National Father's Day Dining Deals Roundup
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This weekend is a great time to spend time with Dad and eat good food. Surprise him with a special Father’s Day meal at a restaurant in your city.
The Beehive- Drink mimosas and try the Steak and Eggs and the famous Beehive Prime Burger for brunch from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. Drop by from 5 P.M. to 10 P.M. for baby back ribs, Scottish Salmon with Frites, and a night of live blues.
Haru- Enjoy a three-course prix fixe meal at Haru from 11:30 A.M. to 11 P.M. This Japanese restaurant has appetizers such as rock shrimp tempura and calamari salad. The main course features chicken or salmon teriyaki or the chef’s choice of sushi and sashimi. Desserts include the deep fried bananas or the mocha ice cream.
Salvatore’s- This Italian restaurant created a Father and Son Cigars three-course menu to celebrate Dad’s special day. On June 15th, come by from 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. for a taste of grilled beefsteak tomato and sweet onion. Down it with a special drink like the Purple Haze and finish the meal with a cigar.
estelle’s- Executive chef Eric Gburski created a weekend menu for June 14th to 16th, which features Southern food such as BBQ puller Pork Po’ Boy and Andouille sausage roasted oysters. Check out the beer list; there are seventy beers to choose from!
Kitchensurfing- If you love dining at restaurants but want to stay home, choose a chef from Kitchensurfing to cook and clean in your kitchen.
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South Water Kitchen- Bring your beer-loving dad to a $60 five-course dinner on June 15th. Each course is paired with a beer, even the dessert, which is a salted caramel cake with Finche’s Secret Stache Stout.
Bistro Dre- After dinner, every father will get a free slice of cheesecake with strawberry sauce as well as a gift bag.
David Burke’s Primehouse- The steakhouse will serve special brunch and dinner items. Dads will also bring home a steak sandwich, pasta salad, and a peanut butter brownie in a bagged lunch.
deca Restaurant- For a boozy brunch buffet, go to deca Restaurant for beef, bourbon, and beer. The meal costs $79 per person.
Theory Chicago- Another brunch option is Theory Chicago, where you and your dad can order waffles, sandwiches, and breakfast dishes. Watch the U.S. Open as you both enjoy $3 Stella Drafts.
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Cards, Crafts & Printables
Free Christian Father’s Day e-Cards
DaySpring has a number of inspirational Father’s Day e-cards that you can send for free to any special dad in your life (husband, father, grandfather, brother, etc.).
Free Printable Father’s Day Cards
If you’re on a tight budget, check out twelve different free printable Father’s Day cards that you can just print and send.
Shutterfly – Free Photo Card
Use the coupon code CARD4U to get a free photo card for Dad (you’ll need to pay for shipping).
Events & Entertainment
Fandango – $15 Promo Code with Gift Card Purchase
Enter the coupon code SUMMER2020 to get a $15 FandangoNOW promo code with any gift card purchase (minimum $15) through June 30.
Groupon – Various Deals
Be sure to check out Groupon as you’re looking for things to do with Dad.
Amazon – 20 Father’s Day Gifts Under $20
On a budget? We’ve rounded up a list of 20 Father’s Day Gifts on Amazon all priced at $20 or less.
Amazon – Father’s Day Gifts
Amazon also has a number of savings on Father’s Day gifts, with free returns.
Fanatics.com – Sports Fan Father’s Day Gifts
If Dad is a sports fan, check out the selection of Father’s Day gifts available at Fanatics.com.
Jane.com – Father’s Day T-Shirts
Jane has these fun and awesome Father’s Day t-shirts priced at $14.99 each. Shipping is $4.99 for the first item and $1.99 for each additional item.
Kohl’s – Father’s Day Gift Shop
Explore Kohl’s Father’s Day Gift Shop with gifts available for every budget.
Nautica – Gifts Under $20
Nautica has a great selection of gifts priced under $20 with free shipping on orders of $50 or more.
Restaurant Offers – Gift Card Bonuses
Purchase $50 in gift cards and receive a $10 promotional card.
BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse
Give $50 in eGift Cards, get a $10 bonus card for yourself.
Einstein Bros Bagels
Save 20% on gift cards for a limited time.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Enjoy a $20 bonus card with every $100 in gift card purchases.
Fogo de Chao
Receive a $25 Bonus eCard and a $15 Bonus eCard for every $125 eGift Card purchased.
