A national holiday in Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day has become a prominent part of American culture. This day we celebrate all things green and a culture that has become a prominent part of our world. St. Patrick’s Day marks the arrival of Christianity and the patron saints of Ireland. It is considered the most widely celebrated saints’ day in the world. The shamrock is a well known symbol for this day, and was originally a symbol created by St. Patrick to help explain the holy trinity.
Each individual celebrates this day differently, by attending church, wearing green or by simply enjoying the fabulous cuisine of the Irish. America is well known for celebrating this day with parades, food and of course, beer!
Our celebration of this day will include all things food. We are excited to present our Irish inspired dishes at the EFC this Saturday from 8 to midnight. Some of the dishes we will be featuring are sliced corn beef and cabbage, fried fish and chips, green curry crab cakes and more! See our menu (GreatTime) for more of what we will be featuring.
Looking for something fun to do? Join us Saturday! We hope to see you there.
Fun Fact: Did you know the original color for St. Patrick’s Day was blue?