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Get your Irish on tomorrow with these St. Patrick’s eats around Tacoma

Post by Sue Kidd / The News Tribune on March 16, 2011 at 12:07 pm | 2 Comments »
March 16, 2011 12:07 pm

A handful of chefs have emailed menus for St. Patrick’s Day eating, and I’ll post more as I get them. My money goes on Charlie McManus for his fried white and black pudding (Yum, blood sausage). And colcannon. Click “more” for menu details.

From an email from chef/owner Charlie McManus, Primo Grill and Crown Bar:

“We are going long!! on St. Patrick’s Day in both Primo and Crown.
We’ll have Irish Stew, Champ and Colcannon, Oysters on the half shell (with pints) and fried white and black pudding at the Crown. At Primo- Guinness Braised Lamb Shank, Grilled lamb chops with caper mint salsa verde, Grilled salmon on Champ and Mushroom risotto with white and black pudding.”

Primo Grill
Where: 601 S. Pine St., Tacoma
Phone: 253-383-7000

Crown Bar
Where: 2705 Sixth Ave., Tacoma
Phone: 253-272-4177

From Anthony Shipman, the food/beverage director at Chambers Bay Grill:
St. Patrick’s Day at Chambers Bay Fresh sheet, March 17, 2011

Irish potato leek
Ballycastle Sausage roll served with colcannon with bordelaise | 10
Traditional corned beef and cabbage with boiled new potatoes | 14
Guinness poached salmon with rashers and colcannon | 19
Hot Reuben sandwich with caramelized onions, sauerkraut and horseradish aioli served on marble rye | 11

Chambers Bay Grill
Where: 6320 Grandview Drive W., University Place
Phone: 253-460-4653 ext. 112
Web here: Click

From C.I. Shenanigans

“C.I. Shenanigans is proud to serve its version of Corned Beef and Cabbage, an appetizing Corned Beef Sandwich, and sure to please the heartiest of appetites is the Irish Lamb Stew and Lamb Pot Pie.”

C.I. Shenanigans
Where: 3017 Ruston Way, Tacoma
Phone: 253-752-8811

St. Patrick’s Day dessert links here: My Jameson ice cream recipe from last year, and the Guinness ice cream I recipe tested in 2009.

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