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St Patrick’s Day specials and latest Utah menu updates

Flanker - central circular bar area (Gastronomic SLC)

This Sunday (March 17th) is St Patrick’s Day and with it, a deluge of menu updates, both food and drink. Here are the notable spots and specials you might want to catch this weekend:

Flanker Kitchen + Sporting Club

It’s a two-day event at The Gateway’s Flanker. Starting on the 16th, the restaurant opens early at 11.00 a.m. for brunch. Alongside live Irish folk music, special dishes include:

  • Corned beef and cabbage, Guinness-braised corned beef served with red and green cabbage and boiled potatoes, $22
  • Shepherd’s pie, layers of braised beef, peas, corn, mashed potatoes, and topped with cheese, $20
  • Bread pudding, served with whiskey butter and pecans, $9

Drink specials on both days include:

  • $5 Green Bud Light draft
  • $7 Guinness draft
  • $7 Jameson shots
  • $13 The Irish (Guinness and Jameson shot)

Feldman’s Deli

Top of many folk’s lists for obvious reasons. Feldman’s will celebrate on Friday and Saturday nights this year, providing Celtic music 6.00 – 7.30 p.m. Aside from the fabulous selection of seasonally-apropos sandwiches – the restaurant will also offer a corned beef and cabbage special, for both lunch and dinner.

Apres Pendry

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at this Park City resort. Enjoy Irish-inspired specials at Après Pendry from 11 a.m. – 10.00 p.m., alongside whiskey and beer specials.

Bewilder Brewing

Three new beers on tap include an Irish stout, a fan-favorite Irish Lager, and leprechaun tears (green glitter beer). The brewery also promises, “we will have your favorite classic Irish food items.”

Copper Canyon Grill & Tavern

On Sunday, March 17, diners can enjoy lamb stew ($10) or corn beef cabbage sandwich on soda bread ($18) in addition to the normal menu. Pair it with Guinness nitro stout ($9) or an Irish mule ($14).


It’s an all-day party at this downtown bar. Doors open at 11.00 a.m., and music starts at 5.00 p.m. As well as the live music expect green beer, a special corned beef & cabbage, lamb stew, a photo booth, and “a chance to win a pot of gold”.

Huckleberry Grill

St. Paddy’s special of tri-tip steak shepherd’s pie with Irish soda bread (courtesy of The Baker’s Fusion) and whipped huckleberry butter. Whiskey bread pudding for dessert.

Escala Provisions Company

Specials include a mesquite-smoked turkey Rueben, green beer flights, and Jameson mule cocktails.

Little America

The Coffee Shop at Little America Hotel will be featuring a special St. Patrick’s Day menu this year. Available from March 15-17, the menu includes traditional Irish favorites such as:

  • Corned beef and cabbage with red jacket potatoes, and horseradish sauce, served with soda bread
  • Irish stew with carrots, parsnips, leeks and potatoes in a savory broth, served with soda bread
  • Shepherd’s pie with ground lamb, potatoes and steamed vegetables
  • Grasshopper pie with chocolate sauce
  • Leprechaun chocolate mousse

In addition The Coffee Shop will also be offering $15 specialty drinks for the occasion including:

  • Irish whiskey with Tullamore Irish Whiskey Dew, ginger liqueur, ginger beer, lime juice, cherry and rosemary garnish
  • Pot of gold with vodka, elderflower liqueur, mint and cucumber garnish
  • Irish mule with Jameson Irish Whiskey, lime juice, ginger beer and mint
  • Leprechaun with Tito’s vodka, midori, sweet and sour, mint and lime garnish

Lucky 13

It’s a five-day party at L13. The bar writes that there will be, “5 day’s of food, drinks and bagpipes. Pair our famous Lucky Irishman Burger with a Guinness and Irish Breakfast Shot. Keep an eye out for our St. Paddy’s Merch!”

St. Regis Deer Valley

Brasserie 7452 will serve specials (11.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.) of shepherd’s pie, beer braised sausage with cabbage, and corned beef sandwiches; including drink specials Irish mule and black velvet, and dessert creations. Enjoy Irish après and Irish rock at The Vintage Room from 2.00 – 7.00 p.m. including a bagpipe intro and outro at The champagne sabering.

Xiao Bao Bao

For a completely left-field foodie pick, check out the new seasonal bao at this downtown grab-and-go. The latest menu update at XBB is the beef bao – tender beef in a rich Guinness-powered stew. Still not tried this one? Here’s my initial preview from last year.

Salt Lake Brewing Co in dowtnown Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Brewing Co in dowtnown Salt Lake City

Salt Lake Brewing Co

March is “guilt free dessert” month at the celebrated Utah brewer.  Every restaurant in the group’s portfolio picks a non-profit that is special to their team; for $6.00, a guest can purchase a black and tan brownie and feel great about doing so, with 100% of the sales going to the non-profit in question. 

Nicholas & Co. donates the ingredients with Salt Lake Brewing Co. matching the donation to the non-profit of the restaurant that sells the most.  Prizes are also awarded to top-selling servers at each location too. A full list of the locations and causes supported include:

  • Squatters Pub Brewery Downtown Salt Lake City – Boys and Girls Club of Utah
  • Wasatch Brew Pub Sugar House Salt Lake- Taylor Hagen Memorial Foundation
  • Salt Lake Brewing Co. Airport Pub – Best Friend’s Animal Sanctuary
  • Wasatch Brew Pub Airport- Best Friend’s Animal Sanctuary
  • Top of Main Brew Pub – Nuzzles & Co.
  • Park City Roadhouse Grill- Paws for Life

Urban Hill

Recipient of this year’s outstanding restaurant award by Salt Lake Magazine has a new special hitting the table this month. The “tableside s’mores” arrive with all the fixings right at your tabletop – enough to create six delicious s’mores. To enhance the experience, the restaurant has also partnered with Solo Stove and Hedley and Bennet to present and perfectly roast the marshmallows. This dessert experience is priced at $22.

Scion Cider

One of Utah’s most unique bars has now updated its hours to include Monday. This is particularly notable as the Central 9th cider bar now makes a perfect venue to enjoy Central 9th Market’s Monday burger special. For the uninitiated, the weekly special at C9M is one of the most hotly anticipated popups on the weekly dining calendar. Each Monday the market/cafe crafts a concise menu of burgers, considered by some as the best burger in town. The only catch is that the business offers no indoor seating.

The new Monday opening hours means you can enjoy this weekly special at both Scion and Water Witch around the corner. A word of warning, the lines form quickly for this one, and the business routinely sells out. Get there early.

Kona Grill

With March madness in mind, the Riverton recent arrival has a new grab-and-go option, available from March 19th, to Monday, April 8th.

The game on sliders & sides package features 12 KG sliders accompanied by sides of mac & cheese, mashed potatoes, and fries – priced at $59. A sushi variation offers an assortment of Kona Grill’s signature sushi, priced at $69.

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