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The Edible Web: St. Patrick's Day Edition
Posted by Charlie Harris

Hide your wife. Hide your kids. The holiday of St. Patrick has fallen on a Saturday. March Madness is in full swing, as well. With the confluence of St. Patty's day revelers and maniacal basketball fans, America's sports bars may need to look into purchasing riot gear. St. Patrick's day need not be just about green watery beer and fighting crowds at tacky college bars with crap on the walls, however. Why not have a proper drink and some legitimate Irish food at one of the best locally owned Irish restaurants in the country? Some of the most notable ones include Irish Bank in San Francisco, The Harp in Cleveland, McGillan's Olde Ale House in Philadelphia, Chief O'Neil's in Chicago, Matt Murphy's Pub in Brookline, MA, and The Local in Minneapolis. 

If you're in (or going to) Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Philadelphia, New York, Sacramento, San Francisco, or Washington D.C, take a gander at some interesting pub crawls in your area


Serious Eats presents  25 Green Recipes for St. Patrick's Day. Sadly, none involve green Jell-O. 


For those avoiding the crowds entirely by staying at home, Chow demonstrates  how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness from the can.


Continuing the home bartending theme, Toby Maloney of  The Violet Hour in Chicago shares his recipe for  Maloney's Irish Cream via Bon Appetit.  


Food Republic provides a hearty recipe for  beef and Guinness stew


Cladagh McKenna gives insight on  How the Irish Really Celebrate St. Patrick's Day, via Food Republic. 


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