Get a $10 Bonus Card with every $50 of gift cards purchased.
For every $50 of Outback Steakhouse gift cards you purchase, you’ll get a $10 Bonus Card.
Get a $10 Bonus Card for every $50 in Panera Bread gift cards purchased online.
Steak ‘n Shake
Get a free $5 certificate when you buy $20 in gift cards.
What other Father’s Day freebies or deals do you know of? Please leave a comment and we’ll add them to the list. Thanks for your help!
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Mom Hack: How to Make an Easy ‘World’s Best Dad’ Trophy for Father’s Day
Danny Seo is an expert in taking ordinary things you might find around the house and transforming them into something of value. In his book, Upcycling Celebrations, he offers dozens of “upcycled” crafts for holidays, home entertaining, and, of course, Father’s Day.
It may not be an Academy Award or a Grammy, but this upcycled trophy will still earn prime real estate in your home because it’s definitely one-of-a-kind. Kids will have a great time creating this trophy because it’s one part scavenger hunt, one part building and gluing, and one part transformation, all in one quick and easy project. Depending on their age, they will probably need help with gluing and painting, but let them go wild finding stray things to build their own award-winning masterpiece.
Random household objects (books, mug, binder clips, jar lids, etc.)
Gold spray paint
Chalkboard paint (optional)
It doesn’t matter what color the objects are that you’re using to make this upcycled trophy a few coats of metallic spray paint will unify everything to make it look like one cast metal piece.
1. Start with the base: think heavy, sturdy objects like old books or a wooden cigar box.
2. Then build it up with a coffee mug as the center vessel, maybe propped up with a collection of Army men figurines or paper clips.
3. Keep playing around until you’re happy with your design, and glue it all together using E-6000 for the heavier pieces and hot glue to add small details and touches.
4. Allow to dry, then spray (in a well-ventilated area) with a few coats of metallic paint.
5. If you want a chalkboard plaque to personalize the trophy with a message, paint a jar lid with two coats of black chalkboard paint and glue it to the front.
Seattle Father’s Day Freebies and Deals
Goldstar – Various Deals
Looking for something to do with Dad for Father’s Day? Check out Goldstar for savings on everything from The Tillicum Village Salmon Bake and Cruise Adventure to When Sparks Fly: Teatro ZinZanni’s Electrifying New Dinner Show.
Groupon – Various Deals
Be sure to check out Groupon as you’re looking for things to do in the Seattle area with Dad – right now I’m seeing deals on movies, bowling, and lots more.
Hands On Children’s Museum – Free Admission for Dads
Fathers and grandfathers get in free on June 15, plus there are two free Father’s Day activities: card-making in the Art Studio and out-of-this-world Dad spaceships.
Imagine Children’s Museum – Free Race Car or Tool Kit Craft
Come and make a Race Car or Tool Kit for Dad with Home Depot from 10am-1pm on June 14 while supplies last.
KidsQuest Children’s Museum – Free Admission for Dads
Get free admission for all dads and grandpas that visit the museum on Sunday, June 15.
Lunchbox Laboratory – Dads Eat Free
Dads with ‘staches eat free on Father’s Day – more details here.
The Museum of Flight – Free Admission for Dads
Dads get in to the Museum of Flight free from 10am-5pm on Father’s Day when accompanied by kids of any age. Kids can also make a special treat for Dad from 11am-2pm while supplies last.
Northwest Railway Museum – Dads Ride Free
Fathers ride free with a paying child of any age on Father’s Day Weekend (June 14 and 15).
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium – Half Off Admission
All dads receive half-off general admission and half-off any Deep Forest Challenge zipline course on Father’s Day.
Safeco Field/Seattle Mariners Game – Free BBQ Spatula for First 10,000 Dads
The first 10,000 dads at the Mariners game on June 15 at 1:10pm (vs. the Texas Rangers) will get a free Mariners BBQ spatula.
Seattle Children’s Museum – Free Admission for Dads
Bring Dad to the museum on Father’s Day for free admission with at least one child 10 or under who is paying regular admission. They’ll also have special Father’s Day activities including crafts, story time and more.
What other Father’s Day freebies or deals do you know of? Please leave a comment and we’ll add them to the list. Thanks for your help!
