New York Family: Kid-Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Dining

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Where To Eat In Manhattan On March 17

St. Patrick’s Day is one of my family’s favorite holidays! With a last name like Sullivan, how could it not be? Whether or not you intend to check out the parade–here are a few pubs in Manhattan where you can get some Irish grub that also welcome kids with special menus!  

Dublin6 – This fun restaurant and lounge in the West Village is open for dinner 7 days a week and brunch on the weekends. With Irish owners and an Irish chef, the Corned Beef and Cabbage and Beef & Guinness Pie is sure to please the most ascertaining Irish appetites.

Walkers - When we lived downtown, Walkers was OUR place for my husband to satisfy his Irish cravings on St. Patty’s day. The tables are covered with paper and the kids are welcomed with cups of crayons. This is a TRUE Irish bar so GET THERE EARLY if you want to avoid the over-served.

Jack Demsey’s - Adjacent to the Empire State building, Jack Demsey’s is a real Irish bar that features such authentic menu items (for the adults) as Bangers and Mash, Shepard’s Pie and Beef and Irish Stout Pie. With 12 tvs, you can be sure some Irish sports will be on. And we bet parade revelers will be sure to make this a stop.

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