This is the day that never ends, it just goes on and on my friends
Two days to St. Patrick's Day, officially. But it seems like it's been going on for weeks and will never end.
Below, the food specials I've heard about.
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13.5% -- Non-traditional menu specials include a housemade choucroute platter with corned beef, sausages, smoked turkey, and sauerkraut; herb dumpling and lamb stew; and Guinness + chocolate cake.
Captain Larry's -- open for lunch at 11:30 a.m., serving corned beef & cabbage, shepherd's pie, Irish soda bread and Shillelagh cupcakes.
Mt. Washington Tavern -- Corned beef and cabbage on the Tavern menu. Customers can earn $10 in "Tavern bucks" when they find a four-leaf clover on a bottle of selected beers.
Rams Head Tavern Annapolis -- tent party opening at 2pm $.50 Guinness draft beers from 2pm-3pm, reduced drink specials, green beer, St. Patrick’s Day decorations and giveaways, featuring live music. Extensive St. Patrick's Day menu features bangers and mash, corned beef and cabbage, fish & chips and Dublin coddle.
Rams Head Roadhouse -- tent party opening at 2pm. $.50 Guinness draft beers from 2pm-3pm, reduced drink specials, green beer, St. Patrick’s Day decorations and giveaways, featuring live music. Menu features corned beef and cabbage, champ salmon and bangers and mash.
Rams Head Shore House -- $.50 Guinness draft beers from 2pm-3pm, reduced drink specials, green beer, St. Patrick’s Day decorations and giveaways, featuring live music. Menu features corned beef with cabbage, seared salmon with raisin and caper butter, and braised lamb chops with root vegetbles.
Ryleigh's Oyster -- An Irish menu -- Guinness stew, corned beef and cabbage, bangers and mash -- debuts beginning March 11. Ryleigh's will open at 8 a.m. for brunch on March 17, with the cost of a Guinness draft starting at 25 cents and rising by the hour, topping off at $4 at 4 p.m.
Slainte will be donating $1 for every pint of Guinness they sell to the American Red Cross to aid victims of the tsunami in Japan. Not food related, but worth knowing about.
Victoria Gastro Pub -- On the menu -- Smoked salmon; lamb, Jameson and barley stew, beef shortrib & Guinness pie; and Smithwick's braised corned beef and cabbage.
Baltimore Sun photo/Amy Davis