St. Patrick’s Day dining and drinking in Vegas

Corned beef and cabbage, fish ‘n’ chips, bangers and mash — to satisfy your Irish appetite, Las Vegas restaurants have a variety of specials, from a super-sized corned beef sandwich to the crunchiest of fish ‘n’ chips.

While we understand St. Patrick’s Day is primarily a beverage-laden holiday (see green beer,) eventually, you’ll need to grab some grub and when you do, this list should help.

It’s Rí Rá Irish Pub’s one-year anniversary and they plan on going big this St. Patrick’s Day.

“It’s going to be a great vibe. We have a lot going on,” says Scott Sherman, General Manager of Rí Rá Irish Pub.

From Irish dancers and bagpipes to Jameson girls and one big St. Patrick’s Day Parade, this Irish pub has you covered. Just in case you’re worried you won’t be surrounded by all things Irish, rest assured.

Holsteins' "Luck of the Irish" burger includes corned beef, regular beef and cabbage.

“On top of serving all of the core Irish products that we do and obviously our traditional Irish food, 25 percent of our staff are direct from Ireland,” says Sherman.

Most importantly, the food is a taste of Ireland. From house-brined corned beef, cottage pie, colcannon potatoes, to shepherd’s pie, beef and Guinness stew and Irish breakfast.

Hash House A Go Gooffers a few St. Patrick’s Day specials, including the “Pub Crawl,” a selection of house made corned beef on rye bread with Swiss cheese, caramelized onions and served with French fries for $12.95. For dinner, try The Dubliner, a corned beef brisket with bacon mashed potatoes and cabbage for $16.95.

Holstein’s Shakes & Buns at The Cosmopolitan is offering a “Luck of the Irish” burger, complete with 8-ounce beef patty, corned beef, Swiss cheese, green cabbage and Russian dressing on rye bread. This festive burger is served with fries for $16.

Sugar Factory at Paris Las Vegas is featuring a special St. Patrick’s Day menu for the occasion. The Irish Sandwich is made with corned beef and topped with mustard and vinaigrette dressed cabbage on toasted marbled rye bread and is $15. The Guinness Braised Irish Beef Stew, served with mashers and cabbage is $22.

For dessert, Sugar Factory has Green Velvet Fondue for Two, served with gummy bears, strawberries and house-made brownie bites, pound cake and marshmallows, priced at $23.

Green eggs and ham — the dish made famous by Dr. Seuss is being served at Rhumbar at The Mirage. In addition to drink specials like $4 green beer and $3 Jameson shots, you an also sink your teeth into a green egg and ham breakfast burrito for $8.

The Tea Lounge at Mandarin Oriental's festive St. Patrick's Day spread.

Jack’s Irish Pub at Palace Station features food specials from $1.99, like Irish soda bread, potato soup and corned beef sliders.

The Tea Lounge at Mandarin Oriental has a festive tea spread March 15 – 18. Additionally, the Irish Matcha Latte ($16) is a blend of Matcha green tea, milk, Bailey’s and whipped cream. With the beverage comes a mint chocolate financier cake.

Nine Fine Irishmen takes part in Celtic Feis — the three-day long event celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. But the authentic Irish fare like corned beef, shepherd’s pie and bread and butter pudding will all help fortify you for the weekend festivities.

The Pub at Monte Carlo will offer a la carte bites including Beer and Cheese Dip with country bread, Corned Beef and Cabbage with red potatoes and Guinness mustard and Sheppard’s Pie. Meanwhile, the Café at Monte Carlo also will feature a variety of festive dishes including Honey-Glazed Celtic Chicken, Crab-Stuffed Salmon and Maple-Glazed Loin of Bacon.

LBS at the Red Rock Resort will feature Corned Beef and Cabbage Burger made with shaved corned beef, Swiss cheese, braised “green” cabbage and Russian dressing served on a Marble Rye Bun with a side of French fries priced at $12.50. They’ll also have $5 Irish car bombs and shots of Jameson.

STACK at The Mirage is offering a Jameson pairing dinner on March 15. Menu items include Irish stout and braised lamb soup, shepherd’s pie and a Jameson pork belly slider for $75 per person.

The West Side Deli at Circus Circus offers a simple corned beef sandwich and potato chips for $6.99, along with $6 pitchers and $4 Guinness Draughts.

Public House at the Venetian is serving up Irish-inspired dishes including Shepherd’s Pie pierogies and a delectable Irish Coffee Cheesecake. Drink specials include $5 pints of green domestic beer, Irish car bombs and shots of Jameson.

Cafe Cortez at the El Cortez is offering a dining special on St. Patrick’s Day that includes corned beef and cabbage with broiled potatoes for only $6.95. The special will be served from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.