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Wednesday's Top 10: Delicious St. Patrick's Day Food

Long Island restaurants are celebrating St. Patrick's Day all month long.

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Enjoy St. Patrick's Day, weeks before and on the day of, with these restaurants. You can get the party started as soon as today or wait until the weekend of St. Patrick's Day. There are many options for all Long Islanders.  Even if you’re not Irish, you can’t help but feel lucky, when you see these delicious ways to observe St. Patrick’s Day all month long. 

St. Patrick's day is celebrated by people around the world who raise their glasses to the Patron Saint of Ireland and all that’s green.  There’s no better way to celebrate than with a Guinness. After all, St. Patty’s Day and Guinness go hand in hand as the stout is among the most popular brands of Irish beer.  Guinness dates back to 1759 in Dublin when Arthur Guinness founded the famous brewery.

Traditional Irish foods are corned beef and cabbage, Irish Soda Bread, potatoes, Shepherds pie and Irish Coffee.  What could be more perfect for a St. Patrick's Day celebration than green food?  Don't forget to eat your green veggies

We've put together this guide of restaurants serving up Irish fare along with Irish music and green beer.  


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