The St. Patrick's Day celebrations have been turning Denver green all weekend and the big day has finally arrived. If you still haven't had your fill of cabbage, green beer and whiskey, or still haven't found an event that tickles your fancy, here are a few more St. Patrick's Day events.
Rise and shine! LoHi SteakBar will open for brunch today at 7 a.m., when it will feature an all-you-can-eat corned beef and hash and green beer deal for $25. Brunch will run until 3 p.m. The bar will also be serving $5 shots of Teeling Whiskey all day. For reservations, call LoHi at 303-927-6334...or just get up and get there.
Lower48 Kitchen's Tuesday Tastings have been such a hit that our Best New Restaurant in the 2014 Best of Denver is introducing a $34, prix-fixe meal that starts every Tuesday and runs for a week (in addition to the regular menu). These special menus will be a culinary tour of cooking around the United States, and will kick off today with Massachusetts — of course. "With preparations of corned beef & cabbage and an American take on Irish Soda Bread, this menu is sure to satisfy St. Patrick himself," the restaurant advises. "Don’t forget to wear green!" For more information, call 303-942-0262.
Smashburger, the home-grown burger chain, is celebrating St.Patrick's Day by bringing back a Limited Edition Mint Oreo Shake, and offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal on the minty goodness. For more information, visit smashburger.com.
For information on dozens of culinary events around town, visit our online Food & Drink listings — and if you have information for a culinary event you'd like included in our online calendar, send it to email@example.com.Follow @CafeWestword
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