The party kicks off on Thursday, March 17 from 11:00 AM until close. Shenanigans has lined up a full day of music for all to enjoy:
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Mulligan’s Stew
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Jerry Piper
8:00 PM – 11:00 PM Land Loch’d
Enjoy these rockin’ bands while you dine on Irish favorites, including corned beef and cabbage. Couple your delicious meal with one of their many festive drinks, including Guiness/Bass, Snake Bites, Car Bombs, and Glendalach Whiskey. Shenanigans also offers a great selection of draft and bottled beers for you to choose from.
So throw on your green, grab your friends, and head downtown for a full-day of Irish shenanigans at Shenanigans! They are not accepting reservations, so be sure to arrive early to get a table, 87 Chestatee St. North.
Be sure to secure a designated driver or call one of our local transportation services for a safe ride home.
P.S. – If you’re bold enough to mix your Scottish and your Irish, St. Patrick’s Day extends to Saturday, March 19 at the Crimson Moon Café in Dahlonega featuring Jamie Laval, a nationally-acclaimed Scottish fiddler hailed as “One of North America’s finest practitioners of traditional Scottish music”. Laval’s unique approach to traditional Celtic music blends the simplicity of an ancient art form with stunning virtuosity and contemporary flair that resonates with families, youth, seniors, and devotees of ethnic, jazz, and classical music. In 2002, Laval won the U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Championship which launched his career throughout the U.S. and Scotland as a devoted performer of Celtic music. Laval has appeared on the NBC Today Show, performed on Dave Matthews' platinum album Some Devil, and gave a private performance for Her Majesty the Queen. For more info on Jamie Laval visit: www.jamielaval.com . Order tickets online at http://www.thecrimsonmoon.com/