Scottsdale, AZ, March 05, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- British Open Pub wants to make this St. Patrick’s Day as authentic as possible for party goers, with an Irish pipe and drum band and traditional Irish food.
Patrons don’t need to be Irish to enjoy the pub’s special menu for the day or to sample the drink specials, which includes $1 off all well, wine and domestic beers as well as $4 Bushmills “Irish Car Bombs".
The Glendale Pipe and Drum Corps will spend the day at the British Open Pub, playing four sets of their traditional Irish music for Bop patrons. The evening’s show times are 5:30, 6:45, 7:15 and 7:45 p.m.
The menu for the day is a Bop specialty - Mom’s homemade corned beef and cabbage with colcannon (cabbage and onion mixed in along with parsley and kale), Stovies (rough mashed potatoes with corned beef and covered with melted cheese), Scotch eggs (hardboiled eggs encased in sausage, rolled in bread crumbs and deep-fried) and chicken and whiskey sauce (breast of chicken sautéed in a cream and Drambuie sauce) and served with a side of pasta.
“We get rave reviews for our food on St. Patrick’s Day,” said British Open Pub owner Gregg Troilo. “When you combine the food with our drink specials and the pipe and drum band, you could close your eyes and swear you were in Ireland.”
The “Bop” as regulars call it, has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the Bop is the spot for foodies and sports fans – especially on St. Patrick’s Day.
The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.
For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.