Shepherd’s Pie: St. Paddy’s Day

March 17, 2011 by staff 

Shepherd’s Pie, Tacoma’s hottest destinations Day three green beer, O’Malley, Doyle and Paddy Coyne will again be off the chain this year. More than a few tons of green beer cheap, Guinness, Black and Tans, Irish Car Bombs and Jameson will be consumed in the South Sound. Besides the beer gardens, live music, gifts, prizes and hilarity, some tasty grub can be done. Here’s a cheat sheet to decipher the menus St. Paddy’s Day special with strange sounding dishes offered on the site that may or may not have anything to do with Ireland.

Soda Bread: round loaf of baking soda instead of yeast.
Bangers and mash, potatoes sausages and mash.
Colcannon: potatoes or kale and mashed potatoes.
Field: potatoes and onions.
Shepherd’s pie: ground beef layered casserole, chopped carrot, onion, green beans or corn topped with mashed potatoes.
Irish stew: the same basic ingredients as shepherd’s pie, but in a different form and with barley and parsley to the occasion.
Blood sausage: sausage made of pork blood, filling spice oatmeal and salt.
corned beef and cabbage: roast beef with pickled vegetables and cabbage often.
O’Malley on Sixth Avenue support the local farming community by using pork sausage from farms Orting’s Crying Rock bangers and mash. Organic local produce is used wherever possible in the pub, Pat Mawhinney. Corned beef and cabbage is made with certified Angus beef. Irish stew, shepherd’s pie and clam chowder in the Northwest are made from scratch. Dick Ale Brewery craft a signature O’Malley’s Irish. This beer is what makes the fish paste and hand-dipped chips so good. The St. Patrick’s Day, music by the Fun Police, DB & wrestling and Seamus and Susan begins to 17 hours

Dining menus both Doyle and Paddy Coyne regular fares Irish inspiration. Both sites have added traditional corned beef and cabbage.

Doyle’s Public House in Tacoma’s Stadium District has the distinction of being the number one Irish Jameson Whiskey Bar in the Pacific Northwest, and was voted one of Esquire’s best bars in America. The site of self-proclaimed Washington biggest celebration of St Patrick’s Day, Doyle’s has a beer garden outdoors in a huge tent-like revival of live music, shenanigans and noisy mirth. Chow down on soda bread is baked for Doyle to own Tacoma Corina. Doyle is open to 6 hours for pubs and Irish breakfast. Music doxology, the Paperboys, and Jack begins to Shillelagh 15 hours

Bottom of the hill on Pacific Avenue Doyle, Paddy Coyne opens at 9 am and will also be a beer garden. The boys of Greenwood Glen will provide music.

Coincidentally, the Pierce County Fire Pipes and Drums will perform at two locations on St. Patrick.

O’Blarney Irish Pub in Olympia and offers traditional Reuben sandwich of corned beef, corned beef and cabbage and Irish stew. Grub on savory pastries filled with meat, homemade chicken potpie crust from scratch, pie, soda bread and steaks finished with Irish whiskey sauce. On the big day, enjoy live entertainment by Torn Jackets, Olympia Highlanders Bagpipe and Drum and Comerford School of Irish Dancing 10:00 to 1:00 also expect Guinness, Jameson Irish whiskey and green beer special.

Beef stew and Guinness, corned beef and cabbage, hamburgers and other food promotions Irish and U.S. will be served at the Pub and Grill in DuPont McNamara. The beer garden will be open outdoor 05.09 pm, with live Irish music, rock and alternative Jug of Punch, Yurt: and AK Entertainment.

You want an exit smarter than the evening when the beer runs green? Belfast, Ireland, home of chef Charlie McMa**s of Primo Grill at Sixth and Pine South prepares lamb shank braised in Guinness, grilled salmon on field, black pudding, mushroom risotto, grilled lamb chops with Colcannon and sticky pudding Caramel.

Varsity Grill in downtown Tacoma will serve traditional firecrackers and puree with house-cured sauerkraut and creamy Guinness. GRUV night and sitting on Sixth Avenue offers traditional corned beef and cabbage with red potatoes and Guinness battered fish and chips. Shamrock plans lime Jell-O and 1 are, rum and creme de menthe make your head spin. Kyle Wnuk Annex Dirty Oscar on Sixth Avenue is a rack of lamb-grilled medium with mashed Yukon gold puree of peas with mint and rosemary demi-glace.

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