The Parade,St Patrick’s Day takes places this Sunday, Sunday 17th March, the famed St Patrick’s Day parade through Central London – Piccadilly, Piccadilly Circus, Shaftesbury Avenue westbound from Cambridge Circus, Haymarket, Regent Street St James’s, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, Cockspur Street, Trafalgar Square and approaches, Whitehall and Whitehall Place.
Road closures take place on the whole route above, 11.30am to 8pm.
The food, it can only be Michelin-star Irish chef, Richard Corrigan’s restaurants, Corrigan’s Mayfair and Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill.
Throughout the week, Corrigan’s will celebrate with a specials menu featuring favourite Irish classics including slow cooked pork belly, Irish stew, royal fish pies, and Mammy Corrigan’s apple tart. More information
On Sunday, Corrigan’s will open for a 4-course menu, £49pp, including Irish Sunday Lunch. More information
Also, a special cookery class at Corrigan’s on Saturday 16th March, £250pp, 9.30am and to include lunch. A chance to learn chef Corrigan’s take on a few Irish classics. More information
Dickie’s Bar will be serving irish classics including Black Velvet and Irish Coffee and of course Guinness flowing. There will be even be a few bar snack favourites including salt cod croquettes. The Wales v Ireland match on Saturday 16th at 2.45pm, will be shown on the big screen.
Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill is celebrating with a Feast of St Patrick’s on Saturday 16th March, £70pp from 1pm, featuring all the favourites, Six Nations rugby and live music taking place. on Sunday 17th March, there will be a post-parade brunch, £70pp from 2pm. More information
Reservations are totally advised, either online, or by calling Corrigan’s or Bentley’s direct.
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