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FATHER & SON DAY: IT&rsquoS TIME TO MAKE A CHANGE
Father&rsquos Day gets short shrift compared to its maternal counterpart. Perhaps it&rsquos because we see our dads as donators of information, not affection. It&rsquos his hands on (then off) our saddles for that permitted moment of paternal deception. But it&rsquos mum&rsquos skirts we rush to when our first two-wheeled excursion ends in skinned knees and tears. He wouldn&rsquot want anything gushy, after all. So we think a last-minute card and on-the-day text suffices.
But the prospect of his absence &ndash one that our view of dad as a symbol of masculine permanence means we ponder too little &ndash brings the need for something beyond cursory affection into stark relief. Too many men wait, until they&rsquore forced to express a gratitude that tends towards the understood but unsaid, by dark spots on a black-and-white picture and a doctor&rsquos practised sympathy.
This experience understandably doesn&rsquot feature large in cinema&rsquos father-son montages. But as Daniel Marks and Jack Dyson discovered, after both surviving cancer only to have their fathers diagnosed themselves, it demands a man address these emotions and re-evaluate his relationships with the men in his life. But we shouldn&rsquot put it off until our hands are forced.
That&rsquos the reasoning behind Father and Son Day, which the pair set up to encourage us to celebrate those totemic men in our lives &ndash be they there by blood or action &ndash who&rsquove fashioned us in their likeness. Men to whom we owe a debt we should acclaim, not leave unaddressed in fear of awkward conversations.
&ldquoThe bond between father and son is one of the most important, rare and powerful friendships many men will ever have,&rdquo says Marks. &ldquoIts strength and power deserves to be celebrated with dignity.&rdquo He stresses that Father and Son Day shouldn&rsquot be &ldquotied to a specific date in the calendar. It goes deeper than that.&rdquo
But to inaugurate the charity&rsquos launch, this Father&rsquos Day he and Dyson are encouraging men to share a portrait with their father, using the #FatherAndSonDay hashtag, and encourage their friends to do likewise. They also want us to donate to the hospital at the male cancer coalface, London&rsquos Royal Marsden.
The money is going to training surgeons on the latest robotic equipment, which slashes recovery times, and the psychosocial care that so many young need to help them cope with the trauma of a cancer diagnosis, but struggle to access.
&ldquoIt&rsquos about raising funds to support those people at the heart of improving the lives of those men with cancer, making a difference at the frontline of care,&rdquo says Dyson. &ldquoSomewhere we&rsquoll all be at some point. For everyone involved, it&rsquos about acknowledging a truly special relationship and directing that positivity to something real that will last.&rdquo
So instead of a last-minute Moonpig, do something that will make a real difference for your dad and text MARSDEN to 70800 to donate £5, or head to Mr Porter and pick him up a shirt whose profits go straight to the charity, then sit him down to explain how big a figure he&rsquos been in your life. It might ensure that you get the chance to play the some role in someone else&rsquos.
Quizno’s Deal of the Day Special For $5.95POSTED BY
For a limited time, Quizno’s lovers can bite into the chain’s Toasty Deal of the Day for savings.
The deal is only available for an 8-inch sub.
For $5.95, enjoy one of its tasty, toasty subs for lunch or dinner at participating locations — a different sub is available each day.
Here’s the weekly line-up of what is offered:
Sunday – Honey Bacon Club
Monday – Spicy Monterey
Tuesday – Turkey Ranch & Swiss
Wednesday – Baja Chicken
Thursday – Ultimate Turkey Club
Friday – Classic Italian
Saturday – Honey Bacon Club
The discount is not valid with any coupon or other offer.
There are no substitutions or recipe changes allowed. Plus, the savings are not available via third-party delivery services.
If you really love Quiznos, join its loyalty club, Toasty Points, for rewards and exclusive discounts.
NOTE: Not all locations offer the same national promotions. As a result, price and participation may vary. It’s always wise to call ahead for verification in your area. We strive to keep up with “limited-time offers,” but deals may end without notice.
Making Father’s Day Special
Making Father’s Day special should not be difficult, right? I’ve tried to find some easy craft ideas for you here, so please check them out. I don’t know about you, but I think it’s pretty hard to find the right Father’s Day gifts for my dad. That’s why here at Faithful Provisions, we are diligently searching for great gift ideas at budget-friendly prices, so you can pamper Dad with just the right present.
