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St. Patrick’s Day, the biggest Irish celebration of the year, is coming up shortly next Friday, March 17th!  Green will be covering so much of Manhattan that day, as it is a great reason to celebrate with food, drink, music and so much more.  Luckily, we have found some great places for you to make reservations at and ensure that a good time is had by all!

Take a look at the locations we think you should stop by.  Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!

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Known for his inventive variety of over 45 different cookies, Schmackary’s (362 West 45th Street, NYC, founder Zachary Schmahl has created a Luck of the Irish cookie flight ($30) filled with 12 St.Patrick’s Day-inspired cookies loaded with a variety of sweets and even a kick of alcohol!

If you’re guilty of picking all the marshmallows out of the cereal box, you’ve hit the pot of gold with the Lucky Charmed, made with a sugar cookie base, cereal marshmallows, vanilla, topped with marshmallow frosting and cereal pieces. Get your Guinness fix with the Black & Tan made with a Guinness dark cocoa cookie base, semi-sweet chocolate, and topped with beer cream cheese frosting. Get in the green spirit with the Dirty Leprechaun made with a dark cocoa cookie base, green mint chips, semisweet chocolate or Green Tea with a matcha green tea, white chocolate, macadamia nuts, green tea glaze. And for those who prefer a little of everything, The Hangover satisfies all your cravings with potato chips, walnuts, semi-sweet chocolate, white chocolate, butterscotch, m&m’s, raisins, coconut, cinnamon, oats. These flavors and special cookie flight are available throughout the month of March in store and for nationwide shipping.

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Credit: 5 Napkin Burger

This March, your taste buds are as lucky as the Irish. Throughout the month, 5 Napkin Burger ( is offering a mouth-watering twist on traditional corned beef and cabbage just in time for St.Patrick’s Day. Executive Chef Andy D’Amico has created The Blarney Burger ($16) made with a meat blend of ground corned beef and all natural Aspen Ridge Angus Chuck, topped with imported Irish Cheddar cheese, Guinness mustard, a crispy potato hash brown, and cabbage slaw, all on a potato bun.

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Credit: Primal Cut

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The Upper East Side’s fully re-branded steakhouse is offering a full St. Patrick’s Day themed menu for guests on March 17th.

Corned Beef and Braised Cabbage ($24)

Primal Shepherd’s Pie ($22)

Brisket, Prime Rib, and Hanger Blend, Cheddar Cheese Mashed

Corned Beef and Dubliner Cheese Spring Rolls ($12)

Guinness Braised Short Rib Stew ($28)

Mixed Vegetables and Roasted Potatoes

Corned Beef Mac and Cheese ($12)

Scallions, Swiss, Crispy Panko Breadcrumbs

Green Beans ($10)

Toasted Bread Crumbs, Crispy Onions, Spicy Hollandaise

Bailey’s Irish Cream Infused Brioche Bread Pudding ($10)

Irish Soda Bread French Toast ($12)

Bailey’s Infused Vanilla Ice Cream

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Credit: North River Landing


Fish Bar will be offering St. Patrick’s themed dishes including:

Mashed Potato Croquettes with Green Marinara Sauce

Whiskey Chocolate Ganache Cake with Whiskey Caramel Popcorn