Where to get your corned beef on in Den­ver this St. Pa­trick’s Day

The Denver Post - - LIFE & CULTURE - By Allyson Reedy

We as­sume you al­ready know where you’re drink­ing for St. Pa­trick’s Day, but as drink­ing co­pi­ous amounts of green beer on an empty stom­ach isn’t rec­om­mended, we thought we’d give you some fes­tive food op­tions to help you avoid a case of Leprechaun’s Re­venge.

Racine’s: Three words: Car Bomb Pan­cakes. Start the day right with a stack of but­ter­milk pan­cakes topped with Jame­son Ir­ish Whiskey but­ter, Bai­ley’s Ir­ish Cream whipped cream and Guin­ness maple syrup. They’ve also got Ir­ish Cabbage Rolls and Corned Beef and Cabbage on the menu for lunch and din­ner.

650 Sher­man, Den­ver, 303-5950418, Raci­nesRes­tau­rant.com, Open at 7 a.m.

The Ir­ish Snug: To en­cour­age St. Patty’s Day im­bibers to eat some­thing in be­tween sips, the Snug is of­fer­ing $8 Ir­ish clas­sics like bangers and mash and its best-sell­ing fish & chips from 2 p.m. to mid­night. 1201 E. Col­fax, Den­ver, 303-839-1394, Ir­ishSnug.com The Post Brew­ing Com­pany: Be­sides serv­ing the req­ui­site Corned Beef and Cabbage, The Post is also host­ing an in­ti­mate, 10per­son, four-course Clas­sic Chicken din­ner and dis­cus­sion with brew­mas­ter Bryan Selders.

105 W. Emma St., Lafayette, 303-593-2066, PostBrew­ing.com, Open at 11 a.m.

Beast + Bot­tle: The pop­u­lar week­end brunch menu will be avail­able Fri­day, along with a spe­cial — what else? — Corned Beef and Cabbage Sand­wich.

719 E. 17th Ave., Den­ver, 303-623-3223, Bea­s­tandBot­tle.com, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Del Frisco’s Grille: Had enough corned beef and cabbage yet? How about Corned Beef and Cabbage Egg Rolls, then? Sounds le­git.

100 St. Paul St., Den­ver, 303-320-8529, DelFriscosGrille.com, Open at 11 a.m. ViewHouse Ball­park

(and Cen­ten­nial): Thank good­ness the Ir­ish eat some­thing other than corned beef and cabbage. ViewHouse has Reuben Tri­an­gles (flash-fried corned beef turnovers stuffed with sauer­kraut, green ap­ple, Swiss cheese and rye), Ir­ish Grinders (slow-roasted beef brisket, shred­ded cabbage and thou­sand is­land dress­ing on a brioche roll), Shep­herd’s Pie (corned beef, veg­gies and gravy) and Guin­ness Ir­ish Ched­dar Potato & Ba­con soup on the menu for St. Pat’s.

2015 Mar­ket St., Den­ver, 720-282-1555 and 7101 S. Clin­ton St., Cen­ten­nial, 303-848-3366, ViewHouse.com, Open at 11 a.m. Clancy’s Ir­ish Pub: It’s pretty much St. Pa­trick’s Day 365 days a year at Clancy’s, but it will be open­ing bright and early (at 7 a.m.) and serv­ing an ab­bre­vi­ated menu of Ir­ish fare (yes, there will be corned beef and cabbage) for the Big Day.

7000 W. 38th Ave., Wheat Ridge, 720-4567320, ILoveClan­cys.com The Abbey Tav­ern: Eat your beer in The Abbey’s Guin­ness Beef Stew, where — per­haps you couldn’t tell by the name? — the beef is ac­tu­ally cooked in Guin­ness.

5151 E. Col­fax, Den­ver, 303-321-5151, TheAbbeyTav­ernDen­ver.com

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Short ribs are a mighty fine stand-in for brisket, and the re­sult­ing pick­led meat slices and hashes just like any corned beef brisket.

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The Ir­ish Snug on E. Col­fax Ave. is of­fer­ing $8 Ir­ish clas­sics like bangers and mash and fish & chips from 2 p.m. to mid­night.

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