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Restaurants offer Irish dishes on St. Patrick’s Day

Central Kentucky restaurants are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with menu specials and Irish dishes. Here are some places to party.
■ Arches restaurant at ­Hemlock Lodge at Natural Bridge State Resort Park at Slade is celebrating Saturday with a buffet featuring corned beef brisket and cabbage, salmon cakes, shepherd’s pie, and bubble and squeak potato pancakes. Hours are 5 to 8 p.m. The cost is $16.95. Call (859) 425-4840.
■ Buddy’s Bar and Grill, 854 East High Street, will serve Irish food and ­entertainment beginning at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Call (859) 335-1283.
■ Caros, 113 South Upper Street, will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with McCarthy’s Irish Pub before, during and after the ­parade on Saturday (1 p.m. downtown). Irish stew, corned beef and cabbage and other Irish fare will be served along with the regular menu. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Call (859) 255-0039.
■ Engine House Deli, 9 West Lexington Avenue in Winchester, is celebrating its 25th anniversary on St. Patrick’s Day. Owner Bob Tabor said shamrock sundaes will be served Monday through Friday. Call (859) 737-0560.
■ The Glitz will reopen for the season on St. Patrick’s Day. The restaurant serves lunch Tuesday through Saturday, offering a three-course meal for $19.95. The menu changes every two weeks, and some of the featured items are chicken Florentine with smoked gouda sauce, artichoke pancetta tart, and Thai tilapia. Desserts include the traditional Nonesuch kiss and peach Melba crepes. The Glitz at Irish Acres Gallery is at 4205 Fords Mill Road in Nonesuch. Call (859) 873-6956.
■ Good Foods Market & Café, 455 Southland Drive, will offer an Irish menu Tuesday. The buffet features cod cakes, Dublin coddle, lentil shepherd’s pie and Irish root-veggie stew. Hours are 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Call (859) 278-1813.
■ Tuesday is chicken pot pie day at Hanna’s on Lime, 214 South Limestone, but on St. Patrick’s Day, the special will be corned beef and cabbage, and potatoes. Call (859) 252-6264.
■ Harry’s Bar will serve a free Irish buffet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on St. Patrick’s Day and door prizes will be given to the first 100 customers. Harry’s locations are 3347 Tates Creek Road, (859) 335-6500; 1920 Pleasant Ridge Drive, (859) 264-8023, and 3735 Palomar Centre Drive, (859) 977-2620.
■ Mulligan’s Gardenside Café, 1804 Alexandria Drive, is offering $1 off any Irish-themed item on the menu Tuesday. Call (859) 277-0071.
■ Ramsey’s Diners are serving corned beef and cabbage with Blarney vegetables, Irish stew and soda bread on Tuesday. Ramsey’s will have a float in the St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday.

Taste the lobster three ways
Jonathan at Gratz Park Inn, 120 West Second Street, has a deal for lobster ­lovers on Friday and Saturday. Chef/owner ­Jonathan Lundy is flying in fresh Maine lobsters and offering a three-course lobster-tasting menu that includes lobster bisque, lobster fennel slaw, and grilled beef ­tenderloin medallions with a corn pudding-stuffed half lobster tail. The cost is $36. Call (859) 252-4949or go to www.jagp.info. The St. Patrick’s Day menu on Tuesday includes house-made corned beef brisket.

Coney Island comes to Winchester Road
Detroit Coney Island is open at 911 ­Winchester Road, serving the same menu as the location on Lane Allen Road. The specialty is hot dogs, but gyros, ­hamburgers and fish sandwiches also are on the menu. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ­Saturday. Call (859) 280-9138.

Jimmy D’s adds dinner to its menu
Starting Wednesday, Jimmy D’s East Coast Café, 1395 West Main Street, in Meadowthorpe, will begin serving ­dinner ­featuring traditional Italian dishes. ­Included are ­lasagna, chicken piccata, ­eggplant ­Parmesan and veal marsala. Dinner will be served from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Call (859) 246-1708.

Columbia’s prolongs Night Hawk special
The Night Hawk special at Columbia’s Steak House has been extended for a while longer, owner Greg Penn said. The 8-ounce tenderloin, cooked in garlic butter, is served with a baked potato and Diego salad for $11.99. Columbia’s locations are at 201 North Limestone, (859) 253-3135; and 2750 Richmond Road, (859) 268-1666; and Columbia’s Steak Express at 125 Southland Drive, (859) 313-5300.

