March 17 is a day set aside for the Irish in everyone. Parties, live music, plenty of corned beef, cabbage and suds are in store throughout the St. Patrick’s weekend.
Food and drink specials will be a part of the St. Patrick’s Day festivities, including specialty corned beef and cabbage at the Ridge Club Deli and Happy Hour at the Bear Trap.
If you’re looking to venture out to celebrate your Irish, you can climb aboard South Tahoe Transit that will take you into the casino core and South Lake Tahoe.
Within walking distance to the Ridge Tahoe is the Fox & Hound, which will have the green beer flowing by the kegs, not to mention corned beef and cabbage. Further down Kingsbury Grade is Mott Canyon Tavern and Grill also known for turning out plenty of Irish-themed fare on St. Patrick’s Day.
Here are some other places and events in South Lake Tahoe worth checking out:
Festivities begin Friday with the annual Tahoe-Douglas Rotary St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. The event features a traditional Irish buffet, wine tasting, and one of the region’s biggest silent actions. The celebration runs from 6-10 p.m., Friday, March 14 at the Lake Tahoe Harrah’s Convention Center.
Music, Irish food and drink specials are a sure bet at McP’s Pub Tahoe. Felix and The Soulo Cats will be jamming with guests throughout the night.
MacDuffs Public House is South Lake Tahoe’s newest Irish-themed pub. Feast on traditional Irish favorites and soak in the atmosphere. Along with corned beef and cabbage, the menu features a Steak and Guinness Stew, Real Shepherd’s Pie and Bangers and Mash.
Celtic rock heavyweights the Young Dubliners, considered among the best in the Irish power band genre, will pour, toast and chug their own stout brand of hard-driving riffs this St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2014 at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa.
Known as Celtic rock’s hardest working band, Young Dubliners will play their hearty Irish songs with all the licks and plenty of riff built around hard-party working class anthems at this must-see, one-night-only concert. Opening for the Young Dubliners will be the bagpiping, didgeridoo Celtic rock band Brother. Tahoe’s best St. Patrick’s Day party kicks off at 8 p.m. inside Blu Nightclub with $1 pre-concert Irish beer specials. The show begins at 10 p.m.
What are your plans for St. Patrick’s Day in Tahoe South?