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If there is one holiday that Syracuse takes the most seriously it’s St. Patrick’s Day. We come together, decked out in green in the sun, rain, or snow and celebrate our city’s rich Irish heritage on a day where everyone is Irish. There is no better place to celebrate this awesome day than Dublin’s located at 7990 Oswego Rd. in Liverpool. With plenty of parking, great prices, and awesome food Dublin’s is your St. Paddy’s Day headquarters. They are open for lunch, dinner, and late night seven days a week and the best part is that at Dublin’s it’s always St. Patrick ’s Day!

Dublin’s is an awesommarch2015-dine-fronte Irish restaurant with great specials and homemade dishes! Stop in for happy hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 6. They have great bar specials including $5 Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas on Sunday, Half priced mixers on Monday, 2 for 1 mixers and draft beer on Tuesdays, Craft beer, Domestic bottles and Martini specials on Wednesday just to name a few. These specials are a perfect complement to the great live music you can find at Dublin’s every weekend!march2015-dine-stew

At Dublin’s they also offer fantastic food specials including half priced appetizers (Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at varied times), Special priced individual and large pizzas on Tuesday, Fresh fried haddock and homemade mac and cheese on Fridays, and prime rib on Saturday. They also have wing specials during games! Dublin’s is also happy to serve a special Lenten menu with tons of meatless choices! This menu boasts haddock, clams, scallops, tuna melt and even a specialty seafood pizza! When you are at Dublin’s be sure to try some of their Irish inspired dishes like the Guinness and cheese dip, a hearty dip made with Guinness Beer and cheddar cheese, served with pretzel sticks, Irish Kettle Chips with corned beef and Swiss cheese, served with Russian dressing, Guinness anger Sandwich, a grilled Guinness Irish sausage with sautéed onions on a sub roll, Shepherd’s Pie, seasoned ground beef, corn, peas, carrots, and onions in gravy, topped with homemade mashed potatoes and baked, or the Bangers and Mash, a traditional Irish sausage with grilled onions, potatoes and gravy.


My friend Derry and I arrived at Dublin’s on a blustery February night. We were immediately greeted by the friendly staff and seated at a cozy booth. We decided to start our meal with the aptly named Pot O’ Gold, a sampler platter packed with mozzarella sticks, potato skins, Irish eggrolls, chicken tenders, and onion rings served with marinara, Russian, and honey mustard sauces for dipping. The homemade Irish eggrolls, stuffed with corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese, served lightly fried were phenomenal. They were basically mini Ruben’s in a non-messy package and a must have for anyone dining at Dublin’s!

march2015-dine-cakeFor my entrée I decided on the Fried Scallops, breaded sea scallops with French fries, coleslaw, and cocktail sauce. The scallops were golden brown and cooked to perfection! Derry had the New York Strip Steak, a 12oz steak chargrilled to perfection. Our meal was so yummy and we had a ton of leftovers but it was my birthday so we certainly couldn’t skip a homemade dessert. We decided on the Guinness Chocolate Cake, a rich decadent chocolate cake with Bailey’s Irish Cream cheese frosting. This cake was perfection on a plate. Definitely don’t skip dessert at Dublin’s!march2015-dine-room

Dublin’s is also the perfect venue to host your next event. They have a huge banquet facility with a private bar that would impress your guests and prices that won’t break the bank! For more information call them at 315-622-0200. Be sure to check out Dublin’s on Facebook to keep up with their awesome specials and their schedule of fantastic live music. There is no better place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day during the month of March (or all year long) then Dublin’s so stop in today!


Nadine Vandewalker

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