11 St. Patrick's Day Food and Drink Specials in Metro Phoenix

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Padre Murphy's When: March 17, 10 a.m. Cost: $10 cover after 3 p.m. As one of the Valley's top Irish pubs, Padre Murphy's will definitely have a St. Patrick's Day celebration worth checking out. Aside from the customary corned beef and cabbage to complement the green drink specials, there'll be live music, leprechauns, clowns, face-painting, and more.

Nabers When: March 17 Cost: $5 Guinness, Car Bombs, and Corned Beef & Cabbage specials While Nabers has never been known to be an Irish eatery, the traditionally country-themed bar and grill will be getting in on the action this year. We can't speak for everyone, but $20 (plus tax and tip) for a Guinness, a plate of corned beef and cabbage, and a couple of Irish car bombs seems like a pretty good way to hit the ground running on St. Patrick's Day.

Thirsty Lion When: Now through March 17 Cost: Varies by plate Now that Thirsty Lion has locations in both Tempe Marketplace and Scottsdale Fashion Square, the gastropub has expanded its menu to feature some seasonal offerings for St. Patrick's Day. With dishes such as bacon cheddar potato cakes, a Rueben pizza, and Irish lamb burgers, you'll be able to get a taste of Ireland without being stuck with the same corned beef and cabbage to complement your choice of beer.

Paul Martin's American Grill When: March 17 Cost: $15 Corned Beef & Cabbage For another classic St. Patrick's Day meal, Paul Martin's will be serving up the traditional corned beef and cabbage dish, complete with baby carrots and red potatoes. From 3 until 8 p.m., you'll be able to pair your Irish plate with happy hour specials, like $5 beer and wine or $9 premium cocktails.

RA Sushi When: March 17 Cost: 2 for $25 Sushi, $2 Green Hot Sake, $4 Jameson, and more If you're not a fan of corned beef and cabbage, RA might be the place you want to check out. For $25, two people can split four items off of a restricted menu, plus edamame. Couple that with a variety of drink specials, like a $6 Kuronama Car Bomb, and you'll be able to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with an Asian twist.

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