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So Fresh and So Green, Green

You won’t have to rely on luck to find St. Patty’s Day plans — just scroll down for a look at what’s happening this Thursday. We’ve been waiting months for an event list this long. 


  • Noon -until: Railhouse Brewery has pints as green as a 4-leaf clover. If beer isn’t your thing, they have other March specials tooDrink your greens.
  • Noon- until: Southern Pines Brewing Co. has drink specials that will shamrock your world with Thin Mint Prioress Bombs, Key Lime Fro-Seccos, and Scally Cap Brogue Irish Heavy’s at the downtown location. Sláinte. 
  • 11 a.m. -until: Time Out Sports Grill begins the “Ultimate St. Patty’s Day Shindig.” Wear green and bring your skills for a cornhole tournament with cash prizes worthy of the ‘gram. Make us proud.
  • 8 to 11 p.m.: The Jefferson Inn patio is open and karaoke is back. Wear green, do a jig and sing yer heart out.
  • 11 a.m. – until: O’Donnell’s Pub is selling limited edition shirts, serving up Irish food, and having live music from Matt Foley. Get Pubthumping.
  • 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.: James Creek Cider has green cider and live music from John Norris to serenade you while you sip. Top of(f) the evenin’ to ya.
  • 2 p.m. – until: Hatchet Brewing has an Irish Ale for your toasting needs and flights for the occasion. Meat and Greek food truck will also be parked for the fun. Trivia starts at 7 p.m. Well Ale be … you get the rest.
  • 11 a.m. – until: Pinehurst Brewing is showing their spirit with their new Stout and for a limited time — green beer. Stay pinch proof.
  • Noon – until: Southern Pines Growler Co. has $1 off your pint of gold at the end of the rainbow. Save some green.


  • 11 a.m. – until: Drum and Quill starts serving up Irish specials, from whiskey sours to Guinness stew … and corned beef, of course.Get shammered through the 19th.
  • 11 a.m. – until: Workshop Tavern is ditching their regular menu and serving up corned beef, cabbage, salt potatoes, and bangers and mash. At 3 p.m. the tavern switches to standing-room-only but you can still order takeout. We hope you can hold your car bombs.
  • 11 a.m. – until: The Bell Tree Tavern does it up every year. Just see above photo, and then say: Corned. Beef. And. Cabbage. Pour us a tall one.
  • 4 p.m. – until : Hickory Tavern starts serving up shepherd’s pie, corned beef and cabbage, and green beer. Live music starts at 7. Have a grand O’ time.
  • Beginning at 11:30: Get your fix of classic corned beef and cabbage, potato leek soup, and Guinness specials before dinner, which is 100 percent reserved at Dugan’s Irish PubFeast your eyes and your stomach.
  • 11 a.m. – until: Maxie’s Grill and Tap Room is enhancing their usual menu with, you guessed it, corned beef and cabbage stretching the par-tee to another corner of Pinehurst. Dive into this bar.


  • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. or while supplies last: The Village of Pinehurst is giving out lucky goodie bags to the first 200 children to show up to Cannon Park Community Center (210 Rattlesnake Trail). More on the pot of gold.
  • Cactus Creek is stocked with St. Patrick’s Day coffee chocolate bars to get you in the spirit. Check it out, lassie.
  • Pine Scone Cafe has Irish cream scones complete with semi sweet chocolate chips and a wee bit of Irish cream liquor. Leprechaun approved.
  • Agora Bakery & Cafe is baking up festive macarons with a Lucky Charms flavor and Irish cream flavor options. They’re magically delicious.
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