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Submitted by on 1, March 17, 2011 – 12:02 amNo Comment

Looking to get your Irish on this St. Patrick’s Day? A number of Alameda dining and drinking establishments are ready to help you celebrate in style.

Jim’s Coffee Shop (2333 Lincoln Avenue; 523-5368) is offering a corned beef and cabbage plate for lunch and dinner, while Linguini’s Restaurant (1508 Park Street; 521-2141) also has food and drink specials. The Hobnob (1313 Park Street; 769-1011) has corned beef and cabbage and Irish stew, along with adult beverages; The Churchward Pub (1515 Park Street; 521-4800) has Guinness on tap, Irish-themed mixed drinks and corned beef and cabbage.

McGee’s Bar & Grill (1645 Park Street; 522-3470) has corned beef sandwiches with red potatoes and corned beef and cabbage with Irish soda bread, along with an array of Irish drink, bagpipes and dancing; Scolari’s and Lucky 13 (1301 Park Street; 523-2118) are offering a twofer of corned beef and cabbage plus discounted beer, Jameson, and Jameson swag.

If it’s strictly entertainment you’re after, High Street Station (1303 High Street; 995-8049) will be celebrating St. Pat’s with an all-ages performance from the Bay Island Ramblers, a local bluegrass band. The show begins at 7 p.m.

And if you’re looking to celebrate the holiday with a traditional twist, McGrath’s Irish Pub (1539 Lincoln Avenue; 522-6263) opens at noon, and they’re promising the best Guinness and Irish whiskeys in town.

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