St Patrick’s Day might not mean much to Indians, but who doesn’t want a reason to party? In recent years, several watering holes and eateries have introduced specials for the Irish holiday.art and culture Updated: Mar 16, 2013 16:50 IST
St Patrick’s Day might not mean much to Indians, but who doesn’t want a reason to party? In recent years, several watering holes and eateries have introduced specials for the Irish holiday. And this year, among the more interesting offers is the one at The Irish House, a bar that has two outlets at Lower Parel and Kala Ghoda.
The all-day celebrations on Sunday include games and competitions, live music acts and even a pub-crawl from one outlet to the other, atop an open-air bus.
“It’s the first time we’re doing the pub-crawl. Last year, we couldn’t as we had only one outlet. By next year, we’re hoping to do an inter-city pub-crawl,” says Dina Shah, marketing head, Global Kitchens. “We’ve also focussed on more fun activities and games like Beer Pong, Man v/s Food and Chuglympics.”
At Rs 699, you can sign up for the pub-crawl, which entitles you to a goodie-bag, two drink vouchers, access to live performances and a ride on the bus, which includes plenty of games.
In addition, there will also be happy hours through the day on their ‘All Things Irish’ selection as well as a contest to win a trip to Ireland. Performances include DJ Osh at the Lower Parel outlet and Zedde at Kala Ghoda.
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On Saturday, Hard Rock Café, Worli, will have The Tommy Moore Band performing live. There will also be contests, a special cocktail menu and drinks like green beer and green jello shots.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Manchester United Café and Bar and drink to your heart’s content with the all-day long Happy Hours offer in which patrons will receive a free drink on every drink purchased. More offers available too. Call 43601111 for details.