:: See ideas for Father’s Day Gifts to Make or to Buy.
Honestly, lots of dads aren’t known for being sentimental, so printable cards for Father’s Day and even eCards are perfectly acceptable (and maybe even preferred!). My husband always has his iPhone on him, and he loves the advanced graphics and sounds that today’s eCards offer–plus, he can show them off to all his friends.
:: Check out my collection of the best sites for you to find Father’s Day cards: Printable and eCards.
You’ll want to be sure you take a look at all the free Father’s Day poetry that I’ve collected. I’ve got short ones, long ones, silly, and sentimental. They are easily transferred to the handmade card, wall-hanging, or bookmark you make for Dad.
Who knows fathers better than other fathers? I am crazy about quotes, and I’ve pulled together some great Father’s Day quotes from celebrities, presidents, and your favorite TV fathers too! They’ll have you laughing, crying, and celebrating your dad and fatherhood.
St. Patrick's Day Food Deals and Specials 2021
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day the authentic way thanks to these restaurants and their delicious-sounding menus.
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Fittingly, what many of us call St. Patrick’s Day is more formally known as The Feast of St. Patrick. Over 1600 years after his death, St. Patrick, the patron Saint of Ireland, whips our appreciation of Irish culture and heritage into a froth of all things green and Irish once a year on the anniversary of his passing. While many of us know March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day, there is much more to this holiday than green beer and corned beef. For example, did you know that:
- The shamrock, a three-sided sprig, was a sacred plant in ancient Ireland because it symbolized the rebirth of spring and has become a symbol of Irish pride.
- “Drowning the shamrock” is a practice at the end of the day’s festivities when the shamrock is dunked into a glass of whiskey, which is drunk, and then the plant tossed over the left shoulder as a toast to the Saint.
- There are no snakes on the island of Ireland, and this is attributed to St. Patrick. Even though there were never snakes on the island, St. Patrick gets credit for “banishing” them.
- Leprechauns, the symbol of this Irish holiday, were originally thought to be magical, but cranky little figures whose job it was to repair the shoes of other fairies—their masterful trickery used to protect their treasure.
- St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in more countries than any other national festival, because really, who doesn’t love green beer?
So much to learn, but not on an empty stomach, right? Well, that won’t be a problem. We found some great ways to celebrate, experiment with new menu items and save on St. Patrick’s Day food.
Disclaimer: Please read all coupon details and call your local store to make sure the offer is eligible for your location.
Applebee’s: It’s going to be pretty tough to pass up the Applebee’s challenge to “SIP ME, I’M IRISH!”, especially at the ridiculously low price of $5 per Saintly Sip. In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll want to try your luck with their Tipsy Leprechaun, crafted with top-shelf Jameson Irish Whiskey, melon liqueur, blue curacao, sweet & sour and lemon-lime soda or try the Pot O’ Gold Colada, featuring Captain Morgan and mango. And, for a limited time, add a dozen Double Crunch Shrimp to any steak entrée for just $1. The luck (and savings) of the Irish will be with you at Applebee’s from now until at March 29.
Baked by Melissa: Back by popular demand at Baked by Melissa, you’ll find three lucky flavors of St. Patrick’s Day cupcakes: Lucky Charm, Rainbow Cookie and Triple Chocolate Fudge. From March 4 through March 19, get in on a 50-pack of Shamrock Shuffle Cupcakes for $60 or the Pot O’ Gold Cupcakes, which include three different flavors, starting from $32.
Bennigan’s: Starting March 2 and lasting through March 30, Bennigan’s will be featuring a special menu in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. From green beer to the Big Irish (a double-decker beef hamburger with double the toppings) the Blarney Blast menu will delight their Irish-food-loving guests.
Billy’s at the Beach: If the luck of the Irish is with you and you find yourself in Newport Beach, CA on March 17, tip your glass to St. Patrick at Billy’s at the Beach. Overlooking Newport Harbor, the Hawaiian-inspired restaurant and bar will be serving Green Mai Tais on St. Patrick’s Day, along with some traditional Irish fare like corned beef and cabbage, a pastrami ruben and fish and chips.
Bobo’s: Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a solid offering, Bobo’s, the maker of scrumptious whole-grain oat bars and snacks, is taking 20% off your entire online purchase from March 9 through March 17. Don’t miss out on their Oat Bar Bestseller Variety Pack, or try something new, like the Butter Protein Bar.
