It’s time to tip back a toast to St. Patrick’s Day, so check the top spots in Southwest Riverside to wet your whistle and soak up some local Irish color.
But, just remember — it’s not easy being green, so be sure to arrange for a designated driver.
Kegs and eggs, beer and Irish dancers, keg bowling and live music — the Irish fun is going on all day long.
When they are not hosting Lake Elsinore Storm players to food and drink, this popular spot is spreading the luck of the Irish with their cold brews, great food and big games on the big screen.
From the Seafood Grotto’s Killian’s Irish red battered fish and chips with house tartar to Journey’s corned beef and cabbage, there is a taste for every Irish food-loving palate.
Thin Mint Milkshakes that are a fun tribute to everyone’s favorite Girl Scout Cookie will be available at Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar. One dollar from each sale will be donated to the Girl Scouts of America. Don’t miss the Irish Nachos and bar specials throughout the month of March.
Hangar 24 Brewery in Redlands expects people to start lining up at dawn, the day before St. Patrick’s Day, to get one of their special commemorative glasses to mark the two-day celebration honoring the patron saint of Ireland. For only the second time ever, the Tasting Room will be opening its expansion area to meet the expected crowd.
This new Murrieta hot spot is a great place to celebrate St. Paddy’s Day by tipping back a glass and enjoying a hearty Irish meal.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with — you guessed it — green eggs and ham. And don’t miss the chance to sample all the delectable dishes at this favorite local restaurant.
Promising babes, beer and bikinis, this Lake Elsinore hot spot is a great place to find drink specials, live music and some March Madness — all day and night long.
Kerri S. Mabee is managing editor of Southwest Riverside News Network. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.