• Jarnard Sutton

18 spots to hit up during St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day is fast-approaching, and San Diego’s restaurant scene is ready to celebrate! In no particular order, be sure to head to these spots around the city with unbeatable St. Paddy’s Day specials infused with the luck of the Irish.

Pacific Beach AleHouse

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Known for being a neighborhood staple, Pacific Beach AleHouse is slinging delectable bites and house-brewed beers this St. Paddy’s Day. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., guests will enjoy a special brunch including Smoked Corned Beef & Eggs served with two eggs any style and breakfast potatoes, followed by a hearty St. Patrick’s Day dinner from 2 p.m. to close, consisting of Smoked Corned Beef & Cabbage served with boiled potatoes and Irish soda bread.

721 Grand Ave., Pacific Beach

Backyard Kitchen & Tap

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Pacific Beach-dwellers can start St. Paddy’s Day off right with brunch from Backyard Kitchen & Tap, featuring their flavorsome rendition ofCorned Beef Hash, crafted from potatoes, peppers, onions, poached eggs and chive hollandaise. For the late-risers, Backyard will keep the St. Paddy’s Day spirit alive with an offering of Leprechaun Poutine, a heaping plate of fries piled high with crispy corned beef, sauerkraut, thousand island dressing, Jameson cheddar and scallions, as well as classic Beef & Cabbage served with roasted baby carrots and confit fingerling potatoes, all bathed in mustard cream sauce.

832 Garnet Ave, Pacific Beach

Union Kitchen & Tap Encinitas

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