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Four Fun Things: Irish Pubs

Four Fun Things: Irish Pubs

Two things are guaranteed in March: March Madness and St. Patrick’s Day. Need a good place to grab a pint of Guinness or a shepherd’s pie? Here’s some local Irish Pubs for you to enjoy on St. Patrick’s Day, or anytime.


The Irishmen
2923 Colby Ave, Everett

The Irishmen is downtown Everett’s place to get a pint and some traditional Irish fare. The shepherd’s pie is delicious, as well as their bar pretzel bites and french fries (Seriously. Their fries are insane). The Irishmen also host’s traditional Irish musicians almost every weekend.

Shawn O’Donnell’s
122 128th St SE, Everett

Shawn O’Donnell’s Everett location is ready for St. Patrick’s Day, with a ton of specials ready to go for March 17. They also have some tasty fish ‘n chips and bread pudding that’s to die for.

McMenamins Anderson School
18607 Bothell Way NE, Bothell

The Woodshop at McMenamins Anderson School is the place to go for eats while visiting this repurposed Jr. High in Bothell. The restaurant is in the former, well, wood shop classroom and boasts traditional Irish pub fare like Reuben sandwiches and ale-battered fish ‘n chips as well as pizzas and burgers.

Scuttlebutt Brewing’s Dirty Irish Brunch
3314 Cedar Street
If you’re looking to get your St. Paddy’s day drinking on, Scuttlebutt Brewing opens its doors for brunch instead of a late night drinkvenutre. Enjoy $10 green beer pitchers, shepherd’s pie, beer pong, cornhole and more from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

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