Where to Go For Dinner & Drinks on St. Patrick’s Day This Year

The Blind Pig Restaurant + Bar

The Blind Pig Kitchen + Bar serves up shareable gourmet American cuisine, by Executive Chef Karl Pfleider, with an expansive selection of craft beers and specialty craft cocktails, by Bar Manager Ryan Autry. For St. Patrick’s Day this year, the team will offer a selection of $5 craft Irish beers on tap, a featured Irish whiskey for $6, and a single malt flight, along with craft Irish-inspired cocktails to be paired with Irish-themed dishes on special like Bangers & Mash, Irish Beer Battered Fish, and Corned Beef.  31431 Santa Margarita Pkwy, Rancho Santa Margarita

Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen

The Latin inspired menu at Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen adapts the culinary heritage of Mexico and Latin America to a fresh modern style. On March 17, the restaurant will offer a Honeydew Melon Margarita made with Maestro Dobel Blanco Tequila, honeydew melon puree, cucumber juice, serrano syrup, fresh lime juice and mint. The special cocktail will be available from 11am to 7pm for $10.  110 W Birch St, Brea and 13126 Jamboree Rd, Irvine

Ways & Means Oyster House

St. Patrick’s Day can’t get better with beach views and $5 Irish Bucks at Ways & Means Oyster House at Pacific City! Made with Tullamore Dew whiskey, lime juice and ginger beer, these cocktails will only be available on the 5 for 5 menu on March 17, 2018 only. Pair the cocktail with freshly shucked oysters, sliders or battered jumbo shrimp to complete the experience.  21022 Pacific Coast Highway B140, Huntington Beach

Farmer Boys

Test your luck this St. Patrick’s Day with Farmer Boys scratchers! From March 13 through March 17, participating Farmer Boys locations will be handing out scratch-off coupons with each purchase. The coupons must remain unscratched until returning to Farmer Boys between March 18 – April 1, where the guest can scratch in-store to reveal and redeem the offer for a discounted purchase or free select menu itemEight locations throughout Orange County.

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