Eight Great Things to Do This Weekend – St. Patrick’s Day Edition

ONE: Cobblestones of Lowell transforms into “O’Cobblestones” this Friday as the Lowell standby celebrates its 23rd St. Patrick’s Day in the Mill City. Enjoy a traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner alongside a number of Irish-inspired drink specials or some good old-fashioned Guinness.

TWO: Seaglass Restaurant & Lounge is holding a special St. Patrick’s Day Party on Friday from 6 to 10 p.m. Irish dinner specials will be served up with live music and Jameson whiskey samplings. Plus, enter the restaurant’s Pot o’ Gold Raffle for a chance to win great prizes, including gift cards!

THREE: Both the Haverhill and Nashua, N.H. locations of The Peddler’s Daughter have a full slate planned for St. Patrick’s Day this Friday, including their annual “Kegs & Eggs” Irish Breakfast; a special menu including corned beef and cabbage; and live music until late into the night.

ONE: Grab a glass of Guinness at Cobblestones of Lowell’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

FOUR: Nashoba Valley Ski Area’s The Outlook Restaurant is doing their own St. Patrick’s Day Dinner, complete with parslied potatoes, Irish soda bread and more. Live entertainment will accompany mealtime from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

FIVE: Catch Methuen musician Sean Lebrun’s sunny brand of pop rock alongside a Coole Swan liquor tasting and a plate of that classic, stick-to-your-ribs Irish supper at Fuse Bistro‘s Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner. The liquor tasting begins at 5 p.m., Lebrun starts at 8 p.m. and the beef will be served until there isn’t any left!

SIX: Beloved Manchester, N.H. Irish joint The Shaskeen Pub & Restaurant wouldn’t miss St. Patty’s Day for the world, and so they’ve got a whole host of things planned. You’d be hard-pressed to find another place serving their first pints at 6 a.m., for one thing — the perfect accompaniment to wash down their delicious Irish breakfast!

EIGHT: Tony Kenny’s Irish Celebration at Rogers Center for the Arts.

SEVEN: Wamesit Lanes Family Entertainment Center is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with everything from green beer, to a Guinness tasting, to a corned beef sandwich special. Live entertainment will be provided by Brian Weeks.

EIGHT: We wanted to squeeze at least one non-food-related things in here, so here’s the first: on Friday at 7:30 p.m., catch beloved Irish entertainer Tony Kenny’s Irish Celebration at Rogers Center for the Arts, supported by his daughter Victoria Kenny, “all-around entertainer” Seamus Kennedy and the Trinity Irish Dance Company.

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