You don't need to be Irish to enjoy these specials and celebrations for St. Patrick's Day here in Stockton. All you'll need is a sense of adventure and a love of good food and fun.
If you need to stock up on some St. Patrick's Day sweets for your home, be sure to visit Podesto's Market & Deli. They have a large selection that can provide just about anything you'll want to put out a nice, festive spread. Milk chocolate shamrocks, chocolates, cookies and and more are just waiting to make your friends green with envy.
Cast Iron Trading Co. announced their "St. Paddy's Shindig" taking place from 4-10 pm on St. Patrick's Day. Their menu is going Irish, featuring corned beef sandwiches, Irish Totchos and locally brewed Irish beer, among other offerings. There will also be live music from The Kelly Foley Band. The fun will be happening in Budd Alley, so you can still be safe while you celebrate.
You can't go wrong with the classics, and Whirlow's Tossed and Grilled is doing just that, offering corned beef and cabbage or a Reuben Sandwich and coleslaw special. Best part, you have multiple days to enjoy it, or you can go back and partake more than once. The special runs March 16-18.
You may be hoping for the Luck of the Irish so you can win the St. Patrick's Day giveaway thanks to a partnership with the Sherwood Mall, Macy's and Mac. The trio have teamed up to offer a $50 gift card plus three full-sized Mac cosmetics products. The winner will be drawn on St. Patrick's Day, so you'll have to hurry to get your name in the mix in time.
Fat City Brew & BBQ is putting their barbecue expertise to good use, offering a smoked corned beef special that's good starting Tuesday and runs through the rest of the week. So if you're one that likes to enjoy St. Patrick's Day on more than one day, then you'll have to add Fat City to your list of must-visit places.
What do you get when you cross Irish and Mexican foods? You get corned beef tacos from Octavio's, and they are amazing. It's not a flavor combo many have thought of before, but once you try it, you'll wonder what's taken the world so long. You can enjoy them from 4:00 to 8:30 on St. Patrick's Day.
Kings Card Club has crafted a stunning St. Patrick's Day menu featuring a corned beef brisket and slow-roasted cabbage and smashed red potatoes topped with horseradish cream. Pair that with one of several Irish-styled cocktails, and you've got yourself the makings of a perfect St. Patrick's Day meal. Pro tip, the Irish Mule is always a great choice.
Midgley's Public House is celebrating all week long with their corned beef sandwich lunch special. It features braised corned beef on a ciabatta roll with a side of fries. Put quite simply, it might just be the perfect lunch. You can make reservations on their website or by calling 209-474-7700.
If you like choices then head over to The Kitchen at Stonebrier where they have a St. Patrick's Day trio. You can go for the traditional corned beef and cabbage plate or a double stacked Reuben. If you want to try something a bit different but still within the day's theme, then order the corned beef tacos, topped with cilantro and onion pico. Any option is guaranteed to make you happy.
Several businesses on the Miracle Mile are partnering for a St. Patrick's Day Pop Up Shop in front of Purple Thistle Paperie & Gifts. The store will run from 3 to 6 pm and include Warewise Soap Co, Rosebud Baskets and henna art from Desi Hennawali. This is a terrific opportunity to find some fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day while also supporting local small businesses as well.
Another Great Blog from Our Expert TeamSend An Email