Allsports’ all-you-can eat offer

805 Allsports Bar, 805 North Broadway, now is open for breakfast serving all-you-can-eat gravy and biscuits for $3.95. A full breakfast menu is served from 6 to 11 a.m. Call (859) 425-4840.

Sushi lovers have a new place to try

Looking for a new sushi place to hang out? Try Sushi Friend.
The sushi bar, 4101 Tates Creek Centre Drive, also serves teriyaki and tempura. Specials include sushi for $1.50 apiece.
Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday and Wednesday through Friday; 5:30 to 10 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday; and 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Call (859) 271-0251.

Napa wines featured at Dudley’s tasting
The wines of Villa Mt. Eden and Conn Creek in Napa Valley will be featured at a wine ­tasting Thursday. Southern Wine and Spirits is ­providing the wines from 6 to 8 p.m. in Dudley’s Wine Room. The cost is $25. Hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Wines include Villa Mt. Eden grand reserve pinot noir, Russian River 2007, ­chardonnay 2006 and cabernet sauvignon 2007; and Conn Creek’s St. Helena cabernet 2005, Howell Mountain cabernet 2005 and Mount Veeder cabernet 2005.
Katherine Cotterill from Conn Creek and Villa Mt. Eden will conduct the tasting. Dudley’s Restaurant is at 380 South Mill Street. Call (859) 252-1010 or go to www.dudleysrestaurant.com.

There’s a new menu at A.P. Roots

A.P. Roots, which serves a number of Kentucky Proud products and grass-fed beef, has a new menu. Included are sausage bites with Vito’s Italian and ­andouille sausages made in Woodford County, Kentucky Ale cheese dip, pulled pork sliders with Mack’s spicy barbecue sauce, fried chicken, corned beef and cabbage, vegetable ragu, pork chops, lasagna and pizza. A.P. Roots is at 355 Romany Road. Call (859) 367-6687

Annette’s is throwing a Carnaval
Annette’s City Café and Event Center is hosting Carnaval, a celebration of the Brazilian culture featuring authentic fare, music and dancing. The buffet, 7 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday, is $40 a person and $75 a couple. There’s a $7 cover charge after 10:30 p.m. The café is at 431 Old Vine Street. Call (859) 296-6444 or go to www.annettescatering.com.

It’s never too late for Mardi Gras
Natural Bridge State Resort Park at Slade is having a Mardi Gras party Saturday, with Cajun music and Louisiana fare. The buffet features crawfish bisque, Louisiana roast pork loin, shrimp creole, bayou gumbo, and red beans and rice. The cost is $16.95. Hours are 5 to 9 p.m. Call (606) 663-2214 or 1-800 325-1710.

Quirk Café open during renovations

Quirk Café and Coffee, 131 East Main Street in Midway, is undergoing renovations, but it’s still open. Hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Call (859) 846-4688.
General manager Grayson Vandegrift said plans include “refurbishing the cozy ­basement with its brick floor and stone walls to add more space for Quirk Down Under and opening for dinner in early spring.”

The mike is all yours, funny guys or gals
Think you’re funny? Head to 805 ­Allsports Bar & Grill on Friday nights to try your hand at stand-up comedy. Mike Williams is the house emcee, and the ­microphone is open at 8 p.m. for anyone who wants to perform. The bar is at 805 North Broadway. Call (859) 425-4840.

Their Irish is up all day
Jean Farris Winery & Bistro is having an Irish celebration Saturday. There will be food, music and dancing from the Emerald Isle. The brunch menu offers an Irish fry-up breakfast, house-made scones, steel-cut oats, and lamb stew in a bread bowl topped with toasted mashed potatoes.
The McTeggart Irish Dancers will ­entertain from 6 to 9 p.m. The dinner menu includes black and white pudding, ­colcannon, lamb shanks, parsnip and apple soup, and chocolate Irish soda bread ­pudding with whiskey sauce.
The winery is at 6825 Old Richmond Road. Call (859) 263-9463 or go to www.jeanfarris.com.

Take comfort in buffet offerings
Campbell’s in Paris, 519 Main Street, is serving a comfort food buffet at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Featured are chicken and ­dumplings, meatloaf, winter vegetables and corn bread salad. The cost is $12.95. Call (859) 987-5164 or go to www.campbellsinparis.com.