There's a slice of Farm to Market Irish Soda Bread and a cold Boulevard's Irish Ale with my name on it tomorrow. Let's just say I'm having both for brunch (although not necessarily together -- golden raisins and Irish Ale might not be the best beer pairing), which makes me feel better about cracking open a bottle in the morning.
There are plenty of options for how to celebrate St. Patrick's Day (check out the Calendar section, if you're short on ideas). But how will you be celebrating tomorrow?
You probably won't see me at Governor Stumpy's chowing down on the 3.5-pound Reubenator. The restaurant opens at 7 a.m. tomorrow for you early
risers partiers. Even if you don't think you can tackle the city's largest corned-beef sandwich -- it's got a full pound of meat and a half-pound of sauerkraut -- you don't have to forgo corned beef altogether. Later today, Charles Ferruzza will have his top five options for where to find corned beef and cabbage.
The 38th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade starts at 11:30 a.m., moving on
Broadway from 33rd Street to 43rd Street and running until
approximately 1:30 p.m. The drink deals start well before the parade.
Missie B's is open at 8 a.m. with canned-beer specials and two-for-one
So what's part of your traditional revelry on St. Patrick's Day, or what new traditions will you be starting tomorrow?