|Mulleady's Pub in Seattle|
FOOD & DRINKWhile most Irish restaurants and pubs in the greater Seattle area do well all year long, St. Patrick’s Day week is like Christmas for them. And don’t feel left out if you don’t have an Irish heritage – they would love to have you!
Celebrate the holiday with a traditional meal, fish and chips or go crazy by trying out something totally new to go along with your green beer. Paddy Coynes on Pier 70 creates a cinnamon and clove braised corned beef that is then sautéed in garlic. The dish is served with red potatoes, green cabbage, kale and a side of house-made sweet mustard sauce. T.S. McHugh’s serves up traditional soda bread alongside modern favorites, but we suggest trying the Ploughman’s Platter (banger sausage with wedges or Irish and English cheeses), a pot pie or the All Irish Reuben sandwich which is stuffed with thinly-sliced corned beef and topped with sauerkraut and Swiss cheese on light rye. Then, the sandwich is grilled and served with their own Ballymaloe sauce. All three Shawn O’Donnells locations prepare a family recipe of corned beef and cabbage that has been handed down for generations where the beef is cooked in Guinness beer and is served with Irish Champ Potatoes.
|The Blarney Stone|
1416 1st Ave., Seattle WA 98101 - (206) 448-8439
2801 Alaskan Way #103, Seattle, WA 98121 - (206) 737-8891
T.S. McHugh's Irish Pub & Restaurant
21 Mercer St., Seattle, WA 98109 - (206)282-1910
Smith Tower, 508 2nd Ave., Seattle, WA 98104 - (206) 602-6380
3601 Fremont Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103 – (206) 420-3656
122 128th St. SE, Everett, WA 98208 – (425) 338-5700
3055 21st Ave W., Seattle, WA 98199 - (206) 283-8843