St. Patrick’s Day
Serve your shepherd’s pie with some cabbage rolls as a side. These cabbage rolls feature many of the same ingredients as the pie (making it easy on your prep time), but with the addition of tangy goat cheese, you’ll hardly even notice! These two dishes offer some unique twists on classic favorites, perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day dinner for two!
A nonprofit organization is offering free cab rides to St. Patrick’s Day revelers in the Washington area to help curb drunken driving.
Whose Irish eyes have YOU smiling?
St. Patrick’s Day is one of Baltimore’s most beloved and colorful holidays. The city’s festive spirit comes alive with the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, lots of great music and events that turn a one-day holiday into a week-long celebration of all things Irish. If you’re looking for a great spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Baltimore, these standout places have got you covered.
If you’re looking for a spot to do the best Irish celebrating you possibly can, than look no further. Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant in the heart of Fells Point is the perfect spot to sit down and have a pint (or a few) of Guinness or Harp with some solid Irish food.
St. Patrick’s Day safety. In light of the holiday, the Baltimore County Police Department is beefing up patrols.
Maryland State Police plan to conduct saturation patrols for drunken or impaired drivers in every county
for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to march in the 56th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Baltimore.
St. Patrick’s Day is not just about wearing green and chugging beer. It’s a time to celebrate the rich heritage of Irish culture. Here are some of the ways you can do just that this St. Patrick’s Day.
Are you looking for the best Irish pubs in Baltimore? Try James Joyce, Ryan’s Daughter, Slainte, Mick O’Shea’s or Patrick’s of Pratt Street.