There will be no shortage of Irish food, music and fun in Renton on March 17, St. Patrick's Day. Below are a list of venues for those who'd like to get out and celebrate.
While others prefer to enjoy the holiday pulling 'leprechaun pranks,' getting decked out in green, crafting their own Irish feast, or watching Irish-inspired movies. Share with us in the comments section below what your plans are.
If you plan to go out, celebrate responsibly and designate a sober driver!
Renton’s only Irish Pub will offer a limited menu (brunch 9-11a.m. / St. Paddy’s Party 3 p.m.-2 a.m.) of holiday favorites including corned beef & cabbage, shephard’s pie, Rueben sandwiches.
There will be live music all day long, the patio will be covered and open, and Seattle Pipes & Drums will make at least three appearances. Guinness will be on at least four taps. Harp, Smithwicks and Kilkenny will also be on draught.
Tickets may be purchased for $15 before the event, or for $20 at the door (cash only). St. Paddy’s Day tickets include a t-shirt with a St. Paddy’s logo while supplies last. Must be 21+ to purchase a St. Patrick’s Day admission bracelet, and for entry after 3pm. Prepare to show ID upon entry on the 17th
Located at 220 Wells Ave., the Eagles will host an Irish dinner from 5-7:30p.m. Corned Beef and Cabbage is $10 and Irish Stew is $8. “Come down for good old fashioned Irish food and fun”
Happy Hans will perform on St. Patrick's Day, March 17th, 6-10 p.m. Stop by for a little German flair on this Irish celebration! The Berliner staff recommend early arrival to get a seat.
Stop by for a special Irish-themed menu, starting with brunch from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and then lunch and dinner through 10 p.m.
Will be serving up a corned beef and cabbage dinner for $9.95.
Seniors — Irish in blood or spirit — may enjoy the luck o’ the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day by enjoying a free Irish-inspired breakfast at Renton Senior Activity Center on Saturday, March 17, from 8-11a.m. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Councils from St. Anthony and St. Stephen the Martyr Parishes in Renton, the breakfast will feature pancakes, eggs, sausages, fruit and assorted beverages. The Knights of Columbus volunteers and their families will prepare and serve the meal as they seek to honor seniors for the many ways they contribute to making Renton a great community. Last year more than 200 seniors partook in the holiday breakfast.
This year community businesses have also contributed finances or items to the event including Dan Kellogg, Estate Attorney; Wal-Mart; Sam’s Club; Downtown Safeway; and Albertson’s Renton Highlands.
“We do this breakfast as part of our mission to serve the community, said Dang Nguyen, Grand Knight of the St. Anthony Parish Fr. Lane Council #3645. “Members from our Council and St. Stephen the Martyr Council #13374 join together to make this event possible.”
Planning and coordination for this breakfast starts as early as December with cooperation from the City of Renton every year for providing the facilities. A great collaboration of two Knights of Columbus Councils in Renton, community businesses and the City of makes this year’s breakfast possible. We think St. Patrick would be proud!
Looking for a family-friendly way to celebrate?
Visit before 3 p.m. for live music, head over to anytime between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m., or enjoy a ‘Pot o'Gold’ cupcake at : rich chocolate Guinness cake topped with Jameson Irish Whiskey buttercream — as irresistible as a pot o’ gold!