2024 Saint Patrick’s Day Menu Specials in Pittsburgh

Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and restaurants around Pittsburgh are releasing their menu specials for a weekend of delicious food, plenty of alcohol, and lots of green. From traditional favorites like corned beef and cabbage to innovative green-themed drinks, the city’s eateries are offering a diverse range of dishes to mark the occasion. Whether you’re craving classic Irish fare or adventurous twists on the tradition, these Saint Patrick’s Day specials promise a memorable dining experience for all.

Burghers Brewing

It’s a smash burger holiday on March 16! Or, as Burghers Brewing calls it, Smash Paddy’s Day. If you’re partying it up at the Highline location, you can look forward to a bloody mary bar. At the Lawrenceville location, you can check out Lobaircin Drops and their Smash Patty’s Day Burger. This special burger is ground with corned beef, topped with whole grain mustard aioli, swiss cheese, potato, and cabbage hash braised in their Lobaircin Irish stout.

Over Eden and Brick Shop

It wouldn’t be Saint Patrick’s Day without a green beer. At both Over Eden (the rooftop restaurant) and Brick Shop (the downstairs restaurant), you’ll get a free green beer made from IC Light with the purchase of any burger on the menu. Delight in an Eden Goat Cheese Burger, Bacon Cheddar Ranch Burger, or Impossible Burger while you sip on your festive treat. 


Celebrate the holiday with a twist on some traditional Irish eats. Khalil’s is serving up their own version of shepherd’s pie, available through Saint Patrick’s Day. This Syrian Shepherd’s Pie features lamb shank mixed with potatoes, peas, carrots, and a house-made gravy sauce, all then packed into a baked pie crust made with grass-fed Kerrygold Irish butter. 

Sidelines Bar and Grill

Cure your hangover (or keep the party going) with a brunch from Sidelines Bar and Grill. The weekend brunch menu is available only on March 16 and 17. It features Irish food specials, $5 green margaritas and mimosas, $4 Irish-style beers, Jameson or Baileys specials, and an $8 Irish coffee.

Ritual House

Corned beef is one of the staples of good Irish eating, and Ritual House isn’t letting Saint Patrick’s Day pass without presenting its own. On March 16, you can get Executive Chef Edwin Smith’s pub-style Braised Corn Beef with potatoes and cabbage. Or, maybe you’ll opt for the Bangers and Mash featuring caramelized onion, Jamison gravy, and sweet peas. Just don’t forget to add a green beer or fruity End of the Rainbow cocktail to finish off your feast.

City Works

Have you ever tried a Shepards’ Pie Flatbread? Well, from March 13 -17, you can bite down on this combination of stewed seasoned beef, roasted garlic puree, peas, mozzarella, mashed potatoes, and green onion at City Works. But if that doesn’t sound tasty enough, try their Pastrami Reuben or Irish Mac N’ Cheese. Wash it all down with a Lucky Grasshopper that incorporates Lucky Charms marshmallows into the mix. 

Square Cafe

Do you like Green Eggs and Ham? Here’s your chance to find out if you’re like Sam I Am and dig into scrambled eggs with house-made pesto, ham, grape tomatoes, and melted mozzarella. If you’re not feeling as adventurous, try the Shamrock Pancakes instead. These mint chocolate chip buttermilk pancakes are topped with chocolate chips, whipped cream, and a mint cream cheese frosting. And then if you need some caffeine, try the Irish Mint Mocha with peppermint Irish Cream and dark chocolate.

Piper’s Pub

Recently, this Irish pub has added a Saturday and Sunday brunch menu inspired by cuisine across the sea. One featured dish is their Boxty, a traditional Irish potato pancake. It comes in four varieties, including House (Irish), Corned Beef, Grilled Veggie, and Chicken Tikka. However, they still have a variety of waffles for those looking for a different option. Taste a bite of Fried Chicken and Sausage Gravy, Fresh Fruit and Cream, or Maple Syrup and Butter with Bacon waffles.

DiAnoia’s Eatery

In honor of his half-Irish heritage, Chef Dave Anoia has created a feast inspired by his Irish mother, Eileen Lunney. Lunney’s takeout dinner includes a serving for two of Lunney Family Soda Bread, Fennel Whipped Butter, Red Cabbage Salad, Grandpa’s Potato & Leek Soup, Corned Beef and Cabbage, Colcannon (kale, mashed potatoes, butter), and Irish Gingersnap Cookies for dessert.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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