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Need to refuel from all the jiggin’ around town? Dublin GA does food right all year round, but during the month of March, we eat like Irishmen (and Irishwomen)!


The Meat and Potatoes

Keep moving with a hearty meal of finger-licking goodness from Holy Smokes BBQ, or indulge in a platter of local cuts of beef from Sundown Cattle Company at Company Supply. Just add beer. And make it a green one starting on St. Patrick’s Day, while supplies last. Speaking of green, fill up on good old fashioned Southern greens and okra as a side to your perfectly juicy lunch entree from Hometown Grill! The Irish Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner is the ultimate way to indulge your Irish belly, but this is only a one day affair, so plan accordingly.


Emerald Isle

Geography quiz! Did you know that Ireland is an island off the coast of Europe? Fresh seafood, like salmon and oysters, are staples of Irish meals. Saltwater Fishery‘s Baked Oysters Dublin are leprechaun approved. Head upstairs to the Flybridge Rooftop Bar on Saturday, March 12th for amazing views and and an authentic Irish experience at Pub Night with Harry O’Donoghue.


End of the Rainbow

Find the real pot o’ gold with a “sack o’ Jack’s” sliders or a bag of biscuits from Lou Ann’s. Both Dublin GA staples have been filling lucky bellies for decades. While we are on the subject of all things flour, Pancake Day is an Irish tradition. In the old Irish days, it was a way to get rid of eggs and dairy products before Lent. In the spirit of the Irish, Dublin GA has its own Pancake Supper as part of the St. Patrick’s Festival!


Local International Flavors

A real Irish pancake is more like a crepe. Look no further than the Latin Phoenix Creperie where you can also find authentic Puerto Rican dishes. Hours can vary, so be sure to check their Facebook page.

Irish and Italian both start with the letter ‘I’, so they must be related, right? Just codding around! Deano’s Italian offers award-winning pizza served fresh from the brick oven. Stop in to chill with an Iced Dublin Coffee with an Irish twist (hint: it’s Jameson).

Whisk your tastebuds away to the St. Patrick’s Day Dinner at the Page House Bed and Breakfast on Super Saturday, March 19th at 6:30 PM!

The perfect way to end Super Saturday is with Super Sunday Brunch on March 20th! Be sure to click the link and purchase your tickets.

Still Hungry? There is always more to EAT!

Photo Credit: Saltwater Fishery via Facebook