Shrimp heads aren’t the only things turning green in Shanghai! This weekend celebrate your Irish heritage/get sauced until your face is greener than the Qingdao Coastline, at one or more of these five festive St. Paddy’s Day bashes.
Boxing Cat Brewery: From March 15-17, both Boxing Cat locations are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with all-day happy hours on their special Lucky Leprechaun Lager. Noms include corned beef and cabbage, shepherds pie, and Irish potato soup. And if you dress up as a leprechaun, your first two beers are on the house! Email [email protected] for more info!
35RMB // 10am-2am // Boxing Cat Brewery // Addresses of both locations here.
Dos Locos: St. Patrick’s Day is probably not the first thing that springs to mind when you think of a Chipotle knockoff serving Tex-Mex. Then again, what’s greener than all-natural ingredients and guacamole, which you’ll get complimentary with each entree from March 15-17 at Dos Locos. They’ll also be offering jumbo green margaritas for only 35RMB.
10am-10pm // Dos Locos // Suite B1-11, South Phase, 1515 Nanjing Xi Lu, near Changde Lu (静安嘉里中心, 南京西路1515号南区B1-11, 近常德路).
Captain Rooster: No St. Paddy’s Day would be complete without green beer! From March 15-17, Captain Rooster will be serving free-flow green brew and sage-fried chicken and bacon waffles for only 150RMB.
150RMB // 11am-3pm // Captain Rooster // 75 Changshu Lu (常熟路75号).
Shanghai Brewery: Both the Dongping Road and Hongmei Road branches of Shanghai Brewery are offering Irish Lamb Stew Champ for 88RMB and Irish Drinks starting at 35RMB from March 15-17.
10am-late // Shanghai Brewery // 15 Dongping Lu, near Hengshan Lu (东平路15号,
近衡山路) OR Hongmei Entertainment Street, 21 C, Lane 3338 Hongmei Lu, near Yan’an Lu (虹梅路3338号, 虹梅休闲街21号, 近延安西路).
Southern Belle: Southern Belle is offering an extra-long St. Paddy’s extravaganza from March 14-17. Celebrate with traditional Irish food and drink. On Saturday, there’ll even be a lucky draw!
11am-late // Southern Belle // 433 Changle Lu, near Xiangyang Lu (长乐路433号,
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].