Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Gettysburg
Published March 16, 2011
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone! Tomorrow is March 17th and Gettysburg will be hopping with celebration! Here is a guide for your ultimate St. Patty’s Day fun in Gettysburg.
Garryowen offers its customers authentic Irish food in a fun atmosphere. It was described by Celebrate Gettysburg Magazine as “…it’s like being in Ireland. The authenticity of Garryowen is it’s charm. From imported beers, bacon and butters to family recipes, this Irish pub is the real thing.” Garryowen was just featured in the current March/April issue of Celebrate Gettysburg Magazine. Pick up a copy today or view it online. For a fun, festive Irish atmosphere – including live music – Garryowen is where you will want to be on St. Patty’s Day!
Another Irish pub in town you will want to swing into tomorrow is O’rorkes Pub. O’rorkes features a wide-ranging menu with traditional Irish favorites, classic American Cuisine and special dishes. The pub was named after Union commander and hero, Patrick Henry O’rorke, an Irish immigrant who settled as a child in Rochester, New York.
Other spots in town are also doing St. Patty’s Day themed menus and drink specials!
Gettysburg Eddies will have green beer available and specials that include Guinness Dumpling Soup and Corned Beef and Cabbage.
McClellan’s Tavern is currently offering these Irish-inspired drink specials for March as well as a Corn Beef Reuben with fries for 8.95 and Corn Beef & Cabbage Dinner for 12.95.
Don’t forget to stop by A Lit’le Irish, Too to get your Irish gear, t-shirts, glassware and much more! Visit their website here.
Enjoy your time in Gettysburg on St. Patrick’s Day!