10 Ways To Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Orange County
If you've already partied hard over the weekend, great! Extend the celebration into the actual holiday. But if you have yet to get your green on, we've got options for ya. And I even threw in a couple of non-alcoholic ideas for you underagers.
At our favorite faux bookstore, they're turning three! Partying begins at 11 a.m., and doesn't show signs of slowing down. Join Chef Jason and friends for what they describe as, "Bagpipers, drink specials and Irish-inspired dishes from Chef Chicken Wing."
Traditional Irish breakfast service gets going early in Old Town Tustin-- 7 a.m., to be exact. Quinn's transitions to lunch service at 11 a.m., but that's not all. They've even set up an Irish pub in a tent for the anticipated overflow of merrymakers. Top that off with live bands, and you've got one heck of a party.
Chef (and recent On the Line subject) Alexander Dale has teamed up with Greg Nagel of OC Beer Blog to host a pairing dinner featuring brews from Noble Ale Works. Reservations are recommended for their 5-course, $60 per person meal. Tastes include a potato, leek and pea soup, duck confit shepherd's pie and Irish oatmeal whiskey cake.
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