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17 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Denver

We're talking corned beef and cabbage, Guinness stouts, Irish whiskey, car bombs, and more.

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This year in Denver, the Luck O' the Irish will manifest in the form of discounted booze, traditional Irish dishes, and fun (green) cocktails. Choose your own adventure this St. Paddy's Day as Denver restaurants and bars promote this most lucky of holidays in a variety of festive and delicious ways.

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Cook Street School of Culinary Arts

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Celebrate St. Paddy's Day whilst learning how to cook the perfect steak this year at Cook Street School. The interactive class hosted on March 17 from 6 - 9:30 p.m. caters to the home cook seeking to learn new protein cookery skills while drinking Irish whiskey. The lesson, meal and dessert are all included in the $99 ticket price.
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Del Frisco's Grille

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Get lucky at Del Frisco's Grille all day happy hour promotion on March 17. Corned beef and cabbage will be served all day, and would certainly pair well with a Kilt-Lifter cocktail.
Del Frisco's Grille

FIRE at the ART Hotel

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This loungey restaurant housed within the ART Hotel will celebrate St. Paddy's 2016 with the Painted Clover cocktail - a bright green, Irish whiskey-based concoction with Midori, Jameson, lime juice, simple syrup, muddled cucumber and rosemary, all topped with ginger beer.
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Hopdoddy Burger Bar Denver

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Hopdoddy is celebrating with a unique burger special this year - the Luck o' The Doddy Burger comes on a house-made green bun, smothered with green beer cheese, and topped with fries.
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Lil Devils Lounge

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From March 4 - 17, Lil' Devils is offering $4 Irish car bombs, $5 Tullamore Dew and 14oz Guinness cans. From March 11 - 17, the South Broadway gay dive bar spot will promote $3 16oz frosty mugs o' beer, and $4 22oz tanks of green beer. On St. Paddy's Day itself, the festivities will abound, complete with corned beef and cabbage.
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Punch Bowl Social

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This St. Paddy's Day head to Punch Bowl for some newfangled Irish dishes like battered sausage with chive cream gravy, kale and carrot salad with Irish cheddar boxty, and potato leek soup. Also available this March 17 at this destination in "eatertainment" is a shareable cocktail (pictured) aptly named Wearing of the Green.
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Second Home Kitchen + Bar

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UPDATE: This event has been cancelled. The Cherry Creek restaurant will kick off the fun on March 17 starting at 11 a.m. with small plates, massive amounts of Guinness, $5 Jameson shots, and assorted desserts, all for $50.
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Slattery's Irish Pub

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Slattery's will host a celebration for the whole family on both Saturday, March 12 and on March 17, complete with live music, dancing and a magic show. Drink specials will be available for the adults, as well as beloved Irish food staples for the whole family.
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The Corner Office Restaurant & Martini Bar

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How about a little Drinking in the Parking Lot with your Mother Before Mass this St. Patrick's Day? That is the name of a specialty cocktail created by the folks at the Corner Office, consisting of Tullamore Dew, cantaloupe purée, lemon juice and simple syrup. Enjoy alongside the Corner Office's corned beef hash poutine for maximal results.
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Vine Street Pub & Brewery

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Enjoy fancy Irish car bombs at this neighborhood pub all day on March 17. These killer car bombs are made with combinations of Mountain Sun stouts and different spirits, served merrily with corned beef and cabbage.
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All of Amante's locations, both in Denver and Boulder, will be serving $3 Irish coffees on St. Paddy's Day. Now there's the luck of the Irish!
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Green Russell

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Throughout this week the Green Russell will be serving a few specialty cocktails for the season - all a good alternative to green beer and all made with Irish whiskey.
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Lou's Food Bar

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This Sunnyside spot will serve St. Paddy's Day-inspired cocktails on the cheap all week long, and will offer a mean corned beef and cabbage March 17 - 19.
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Russell's Smokehouse

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Frank Bonanno's signature barbecue eatery will feature an Irish-inspired menu from March 17 - 20. Among the offerings are loaded Irish nachos with smoked corned beef, swiss fondue, bacon, shredded cabbage and scallions.
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The Post Brewing Company

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Green beer and fried chicken for all at The Post Brewing Company, happening Thursday, March 17 starting at 4 p.m. Step it up a notch with the $7 green beer and shot of Jameson special.
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Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

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The celebration continues at the Thirsty Lion at Union Station. From March 17 - 19, enjoy Irish-inspired eats like bacon cheddar potato cakes, corned beef and cabbage, alongside festive cocktails as well as specialty flights of beer.
Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

West End Tavern

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For the Boulder folks, an excellent option to celebrate this St. Paddy's Day would be joining the party at West End Tavern. The lucky promotions will include corned beef and cabbage with potato gratin, root vegetables, and a stout glaze, Guinness chocolate cupcakes, $6 Irish car bombs, $5 Bushmill's, and live Irish dancing at 4:30 p.m.
Facebook

