shot of Jameson is usually $6.50.