8 Local St. Patrick’s Day Dining Deals

Madison RutherfordMarch 15, 2021
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Local restaurants are getting in the St. Paddy’s Day spirit with special drink and dining deals. Whether you want a Kelly-green brew or some classic corned beef and hash, here’s where to dine in or take out this Wednesday, March 17.

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Pedal Haus Brewery
This East Valley (and soon-to-be Downtown Phoenix!) gastropub pairs elevated pub grub (think burgers and pizza plus an extensive gluten-free and vegan menu) with its award-winning brews. This Wednesday, you can also pair that with live music, Irish-inspired décor, all-day happy hour and St. Paddy’s Day drink specials.
Here’s the deal: Of course, there’s plenty of green beer to go around, plus its newly released Irish stout, Jameson and green tea shots, all for just $4 each.
Two Valley locations, pedalhausbrewery.com

Miracle Mile Deli
Miracle Mile has been serving award-winning sandwiches and other delicious New York-style delicacies for more than 70 years. The deli is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day all week long with dine-in, takeout and curbside pickup specials.
Here’s the deal: Corned beef, cabbage, Irish potatoes and Noble rye and butter for $15, plus a family-style feast for $55 and a Shamrock shortbread cookie for $4.
4433 N. 16th St., Phoenix, 602-776-0992, miraclemiledeli.com

Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen
Weft & Warp, an art-adorned restaurant and lounge located in Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows, recently launched a fun happy hour dubbed “Sundowner Hour.” From 4:30 to 6:30 daily, patrons can enjoy light bites and cocktails accompanied by stunning sunset views.
Here’s the deal: St. Paddy’s Sundowner specials include corned beef sliders for $7 and a festive cocktail called the Wicked Leprechaun featuring melon liqueur, vodka, lemon and orange juice for $8.
6114 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, 480-214-4622, andazscottsdale.com

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Chompie’s Restaurant, Deli and Bakery
We love Chompie’s for its world-famous bagels and giant black and white cookies, but this St. Patrick’s Day, we’re looking forward to its traditional Irish feast. An all-you-can-eat Irish dinner is available for dine-in guests, while a single-serve meal is an option for takeout.
Here’s the deal: For $23.99 per person, get all-you-can-eat corned beef, broiled red potatoes, cabbage and fresh-baked Irish soda bread and Lovey’s Leprechaun Dessert for a sweet finale.
Five Valley locations, chompies.com

Wally’s American Gastropub
It’s St. Patrick’s Day all week at Wally’s, a popular neighborhood bar and restaurant located at the Shops at Gainey Ranch. Irish-themed specials run all day until Friday, March 20.
Here’s the deal: Think Rueben sandwiches ($16), corned beef and cabbage ($22) and a bowl of Guinness and beef stew ($12).
7704 E Doubletree Ranch Rd, Scottsdale, 480-596-7978, wallysgastropub.com

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Phoenix City Grille
We can’t get enough of PCG’s award-winning green chile skillet cornbread, queso fundido and veggie platter, so we can’t wait to try the corned beef meal the Valley dining institution is cooking up this Wednesday.
Here’s the deal: House-braised corned beef with chipotle-Dijon glaze, scalloped cabbage and roasted root vegetables for lunch ($16) or dinner ($22).
5816 N. 16th St., Phoenix, 602-266-3001, phoenixcitygrille.com

Match Market & Bar
Guests can get a taste of the Emerald Isle this Wednesday at FOUND:RE Hotel’s onsite eatery, known for its elaborate-yet-approachable themed dinners. St. Patrick’s Day specials are available all day, so you can start early or stop by after work.
Here’s the deal: Traditional corned beef sliders with swiss cheese, sauerkraut, horseradish aioli and pickles on a sweet roll are served with roasted veggies for $13. Get Jameson shots for $6 and green beer for $5 at the bar.
1100 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-875-8080, matchphx.com

Trapp Haus BBQ
This ever-popular barbecue joint goes green for St. Patrick’s Day. Lucky patrons can enjoy traditional Irish dishes, plus Trapp remixes like bangers and mash with a down-home BBQ twist.
Here’s the deal: Snag a classic Reuben sandwich for $12.50 or the house-made Banger and Trapp, a smoked hot link over crispy mashed potatoes with cheese, BBQ sauce and crispy onions for $12.99.
511 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, 602-466-5462, trapphausbbq.com 

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