Cappello’s: The entire month of March brings the luck of the Irish to lovers of a healthy pizza. Cappello’s makes grain-free, paleo-friendly foods, and in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, they’ll be offering 10% off all their pizzas at Sprouts Farmers Markets all month long.
Chili’s: For the third year in a row, the margarita of the month for March at Chili’s is The Lucky Jameson®. Why are they calling it “Lucky,” you ask? Because this pot o’ gold in a glass features Jameson® Irish Whiskey, Lunazul® Blanco Tequila, triple sec, fresh sour and a salt rim and it’s just $5. Available at your local Chili’s location or to-go at participating restaurants.
Chuck E. Cheese: St. Patrick’s Day is filled with possibilities at Chuck E. Cheese where kids have a chance to win a Pot O’ Gold in the form of e-tickets when you bring them in on March 17 for All You Can Play Wednesday. For the special price of $14.99 on Wednesdays, when you mention the promotion at the time of purchase, kids get one full hour of unlimited games and chances to win e-tickets.
Cold Stone Creamery: Take your love of the Irish far beyond adding a little green food coloring to your ice cream. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day properly, with rainbows and green clovers, head over to Cold Stone Creamery where they have partnered with General Mills to bring you the magic of Lucky Charms in ice cream with their Ice Cream at the End of the Rainbow treat. Available—gold glitter and all—from now until March 31.
Dog Haus: Appropriately, on March 17, you will be able to enjoy green beer and discounted shots of Jameson and Pickle Backs at a Dog Haus near you in celebration of St. Patrick. But don’t stop there. All Dog Haus dogs, sausages and hamburgers are served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls (they might not have originated in Ireland, but the Irish would surely approve).
Farmer Boys: Starting March 8 and running through March 17, stop by one of the 54 Southern California and Nevada Farmer Boys restaurants and get lucky with their St. Patrick’s Day Scratchers. With each Farmer Boys purchase, you will receive a scratcher, containing a prize for FREE and discounted food, which you can redeem when you return, anytime until April 12.
Fazoli’s: The Irish are famous for loving a good surprise. So Fazoli’s is happy to play the Leprechaun. Download the Fazoli’s app, and on March 17, in the promo code section, type STPATRICK to unlock a surprise app savings. We don’t want to spoil it for you, but you may be the lucky recipient of deals like $2 off a $5 purchase or $3 off a $20 purchase. You just never know, Leprechauns are an unpredictable bunch.
Goldbelly: Like a pot at the end of the rainbow, you can easily have the most delicious cookies, cupcakes, Shepherd’s pie, corned beef and more delivered right to your door this St. Patrick’s Day from some of the best local restaurants in the U.S., even if you’re not local. Goldbelly is offering FREE shipping on many St. Patrick’s Day-themed food items, such as the St. Patrick’s Day Sprinkle Layer Cake from We Take the Cake. It’s $89. Or let Centerville Pie Co. hook you up with a Shepherd’s Pie for $69.
Kona Grill: St. Patrick’s Day becomes St. Patrick’s Week at Kona Grill. Starting March 15 and running through March 20, dine in at Kona Grill and enjoy green beer and Sake & Seltzer specials for $3. During happy hour and dinner, for takeout and delivery, enjoy Corned Beef Sliders for $6 each.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts: Get ready for your fan favorite. On March 16 and 17 the Original Glazed Krispy Kreme Doughnut is going green and so should you. Wear green and stop in for a FREE Original Glazed Doughnut —no purchase necessary. Also, starting March 11, Krispy Kreme will be introducing the Luck O’ the Doughnuts Collection, including the Gold Coin Doughnut, Lucky Sprinkles Doughnut, Lucky Unicorn Doughnut and Leprechaun Plaid Doughnut.
Logan’s Roadhouse: From March 17 through the 21st, get your annual St. Patrick’s green beer fix at Logan’s Roadhouse. Or, if you’ve got a shin-dig planned for home, order up a Roadhouse Party Pack. They serve between 10 and 12 people and come with a variety of options, starting at just $29.99.
Lucky Charms Cereal: Launching a limited-edition version of the original Lucky Charms cereal, this one will magically turn your milk green. Find them at Walmart.
