March is a pretty boring month. It’s longer than February, is usually pretty rainy and grey, and there aren’t anymore 3-day weekend holidays…But wait! St. Patrick’s Day is this month, and you know what that means – Guinness, green, and more Guinness.
Lucky for Downtown Bellevue, we have an Irish Pub right around the corner. Paddy Coyne’s, tucked into Lincoln Square, is the best place in town to “get your green on” in the month of March. “Green” meaning Irish fare, pints of beer, live music, and traditional hospitality (not solar energy or electric car green.)
On Monday night, you can grab a $4.99 steak at Paddy Coyne’s from 3pm – 9pm. Every Wednesday from 8pm – 1pm, they have live traditional Irish music to enjoy. Also, on Saturdays and Sundays you can treat yourself to their Irish breakfast (9am – 2pm) of Corn Beef Hash, Bangers & Eggs, Sailor Jerry Rum Mimosas, and other delicious things.
Twice daily at Paddy Coyne’s, they have happy hour featuring discounted appetizers and $3 drink specials: 3pm – 6pm and 10pm – midnight.
St. Paddy’s Day – March 17th
We can’t leave out the greenest day of all – St. Patrick’s Day! Paddy Coyne’s will be open at 9am that Wednesday, serving Irish fare all day long accompanied by live Irish music. Irish stepdancing will also be enjoyed, and festivities are sure to last into the night.
So make sure you wash that green shirt of yours in time because if you’re headed to Paddy Coyne’s on the 17th, you’re sure to get pinched without it! Forget the grey skies of March, and “get your green on.”