Milwaukee St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Specials 2013

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The City of Milwaukee has the St. Patrick’s Day parade the weekend before the holiday, which leaves March 15–17 open for you to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! Proudly celebrate Irish heritage at Potawatomi Bingo Casino!


promo_fire-pit.jpgThe Blarney Pit

It’s time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at The Fire Pit in Milwaukee, or should we say, The Blarney Pit! The restaurant will offer up Irish breakfast favorites like green eggs & ham while corned beef and cabbage, Guinness® Irish Stew and Irish apple cake make perfect lunch and dinner options on St. Patrick’s Day.

promo_bar360.jpgDrink Specials

You’ll never find me pot o’ gold if you’re parched! Quench your thirst at The Blarney Pit all weekend long with pints of green beer for $2.50*, Guinness pub cans and Jameson® Irish Whiskey drinks for only $5 ($6 for a double).

Also on tap for St. Patrick’s Day is Smithwick’s® pints or black and tans featuring Smithwick’s topped with Guinness both for $4.

*Green beer pints available on the Casino floor, Bar 360 and The Blarney Pit all weekend long (while supplies last).

free-live-concert-in-milwaukee-leahys-luck.jpgLive Irish Music

Leahy’s Luck performs on Sunday, March 17 at 8 p.m. at The Fire Pit’s side bar. The band has been performing Irish folk music for twenty-one years, performing at festivals and performing arts centers throughout the Midwest. Their recordings reflect an evolution of scope and sophistication. While the band originated with brothers Tom and Brian Leahy, and their six children, all but one have left their hometown, pursuing careers all over the United States. Today, even world-renowned bayanist (button accordion), Stas Venglevski, has taken up his instrument to join the brothers to produce lively and accessible world music.

promo_buffet.jpgSt. Patrick’s Day Buffet

May your plate be ever full—full of Irish fare this St. Patrick’s Day at The Buffet!

Enjoy authentic dishes on Sunday, March 17 from 9:30 a.m.–7 p.m. like carved steamship of corned beef, carved prime rib, Guinness® Stout-braised chicken, oven-roasted parsnips, corned beef hash, Irish stew, mashed potatoes colcannon (with kale and roasted garlic) and more while supplies last.

Cost is $16 with Fire Keeper’s Club® card, $18 without card. 

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