From corn beef to Guiness deals, it's time to settle on your St. Patrick's Day plans.If you’re still looking for a place to celebrate one of Boston's bigger holidays, here are some great options to beat the cold and work up a bit of Irishcheer:

South Street Diner

178 Kneeland St.



March 14– March 17

The South Street Diner is offering a corned beef and cabbage special that’s truly brag-worthy. It comes with potatoes, carrots, homemade Irish soda bread and a pint of Guinness, all for only $10. Also, all beers will be under $4.


55 Huntington Ave.



Looking to go green? Haru is serving up a green tea margarita made with Patrón Silver tequila, Cointreau, sweet green tea powder and sour mix. It’s perfect for a more casual celebration.

The Tip Tap Room

138 Cambridge St.


Available March 14– March 17


Looking for a complete St. Paddy’s Day meal for under $25? Check out the Tip Tap Room’s corned duck. It includes corned beef and cabbage gnocchi, malted cabbage dust and a whiskey glaze.

The Independent

75 Union Square, Somerville



Grab a massive Irish breakfast, lamb sandwich or bangers and mash with a whiskey-laden drink to warm you up while you celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day. The Irish-themed fare starts at 11 a.m.

Lucky Strike

145 Ipswich St.


March 1– March 31


Lucky Strike is offering up an Irish beer and burger combo all month long in honor of St. Patrick's Day.Paired with a Guinness,the Irish burger is a one-third pound patty stacked with bangers and aGuinness BBQ sauce. After all,nothing says 'St. Patrick's Day' quite like burgers and bowling.

The Druid

1375 Cambridge St., Cambridge


Head to the Druid to get a taste ofIrish culture and fare in a traditional setting: the pub. Try the Irish seafood stew for a less obvious choice in cuisine, andcheck out the Irish music session on St. Patrick's Day itself this Tuesdayat 9 p.m.and every Saturdays at 4 p.m.


255 Elm St., Somerville


March 17

Food: $12-$20

Chef Dana Love dishes out a trio of traditional specials highlighting the best flavors of Ireland at this Davis Square spot. Head upstairs to Foundry on Elmto hearIrish band, Dunns River, perform from 7-11 p.m.

Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake

384 Boylston St.


March 14– March 17


Looking for something a little different? Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake is serving up a jalapeño spiked corned beef taco for an Irish take on Mexican cuisine. Made with flash fried cabbage and topped with Jameson potato salsa & parsley chimichurri, it’s sure to confound and delight your taste buds.

Hard Rock Café

22-24 Clinton St.


March 13– March 17


Head to the Hard Rock for Irish nachos ($5) and mule, made with Jameson whiskey, and listen to U2 cover bandThe Joshua Tree run through the catalogue of themost Irish band out there from 7-11 p.m. on St. Patrick’s Day.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

South Boston

March 13, 1 p.m.


There’s no more classic way to spend St. Patrick’s Day than with coffee (Irish or otherwise) and friends and family at the annual St. Patrick' Dayparade in South Boston. Visit the website for information about the official route.

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