McDonald’s: Whatever you do between now and March 17, make sure you get over to McDonald’s so you don’t miss out on the limited-time duo offered in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. It is officially Shamrock Shake and OREO® Shamrock McFlurry® season. Choose from the shake that features creamy, vanilla soft serve, blended with minty Shamrock Shake flavoring and finished with a whipped topping or the creamy, vanilla soft serve with Shamrock Shake flavoring and blended OREO® cookie pieces.
Miller’s Ale House: Several limited-time St. Patrick’s Day menu items are worthy of your hearty Irish appetite at Miller’s Ale House but you’d better not lollygag, as they’ll be disappearing after March 17. Try their Ale House Reuben for $10.49, featuring thinly sliced corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, 1000 Island dressing, served on crispy Rye bread and a choice of side. Their Irish Egg Rolls at $9.49 are authentic crispy egg rolls stuffed with corned beef, sauerkraut, bistro sauce & Swiss cheese. The Corned Beef & Cabbage at $13.99 will only be available from March 15 through the 17th. Be sure to wash it all down with an Irish Mule Pitcher for $13.99.
Mrs. Fields: Find St. Patrick’s Day Gifts as low as $29.99, including Luck of the Irish 30 Nibblers Tin at Mrs. Fields.
Omaha Steaks: Keep all of your Irish relatives satisfied on St. Patrick’s Day with an order from Omaha Steaks. For a small group, say three people or so, order up the Beef Shepherd’s Pie on sale for $19.99. Save 35% on the Classic Corned Beef Dinner (10 items total) at just $119.99. If you’ve got a family of four, you might enjoy the Build Your Own St. Patrick’s Day Feast, marked down from $187.45 to just $119.99. Or show your slow cooker some love with Omaha Steaks’ Corned Beef Slow Cooker Meal (18 items total) for $99.99 (a 41% savings).
Old Time Candy: In honor of St. Patrick’s Day and your luck, get 10% off any order at the Old Time Candy Company or spin the Lucky Savings Wheel to get up to 20% off.
Peet’s Coffee: From March 17 through March 24, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Peet’s Coffee is offering 35% off on the first shipment when signing up for Peet’s Coffee Subscription.
Red Lobster: Turn your home into a St. Patrick’s Day food festival with the help of Red Lobster. They’ve created a pile of inspiring St. Patrick’s Day recipes for you to download, featuring their famous Cheddar Bay Biscuits. Use them to cook up some Cheddar Bay Biscuit Corned Beef Sliders or Cheddar Bay Biscuit Mint Chip Ice Cream Sandwiches after ordering their key ingredients to take out or for delivery. You can also pick up Red Lobster’s Fish Fry Mix at your local grocery store.
TGI Fridays: Enjoy a little whiskey at home in honor of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day at TGI Fridays, but not in a glass. Get it glazed on your chicken breasts and ribs. Feed your entire clan of four to six people with The Whiskey-Glaze Bundle. It features six Whiskey-glazed chicken breasts, two racks of Whiskey-Glazed Ribs, choice of salad and two sides. It also comes with a half-gallon of freshly brewed iced tea or lemonade, starting at around $60.
TooJay’s Deli: From March 8 through March 21, TooJay’s Deli is offering five St. Patrick’s Day-inspired menu items, including their Famous Murphy’s Seafood Chowder, Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner, Chocolate Covered Irish Cream Cheesecake, Irish Breakfast and Irish Benedict. Getting your Irish on at home is easy with the help of TooJay’s as well. They’ve got St. Patrick’s Family Meal Bundles for $34.99 featuring a traditional Irish feast.
Yard House: For an appetizer fit for a true Irish, the Yard House is serving up Irish Loaded Fries, in-house or to go, on March 17 only. Starting at $12.95, this special appetizer features shredded corned beef, caramelized onions, melted jack and cheddar, House IPA white cheddar beer cheese sauce, sour cream, green onion and house-pickled jalapeños. If you’re staying in, you can back that baby up with an Ultimate Jameson & Ginger, starting at $10. If your plan is to do it up right at home, the Yard House is offering 32-ounce growlers to go at select locations.
Tracey Stewart is an Austin-based freelance writer, mother of two grown sons and a cat named Jake. She has a passion for seeking out affordable products that don’t sacrifice quality. When she’s not re-arranging, re-organizing and labeling everything in sight, she’s attempting to learn a new skill. Last year it was drywall repair. This year it’s knot tying.