Half Way To St. Patrick’s Day Celebration This Weekend in Orion Township
Irish drinks specials, live irish inspired music, and a traditional irish food menu come to the Clansman Pub to celebrate the half way point to St. Patricks day this weekend
It’s hard to believe we’re half way to St. Patrick’s Day, but the annual Irish festival gets under way this Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Clansman Pub within Canterbury Village.
Along with the standard menu, traditional Irish food will be served throughout the day and evening. Irish favorites that will be served include a classic reuben sandwich, corned beef and cabbage, and a made from scratch Irish stew composed of lamb, potatoes and carrots.
New to the list of options this year will be a twist on tradition as the Clansman Pub presents reuben style pizza and reuben egg rolls.
Party goes can wash down this delicious food will an array of Irish inspired drink specials throughout the day, including $4.50 Guinness pints and many more. Throughout the day prizes will be given out to St. Patrick’s Day enthusiasts.
“We get a better turnout every year,” said a Clansman pub employee. “Hopefully we see some new faces for our new food additions, drinks and fun,” he continued.
The Bakon Brothers, a Lake Orion band, will provide entertainment from 7 p.m.-11:00 p.m. The group consists of guitar and harmonica talent Tom O’Dwyer, banjo and harmonica talent Neil O’Dwyer, mandolin, guitar and bass talent Jerry Weakley, and bass talent Roger Kurrasch.
The band, which also played this year at the Clanman’s St. Patrick’s day celebration, plays their own style of hard driving Irish music with combinations of Folk and Bluegrass. The Bakon Brothers also like to throw some classic rock into the mix.
The Half way to St. Patrick’s Day celebration kicks off this Saturday, Sept. 15 at the Clansman Pub, 2369 Joslyn Ct. Lake Orion. For more information visit their website or call (248) 391-1900.