St. Patrick's Day is a time for celebration of Irish history and heritage- as well as a time for partying for everyone. Whether it is your family, celebrating with corned beef and cabbage at home, or you and your best buds going out to a pub, Massapequa's got everything you're looking for this St. Patrick's Day. Here are a few places to check out to keep those Irish eyes smiling.
This Irish restaurant and pub has long been a place to go for St. Paddy's Day in Massapequa. Located at 5705 Merrick Road, go and enjoy some traditional Irish fare to the live music and bagpipers this holiday. There will also be promotions by Guinness on that special day in addition to a free buffet.
Celebrate all week long with this restaurant and pub opened in 1999 at 1286 Hicksville Road by Noel Cannon- born and raised in Ireland. Corned beef and cabbage will be served along with music for the whole family to enjoy. You can also just hang out at the bar and enjoy a glass of beer.
Having a drink with your friends at an Irish Pub is something many people plan on doing this St. Patrick's Day and Johnny McGorey's is a great place to do just that. Here you will find music, food and a good time this St. Patrick's Day. The pub is located at 131 Front Street.
The Irish Cottage
The Irish Cottage, located at 1010 Park Boulevard, is another place that you can celebrate at on St. Patrick's Day. The Cottage will be open for lunch, serving corned beef sandwiches and will also be great to stop by for dinner.
Rt McGrath's Pub
This pub will be in the St. Patrick's spirit this March 17th. With specials, atmosphere and some good old Irish spirit, it is sure to be a hit this St. Patrick's Day. Stop by 4145 Merrick Road to check it out.
Calvert Manor Bagels
If you're looking for a green bagel and cream cheese to start off your day, then you have come to the right place. Available in regular and mini size- these bagels are sure to be a hit with the kids. For large orders for the office or school, call a few days ahead at (516) 799-6528.
Are you planning on throwing a party of your own or just trying to get into the spirit? Party City has a wide assortment of decorations to spruce up your home and add some Irish flair. Party City is located at 5500 Sunrise Highway. Be on the look out for sales and specials as the day nears.
At the bargain price of a buck you can get fun decorations for this St. Paddy's Day. Green plastic shot glasses, Irish themed stickers and St. Patrick's Day signs can all be found here. So go ahead and go crazy because in the end this is one place that won't cost you a pot of gold to get everything you want.
Located just outside of Massapequa, in the Plainedge Shopping Center on Hempstead Turnpike, this arts and crafts store has plenty of activities and decorations for St. Paddy's Day. They have shamrock light sets, St. Pat's flags, festive doormats, and more. Aldo they have some great activity ideas for you and the kids to do together. They have St. Patrick's Day sweaters for bears, which is great because it is like Build- A- Bear at a fraction of the price. They also have holiday foam activity kits and wood projects that kids can paint and decorate the house with. They have already started sales on these items, so check out the weekly circular for prices and coupons.
Goodies for you and your party will be available at the Princess Bakery. The bakery is located at 1334 Hicksville Road and will be carrying a staple of St. Patrick's Day- Irish soda bread. Pick up one for your family to celebrate the day.
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