Erin Go Bragh
March 17, 2011 by USA Post
Erin Go Bragh, Most places most familiar to East Cobb for special events are obviously setting up for the festivities of St. Patrick’s Day all day today, so here’s quick summary of where you can go party with live:
O’Shaughnessy’s Bar & Grill – Located at 4401 Shallowford Road (near the intersection of Johnson Ferry), the favorite pub East Cobb is a natural starting point for gathering a local St. Patrick. In addition to their full menu of pub, corned beef and cabbage is on the menu item. Open for lunch and dinner late, up to 2 hours
Chicago Steak and seafood – also located in the O’Shaughnessy Center Shallowford Shopping in Chicago tonight will be a menu full Irish, with corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and carrots, topped with the green beer and polished off with some Boston Cream Pie and Jameson.
Rose and Crown Tavern – Well, this is a British-style pub, but this new Powers Ferry Road is now haunt Ireland for St. Patrick’s Day with special food and drinks throughout the day. NCAA Basketball is also underway, and live music begins at 3:00 p.m.
Wild Wing Cafe – Located at Roswell Road Wild Wing has become a hub of special events in East Cobb. Tonight’s game St. Patrick features Border Collies, who call themselves the best Irish band Atlanta. The restaurant will have specials on Guinness, Smithwicks and Harp and Irish car bombs and Irish cuisine.
Tilted Kilt Cumberland – This restaurant and meeting place that specializes in Irish food all day, and features a special celebration at St. Patrick’s Day with music that will last until the wee hours of Wednesday. He also presented a “St. Baldrick’s Day” fundraiser on Wednesday for research against cancer. Located in the old Bennigan place at 2960 Cobb Parkway, just south of Akers Mill Road.
As a person who leaves traces of my lineage to Ireland, St. Patrick has a special place in our family traditions. But in addition to the corned beef and cabbage (an Irish American tradition) and Guinness, the Irish have given us many lawyers from other gifts. So while you’re grilling your green beer or eat your bread soda, do not forget to thank the Irish and their ancestors for loans of some concepts in our great American legal system. Erin Go Bragh!
Brehon laws were a system of laws created by the Gaelic peoples dating back to before St. Patrick (5th century) and lasted until the 17th century. Brehon represented the term used to judge or lawyer that arbitration issues. Laws with legal rules and policies, and even the king were obliged to follow. Some legal concepts we can tip our hat to the Irish for:
Inherent rights: Laws were a set of specific rules, passed down from generation to generation, which covered almost all aspects of life apart from many a person in life. Even before the Magna Carta in England, the Celtic peoples lived with a set of inherent rights and limits on power.
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