Guinness and Harp on tap. Free corned beef and cabbage for lunch while it lasts.
Nassau county police pipe band and Irish step dancers. Corned beef and cabbage and Mrs. Shanahans famous Irish soda bread, which won last year's contest held at Travis Hall. Guinness, Harp and Smithwicks all on tap. Look for Shanahan's parade float, complete with a live band playing traditional Irish music, which will head back to the bar after the parade.
Opening at 8 a.m. A $1 donation to the Kings Park Parade Committee gets you corned beef and cabbage, whole white potatoes and Shepherd’s pie all day. $3 Bud, Miller and Yuengling Pints. $3 Baby Guinness and Jameson Shots. $3 Bud Light Shamrock bottles and $4 Guinness pub cans.
Stop down pick up a tee for $15 enjoy free food, drinks, and the parade.
Head over to the hall on Church Street before, during or after the parade to enjoy some Irish Fare. Breakfast is available at 10 a.m. Parade goers can stop in to see traditional Irish step dancing or listen to a band. Corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd’s Pie, Ulster stew and other Irish favorites provided by Plum Crazy Kitchen will be sold as well as Irish Soda bread, beer and wine.
If you are looking for an alternative to the sometimes crazy parade crowd, Relish is promising some family fun. Face painting, Irish ices, corned beef sandwiches and green zeppoles will be on hand in the parking lot. Guinness and Smithwick are on tap.
Opens at 9 a.m. serving Bloody Marys and Irish coffee. Bagpipes, D.J. Joel Carter at 10 p.m. Free corned beef and cabbage with all the fixins. Keep an eye out for their float.
Parade organizer president Kevin Denis will be a bit busy that day, but you can still head over for some home cooked goodness. Corned beef and cabbage all day and Shepherd’s Pie.
Sample some Irish bangers & mash and enter a drawing to win corned beef & cabbage dinners for four (to be picked up March 17).