Whether you are truly Irish or just faking it on the 17th, is no matter: corned beef and soda bread at are a delicious way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, the month of March or, well, just dinner.
Clark's only Irish pub serves up the tender salt-cured beef two ways. For lunch, it's on rye with mustard, plus a side of fries or potato salad ($7.99). For dinner, the corned beef is sliced and served with its signature mate, cabbage, plus boiled potatoes ($14.99).
Molly's soda bread is made in house from and sells yearround for $10. It also makes an appearance in the bread baskets at dinner, so those who won't polish off a whole loaf can have a sample.
Pair it all with – what else? – a creamy pint of Guiness straight from the tap.