St. Patrick's Day Guide

3 Ulster County Eateries to Visit on St. Patrick’s Day

These Valley restaurants deliver top o' the line Irish fare in March.


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Grab the whiskey, dust off the bagpipes, and start practicing your best jig. These Ulster County eateries are doing Saint Patrick’s Day right.


Deising’s Bakery & Restaurant 

111 North Front St., Kingston

This award-winning eatery offers a real-deal Irish repast, complete with corned beef and all the fixings, at its North Front Street restaurant. At the bakery, don’t miss out on the Irish soda bread, which flies off the shelf every year, and be on the lookout for Irish-themed cupcakes and other treats.



84 Main St., New Paltz

Throughout March, head to McGillicuddy's for house-made corned beef Reuben sandwich, Irish egg rolls full of corned beef and sauerkraut, Shepherd’s Pie, Irish nachos, and Irish potato soup. Celebrate the day right with a hearty meal and a Guinness or beer on tap.


The Anchor

744-746 Broadway, Kingston

Parade on over to The Anchor’s St. Patrick’s Day Brunch! The pub restaurant hosts a thematic fest with Irish food and drink specials from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on the big day. During the rest of the month, visitors can celebrate early with corned beef Ruebens on marble rye with a side of potato cheddar ale soup. Over 20 taps of local and American craft brews are available, along with seasonal cocktails.

Related: Discover the Origins of Corned Beef and Cabbage

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