St. Patrick’s Day means corned beef and soda bread…and more! We’ve got your list of where to get your fill of Irish-style fare this weekend in Michigan’s Great Southwest. From familiar boiled dinners to seasonal twists on pizza, here’s your leprechaun flavor finder! 

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Pastrami Reuben at the Public House
Reuben Pizza at the Livery
Corned Beef & Cabbage at bread+bar

 

 

Babe’s Lounge and Restaurant

The riverfront Benton Harbor pub is serving up a traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner; we hear it goes well with music by the Rain Dogs! Check out their annual St. Patrick’s Day party here

 

Bistro on the Boulevard

Chef Cheyenne Galbraith is crafting traditional cabbage rolls with a tomato sauce, and Maitre d’ Samer Baddredine has Irish Mules in the bar. The St. Joseph farm-to-table restaurant is open dinner at 5:00pm; these specials are available March 17th-19th. 

 

Bit of Swiss

Tim Foley’s Irish Soda Bread is available all week at the Stevensville bakery! Visit their Facebook page for a $1.00 off coupon, too. Soda bread is available all week, while supplies last. 

 

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You can find corned beef and cabbage here all week! The Benton Harbor hotspot is offering a corned beef and reuben sandwiches at lunch, and traditional boiled dinner and shepherd’s pie at dinner service. There’s some awesome drinks too, like “Pot O Gold” and “Who’s Your Paddy”! 

 

Coach’s Bar and Grill

The Stevensville restaurant’s 2-day “St. Patrick’s Day Madness Bash” includes a corned beef and cabbage dinner. It’ll soak up the green Bud Light nicely! 

 

Plank’s Tavern on the Water

This waterfront restaurant is knocking it out of the park for St. Patrick’s Day! On March 17th and 18th, they’ll be serving short rib cabbage rolls, an Irish Aged Whiskey Cheddar & Stout with soda bread and house cured sausage, and the quintessential corned beef and cabbage dinner. 

 

Round Barn Public House

Our Baroda brewers are offering a pastrami reuben at the Public House, and they’ve crafted some limited edition Irish beers to go along with it! They’ve made one keg each of Irish Dry Stout, English Bitter, Scotch Ale, Gruit, Hoppy Irish Brown, and Oronoko Cocoa Stout (on Nitro) for their Irish beer flights! 

 

The Livery Microbrewery

If you’ve had enough boiled dinner, check out the Irish flavors on the special pizza this week at the Livery! The Benton Harbor microbrewery is offering a Reuben pizza all week, with hand tossed spent grain dough, honey caraway mustard, house made corned beef stewed in their “Memba Berry Blacksmith”, sauerkraut, baby Swiss, and finished with a sprinkle of caraway seeds. Available all week, while supplies last! 

 

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