In keeping with the little-‘c’ catholic nature of Irish identity in this city, every New Yorker we’ve asked has a different favorite pub.
We’ve got the recipe from Pouring Ribbons.
They’ll go through 700 pounds of corned beef.
With St. Patty’s Day coming up in a few short days, we’ve got Ireland on the brain. As we sit at our desks, typing away, we can’t help wishing we were munching some Irish soda bread and drinking a Guinness in Dublin instead.
Back at the tail end of last year, the brewers behind Pennsylvania’s Sly Fox (owned by one Brian O’Reilly) and Shmaltz Brewing Company from Upstate New York got the idea to do a Hanukah-Christmas beer challenge. The follow up–St. Pat’s v. Purim, naturally–will be held tonight, March 7, from 7 to 10 pm at Jimmy’s No. 43.
Thanks to modern Irish cooks like Darina Allen, who embrace Ireland’s copious natural resources (salmon, cheese, and so on) it’s now been years since an…
More than one bartender I know has joked that today the amateurs are out; meaning those who don’t frequently belly up at McSwiggen’s for…