Take your lads, lassies, and taste buds on a trip to Ireland during the St. Patrick’s Day Dinner at Page House Bed and Breakfast on Saturday, March 9th at 6:30 PM. Titillate the senses with mouthwatering courses in an impeccable setting that deserves a “blasta”!
With traditional Irish dishes that’ll have you leaping like a leprechaun, the St. Patrick’s Day Dinner at the Page House Bed and Breakfast is the perfect pot o’ gold at the end of the Super Saturday rainbow. Your meal includes: bread, an appetizer, choice of entree & dessert.
Irish Soda Bread
(Baked fresh by Innkeeper)
When you were growing up, did you hear a rumor about leprechauns finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? Maybe it wasn’t gold after all but Irish soda bread… As far as breads go, it’s as good as gold!
Bangers & Mash
Fresh local sausage chargrilled and served with onions, peppers, and buttery garlic mashed potatoes.
This Irish favorite is fresh seasoned ground beef mixed with peas, carrots & onions, baked in a pie shell, topped with mashed potatoes & drizzled with delectable beef gravy.
The Drunk Chick
Cornish hen braised in Irish beer and vegetables, oven-baked & served with smashed red potatoes. This lass is a pub favorite!
So Help Me Scrod
Ay! Don’t let the name cause you fright! This North Atlantic favorite is flaky white fish coated with buttery cracker crumbs & seasonings, baked in white wine and butter & topped with tarragon hollandaise. It is served with Dunmurry rice and fresh sautéed spinach and leeks.
Guinness Chocolate Cake
Beer AND cake??? You’ll be surprised by how good this combination is when Innkeeper JoAnn mixes dark Irish stout beer in delicious chocolate cake!
Beer & Wine are available for purchase.
Reservations required. Call to reserve a table for St. Patrick’s Day Dinner: 478-275-4551
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The night doesn’t have to end after the last course, book one of their luxury suites or impeccably appointed rooms with a private bath. The Page House Bed and Breakfast now offers seven rooms to delight you! Book your experience online by visiting Reservations.
Step back to 1903 when TL Griner began construction Page House, an 11-room, 7,000 sq. ft. Classic Greek Revival home often described as one of the grandest homes south of Atlanta. The House featured Tiffany-style stained-glass windows, the only private home in this area of the state with a ballroom, 12-foot ceilings, interior Ionic columns, and picture moldings sealed with silver then brushed with gold, and much more.