Feed your stomach and soul during St. Patrick’s Pancake Supper. Don your green and dive in as friends old and new gather around the griddles for a night full of laughs! A Dublin GA tradition, the Exchange Club of Dublin encourages you to feed your Irish spirit during Dublin GA’s “All You Can Eat” Pancake Supper.
Featuring all the pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, milk, orange juice, and a huge variety of different flavored syrup you can eat, the Pancake Supper is held on Thursday, March 14th beginning at 4 PM until 8 PM at Dublin Middle School located at 1501 N. Jefferson Street. Each batch of homemade pancakes is cooked fresh on a huge handmade griddle, and served up piping hot.
**Shuttle service is provided from 4 PM to 7 PM from Dublin Corners Shopping Center’s parking lot to Dublin Middle School.**
Watch as hundreds of pancakes are dropped onto the hot griddles and slowly turn, cooking to perfection. Bet you can’t eat just one plate!
Available to eat in or take out, the Exchange Club offers drive through to carry your breakfast dinner home. They will pile the plate high, and you can take the yum to go!
For information on more St. Patrick’s Festival events, visit www.dublinstpatricks.com
Dublin-Laurens County holds Georgia’s longest St. Patrick’s Festival every March! Dublin’s original festival kicked off in 1966, thanks to local radio personality, Dick Killebrew, who celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by playing Irish music and telling Irish stories and jokes. He felt the community should celebrate in honor of its Irish namesake, and others agreed. The first festival lasted for 11 days and included a Parade and the Pancake Supper, which are still celebrated today. The Festival has grown and changed over the years, and now includes six weeks of celebration. With a multitude of family friendly events, there is something for everyone!
Learn more about the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin GA HERE