Philly Celebrate's St. Patrick’s Day

Philly Celebrate's St. Patrick’s Day

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Philadelphia, PAPhilly Celebrate's St. Patrick’s Day - To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Baker Street Bread Company is going full-on Irish with a line-up of delicious bakes from the Emerald Isle. This week, bread lovers and Irish alike can grab a hearty Irish Soda Loaf ($7), snag a few tasty Irish Soda Scones (mini: $1, large: $2.75), or enjoy an Irish-American inspired sandwich.

For lunch, patrons can dig into The Tri-Colored Corned Beef Sandwich ($9.50), a double-decker creation with corned beef, chopped veggies, and a wedge of Irish Soda Bread on the side. This piled-high sandwich is inspired by the Irish flag, with the green and orange vegetables coming together on a marbled white bread amidst liquid layers of corned beef.

These Irish creations are available all week at Baker Street Bread Company’s Chestnut Hill Bakery and Café. 8009 Germantown Avenue | 267-336-7410 |

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For those hosting their own St. Patrick’s Day party this year, Lee Noble, Mixologist at Art in the Age, Old City’s one-of-a-kind tasting room, home bar supply, and bottle shop, has created the Ginger Prince, a festive cocktail made with AITA’s newest innovation, Ginger Quince Cordial. This St. Patty’s Day tipple, boasting orange and cold-pressed carrot, is sure to have everyone feeling lucky this weekend, not just the Irish. 

Cocktail Name: Ginger Prince

  • Ingredients:
    • 1 oz Ginger Quince
    • 1 oz Brothership Irish American Whiskey
    • 3/4 oz Cold Pressed Carrot
    • 1/2 oz Pressed Cara Cara Orange
    • Parsley garnish
  • Preparation Procedures:
    1. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice
    2. Shake and fine strain into a chilled coupe glass
    3. Garnish with parsley

Ginger Quince retails for $49.99 and is available at Art in the Age while supplies last. 116 North 3rd Street | 215-922-2600 |

On St. Patrick’s Day, Urban Farmer, located off the historic Logan Square, will be offering two delicious Irish specialties. For brunch, patrons can enjoy the Irish-American favorite, Corned Beef Hash ($18), with beets, kale, fingerling potatoes, sunny egg, chive, and béarnaise. To round out the day, the classic Irish Shepherd’s Pie ($17) will be available for dinner with peas, carrots, ground lamb, and Yukon potatoes.  1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215-963-2788 |


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