Sauce Magazine – 10 ways to celebrate yet another St. Patrick’s Day during a pandemic in St. Louis

10 Ways To Celebrate Another St. Patrick’s Day During A St. Louis Pandemic

With the second time the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Dogtown has been canceled due to the pandemic, you may be looking for a place to get your luck with the Irish fix this week. These offerings from local restaurants will help satisfy vacation cravings, whether you’re spending a socially detached evening or bringing home a pot of gold.

West End Grill & Pub Serves Chef Jimmy Voss’ famous Reuben sandwich for $ 12, and corned beef and cabbage for $ 16.50. Now until March 17th or until supplies for the performance or dinner are exhausted. Reservations can be made online or by phone. 354 N. Boyle Ave., St. Louis, 314.531.4607,

Mike Duffy’s Pub and Grill served corned beef and platters of cabbage along with pepper jack potato soup for $ 14. Eat or take away at the Kirkwood and Richmond Heights locations by phone order. 124 West Jefferson Ave., No. 104, Kirkwood, 314.821.2025; 6662 Clayton Road, St. Louis, 314.644.3700,

Sugarfire Smoke House offers a Reuben Nature (potato chips, pastrami, chopped sauerkraut and Swiss cheese sauce with Thousand Island sauce on the side) for USD 12, a Patty Issue (three pastrami sliders with cabbage and Carolina mustard sauce and a side) for USD 12 and smoked Irish stew for $ 16 a liter. Dine-in, carryout or delivery possible on March 17th. You can order by phone on or before St. Patrick’s Day. multiple locations,

The Original Crusoe’s Restaurant serves its famous corned beef, which comes with fried garlic potatoes, slow-boiled cabbage, and baby carrots with brown sugar for $ 12. Don’t forget to ask for your own “Lucky Pot of Gold” to win prizes like gift cards, a free appetizer, and more. Available March 17, 19, and 20 for dinner and roadside pickup by phone and online ordering. 3152 Osceola St., St. Louis, 314.351.0620,

Beffas served corned beef and cabbage plates with rye bread and new potatoes for $ 12. Available for dinner or roadside pickup on March 17th when ordered online or by phone. 2700 Olive St., St. Louis, 314.571.9367,

Brew Hub Taproom offers its own take on the signature St. Patrick’s Day festival with corned beef and cabbage pizza for $ 14 and Reuben wontons for $ 10. Available until March 17 at 5656 Oakland Ave., St. Louis, 314.833.5453,

Clementine’s naughty and nice dairy farm sweeten your St. Patrick’s Day with some special holiday flavors like charmed (green and vanilla swirls), matcha mint chip, grasshoppa (made with crème de menthe) and PBR coffee ice milk. Execution and delivery possible from now until March 17th or longer, while stocks last. Multiple locations, 314.858.6100,

Knead Backhaus will offer A corned beef sandwich with mustard, mayonnaise, and pickled cabbage on his new marbled rye sourdough for $ 14. Roadside pickup and delivery with online ordering now through March 17th. 3467 Hampton Ave., St. Louis, 314.376.4361,

The art of entertainment offers a St. Patrick’s Day dinner for $ 13 per person that includes tossed green salad, corned beef and cabbage, parsley potatoes, and rye bread. Pick-up or delivery on the roadside by phone order by March 18th. 8796 Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis, 314.963.9899, ​​

Ding dong dish offers delivery options to bring the end of the rainbow to your home. The menu features a homemade Reuben Calzone with Russian dressing, a spinach salad with green goddess dressing, and an option between an Irish Car Bomb cheesecake or a Guinness cake for dessert for $ 25 per person. Available for March 17th delivery with a phone order and a $ 5 shipping fee. 314.439.1173,

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