St. Patrick's Day
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St. Patrick’s Day is about a week away (March 17th) , and several Manhattan hotspots are making sure you experience the “luck of the irish” with some fantastic food and drink options!

Take a look at what these amazing locations have in store for the biggest Irish holiday in the world, starting this coming Monday!

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Egghead at Moxy Times Square

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Egghead at Moxy Times Square will be offering a must-eat special: Greens, Eggs & Taylor Ham where Fried Eggs are accompanied by Kale, Spinach and Taylor Ham atop an Irish Cheddar Cheese Biscuit.  Offered Tuesday, March 13 through Saturday, March 17, hungry guests can indulge in the festive sandwich all week long.

Trademark Taste + Grind

Trademark Taste + Grind and Guinness invite you to join them this Monday, March 12 from 6-8pm for a St. Patrick’s Day week kickoff party!  For one night only, learn how to perfectly pour your own Guinness, sample a range of beers from the Guinness portfolio, enjoy nibbles from Trademark’s Executive Chef Adrienne Guttieri, and take home your own Guinness glass. Tickets are just $10 and can be purchased at

Haven Rooftop

The NYC rooftop located atop The Sanctuary Hotel in the heart of Times Square will be serving up an array of specials to get you leaping like a leprechaun! They will offer a selection of festive drink options including Jameson Shots, The Shamrocker, Special Green Shots and of course, Guinness.  For food options, munch on some Fish N’ Chips or opt for Haven’s regular menu that serves up selections including Crispy CalamariFish Tacos and Haven’s Sliders. The rooftop’s doors open at noon.

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The Rag Trader

Born and raised Irishman and owner Mark Fox knows how to do the holiday right – which basically just means FEASTING. On Saturday March 17th, The Rag Trader will be serving two delicious traditional Irish dishes for the holiday.  For lunch, they are serving up Corned Beef & Swiss on Rye ($15), sauerkraut, Russian dressing & served with french fries.  For dinner, enjoy some yummy Corned Beef & Cabbage ($22). After you are properly stuffed, head downstairs to the lively subterranean lounge Bo Peep Cocktail & Highball Store to try out their whimsically unique cocktail menu, while the lavish interior and nightly live piano transports you right to mid-1900s Ireland. Still feeling the urge for a thematic drink in your hand? Order the green-hued Smuggler’s Run – a creamy delight with rum, lime, Curacao, pistachio, and vanilla.

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