Unless you're hanging out at Charlie Sheen's Sober Valley Ranch tomorrow and trying to stay, um, sober, you're not going to want to miss our St. Patrick's Day Concert featuring the Toadies, Ishi and more. But if you're not going to make it to our party, we've got a few more suggestions for where to don your green and act like a fool. Just watch out for DPD.
The Old Monk, 2847 N. Henderson Ave.-- Opening at 11 a.m., serving Guinness beef stew and fish and chips until 10 p.m.
The Idle Rich Pub, 2614 McKinney Ave.-- Opening at 11 a.m., serving fish and chips, corned beef reubens and shepherd's pie until 10 p.m., music from The Whiskey Folk Ramblers and J Charles and the Trainrobbers
Humperdink's, multiple locations-- Special Irish menu available through March 17 featuring corned beef and cabbage and traditional Irish lamb stew, green beer on draft (wow -- really?), $2.99 Jose Cuervo and Jäger shots, $4.99 Irish Car Bombs and Blasters
Sullivan's Steakhouse, 17795 N. Dallas Parkway-- Serving the "Lucky Knockout," a blend of pineapples and Smirnoff Citrus Vodka, for $5 through Thursday
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