St. Patrick’s Day
Corned beef and cabbage is by no means considered Ireland’s national dish, but emerged as an Irish-American cultural tradition in the 19th century. Today, Irish Americans widely celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a meal of corned beef and cabbage.
It’s a wee piece of the Emerald Isle in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood. For 2 decades Myles O’Reilly has been at the helm serving up…
Don your finest green attire join in festivities for the most widely-celebrated saint’s day in the world. San Francisco has plenty of outdoor actives and festive events throughout the city, including the St. Patrick’s Day annual parade and much more.
Shamrocks and bagpipes and shenanigans, oh my! Celebrate Irish culture at these family friendly events taking place St. Patty’s Day throughout San Francisco.
A drink precedes a story goes an old Irish proverb, which explains why on March 17th revelers will spend the day celebrating St. Guinness as much as St. Patrick in San Francisco.
If your preferred way to honor the Irish is pipers, green beer and corned beef with cabbage, say “top o’ the day” at these fine East Bay establishments
KCBS Food and Wine Editor Narsai David offers a recipe perfect for St. Patrick’s Day that’s coming up soon.
Feelin’ lucky? St. Patrick’s Day is approaching faster than you can say, “Give it a rest, Bono.” These are our saucy St. Patrick’s Day spots to knock back a Guinness, drop some green dye in your Harp and kiss a leprechaun.