Cook Street School of Culinary Arts

Celebrate St. Paddy's Day whilst learning how to cook the perfect steak this year at Cook Street School. The interactive class hosted on March 17 from 6 - 9:30 p.m. caters to the home cook seeking to learn new protein cookery skills while drinking Irish whiskey. The lesson, meal and dessert are all included in the $99 ticket price.
Facebook

Del Frisco's Grille

Get lucky at Del Frisco's Grille all day happy hour promotion on March 17. Corned beef and cabbage will be served all day, and would certainly pair well with a Kilt-Lifter cocktail.
Del Frisco's Grille

FIRE at the ART Hotel

This loungey restaurant housed within the ART Hotel will celebrate St. Paddy's 2016 with the Painted Clover cocktail - a bright green, Irish whiskey-based concoction with Midori, Jameson, lime juice, simple syrup, muddled cucumber and rosemary, all topped with ginger beer.
FIRE

Hopdoddy Burger Bar Denver

Hopdoddy is celebrating with a unique burger special this year - the Luck o' The Doddy Burger comes on a house-made green bun, smothered with green beer cheese, and topped with fries.
Hopdoddy

Lil Devils Lounge

From March 4 - 17, Lil' Devils is offering $4 Irish car bombs, $5 Tullamore Dew and 14oz Guinness cans. From March 11 - 17, the South Broadway gay dive bar spot will promote $3 16oz frosty mugs o' beer, and $4 22oz tanks of green beer. On St. Paddy's Day itself, the festivities will abound, complete with corned beef and cabbage.
Lil Devil's

Punch Bowl Social

This St. Paddy's Day head to Punch Bowl for some newfangled Irish dishes like battered sausage with chive cream gravy, kale and carrot salad with Irish cheddar boxty, and potato leek soup. Also available this March 17 at this destination in "eatertainment" is a shareable cocktail (pictured) aptly named Wearing of the Green.
Punch Bowl Social

Second Home Kitchen + Bar

UPDATE: This event has been cancelled. The Cherry Creek restaurant will kick off the fun on March 17 starting at 11 a.m. with small plates, massive amounts of Guinness, $5 Jameson shots, and assorted desserts, all for $50.
Yelp

Slattery's Irish Pub

Slattery's will host a celebration for the whole family on both Saturday, March 12 and on March 17, complete with live music, dancing and a magic show. Drink specials will be available for the adults, as well as beloved Irish food staples for the whole family.
Facebook

The Corner Office Restaurant & Martini Bar

How about a little Drinking in the Parking Lot with your Mother Before Mass this St. Patrick's Day? That is the name of a specialty cocktail created by the folks at the Corner Office, consisting of Tullamore Dew, cantaloupe purée, lemon juice and simple syrup. Enjoy alongside the Corner Office's corned beef hash poutine for maximal results.
Yelp

Vine Street Pub & Brewery

Enjoy fancy Irish car bombs at this neighborhood pub all day on March 17. These killer car bombs are made with combinations of Mountain Sun stouts and different spirits, served merrily with corned beef and cabbage.
Facebook

Amante

All of Amante's locations, both in Denver and Boulder, will be serving $3 Irish coffees on St. Paddy's Day. Now there's the luck of the Irish!
Amante Coffee

Green Russell

Throughout this week the Green Russell will be serving a few specialty cocktails for the season - all a good alternative to green beer and all made with Irish whiskey.
Facebook

Lou's Food Bar

This Sunnyside spot will serve St. Paddy's Day-inspired cocktails on the cheap all week long, and will offer a mean corned beef and cabbage March 17 - 19.
Facebook

Russell's Smokehouse

Frank Bonanno's signature barbecue eatery will feature an Irish-inspired menu from March 17 - 20. Among the offerings are loaded Irish nachos with smoked corned beef, swiss fondue, bacon, shredded cabbage and scallions.
Facebook

The Post Brewing Company

Green beer and fried chicken for all at The Post Brewing Company, happening Thursday, March 17 starting at 4 p.m. Step it up a notch with the $7 green beer and shot of Jameson special.
Facebook

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Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

The celebration continues at the Thirsty Lion at Union Station. From March 17 - 19, enjoy Irish-inspired eats like bacon cheddar potato cakes, corned beef and cabbage, alongside festive cocktails as well as specialty flights of beer.
Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

West End Tavern

For the Boulder folks, an excellent option to celebrate this St. Paddy's Day would be joining the party at West End Tavern. The lucky promotions will include corned beef and cabbage with potato gratin, root vegetables, and a stout glaze, Guinness chocolate cupcakes, $6 Irish car bombs, $5 Bushmill's, and live Irish dancing at 4:30 p.m.
Facebook

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