Whether your vibe is Guinness pints and corned beef or mint chocolate chip milkshakes and shamrock-shaped cookies, these Valley restaurants are serving up serious fun and fantastic eats and drinks in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
On March 17, Luckys Indoor Outdoor will be opening up an hour early at 3 p.m. to get the party kicked off with $5 pints of Guinness and $6 Irish Car Bombs from 3 to 6 p.m. There will be live music on the patio from 6 to 10 p.m., and DJ CLRS and OH Allen the DJ will be taking over the tunes starting at 10 p.m. to commence late-night festivities. Guests can also enjoy delicious carne, veggie, pollo and pork arepas from the on-site food vendor MozzArepas beginning at 4 p.m. This event is 21-plus only and is free to attend.
Fibber Magees in Chandler is getting ready for the return of its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration on March 17. The St. Patrick’s Day event features an authentic Irish breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, an outdoor beer garden, live local entertainment including Jason DeVore of Authority Zero, an extended outdoor event space and promotions throughout the day. Guests will enjoy classic Irish drinks and beers as well as delicious dishes such as real lamb Shepherd’s Pie, beer-battered fish and chips and corned beef and cabbage. The party kicks off at 8 a.m. with a pub breakfast and the celebration will continue until 2 a.m. Tickets for the event will be available to purchase day of.
From 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. on St. Patrick’s Day, grab your best green garb and head to Padre Murphy’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Gather under the big top for green beer, great food and some of the top musical talent on the stage.
From March 14 to March 19, Miracle Mile Deli will serve corned beef, cabbage, Irish potatoes and bread and butter for $16.50. (Fun fact: Miracle Mile Deli sells 10,000 pounds of corned beef during the month of March–nearly triple its normal amount!) The restaurant will also serve Guinness beer, green beer, mint chocolate chip milkshakes, shamrock shortbread cookies, and green and white cookies in honor of the holiday.
Blue Clover Distillery invites guests to toast to feeling lucky in 2022 with $5 green tea shots. Celebrate in proper green fashion with handcrafted, farm-to-table cocktails, like the Lucky Lady ($13) with Blue Clover Gin, house-made wildflower honey liquor, Creme de Violette, fresh lemon, simple syrup and decorated with a blood orange wheel, and the Scottsdale Sunset ($13) with Blue Clover Grapefruit Vodka, fresh lemon juice, Aperol, prosecco, lavender bitters and garnished with blood orange.
Guests of Phoenix City Grille are invited to tip their hats to the Emerald Isle in honor of St. Patrick’s Day! All day long, the restaurant is featuring a house-braised chipotle-dijon corned beef brisket, with scalloped cabbage, crispy fingerling potatoes and oven-roasted carrots, for $24 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Trapp Haus BBQ is “going green” with St. Patty’s green tea shots for $5 each and home-cured corned beef and cabbage with red potatoes for $18.
Thirsty Lion Gastropub will be celebrating with live music, Irish dancers, bagpipers and a specialty menu featuring authentic Irish cuisine including beer-braised corned beef and cabbage, corned beef mac and cheese, and Irish Shepherd’s Pie along with an Irish whiskey flight and specialty craft cocktails. A portion of proceeds benefit the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
On Thursday, March 17, Lakeside Bar & Grill will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day will all-day happy hour, a corned beef and cabbage plate and live music from James Legrand from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Specialty drink specials include green beer pints for $3.50 (while supplies last), $5 Irish mules and Guinness pints and $7 peanut butter Irish Slammers.
From March 16 to March 20, the Irish Tea Party menu at Tempe’s Drink Me! Tea Room will include a combination of savory and sweet items that reflect delicious Irish cuisine. The tea room will be decorated with festive decor, and several tea options will be available for this special occasion. The Full Irish Tea is $54 per person; Literary Irish Tea at $36 per person; and a Double Savory Irish Tea at $26 per person. A Wee One’s Tea is also available for children from ages 5 to 11. Themed cocktails will also be available for ordering. Reservations are required here.
Morning Squeeze has two new drinks on its menu ready for St. Patrick’s Day sipping. The new Down The Hatch Bloody Mary ($11) puts a green spin on the ultimate breakfast cocktail, with Hatch chile vodka, a house-made green chile bloody mix, charred melon and cucumber lime. The new Groovy Greens smoothie ($10) is a good remedy for day-after blues.
From 11 a.m. to close on March 17, diners are invited to get their taste of a traditional Irish meal at all Chompie’s locations around the Valley. The all-you-can-eat Corned Beef Feast features the restaurant’s famous corned beef, broiled red potatoes, cabbage and fresh-baked Irish soda bread for $25.99 per person (plus tax and gratuity, dine-in only). Guests can enjoy a single serving of the complete corned beef meal, plus Lovey’s Leprechaun Dessert, for $19.99 (available for dine-in or take-out).
On Thursday, Match Market & Bar is raising a glass to all things Irish in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Guests can “go green” all day long with a green beer and a shot of Tullamore Dew for $12.
Hearth ’61 is serving up Belles of Ireland on March 17, a themed cocktail created just for the holiday. The drink is made with Irish whiskey, Campari, ginger syrup, and orange bitters, topped off with a spritz of absinthe ($14).
The Hot Chick in Old Town Scottsdale hosts a St. Patrick’s Day Get Lucky party with $6 green beer, $12 green tea shots, a $15 Jameson shot and Guinness beer combo and the popular Sparkplug Irish Cream and Jameson cocktail with cold brewed coffee for $12. Guests can expect entertainment from local DJs as well as a surprise special guest.
Visit Koibito Poke wearing green and receive 25 percent off your poke bowl. All four Valley locations will also be offering a special St. Patrick’s Day goody bag giveaway for the first 10 customers in each store on March 17.
Wildflower will dish up its delicious corned beef Rueben, Irish soda bread (available in original and currant caraway; order by March 14 in-stores or online) and adorable hand-decorated shamrock cookies in honor of the holiday.
At STK Steakhouse, enjoy $5 lil’ corned beef sliders with tater tots and a $9 Leprechaun Stiletto during happy hour from March 15 through March 18. The sliders are also available for lunch, dinner, takeout and delivery for $24. Reservations are recommended.
Wally’s American Gastropub in Scottsdale is bringing back its St. Patty’s Week celebration, with green beer, corned beef and cabbage, Guinness and beef stew, Jameson Irish Whiskey and much more. St. Patty’s Week at Wally’s is from March 14 through March 19 with the Irish-themed specials running all day.
Pedal Haus Brewery is rolling out the green on March 17. A special food menu will be available that includes corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd’s Pie and fish and chips. There will also be drink specials: Green Daydrinker Light Lager ($4), Jameson and Green Tea shots and Bacardi cocktails. All three locations will also have live music from 4 to 7 p.m.