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St. Patricks' Day Corned Beef & Fixins' ?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Camp Rusty, Jan 8, 2016.

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  1. Camp Rusty

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    Heynow Gamblers.......

    Just realized we will be there on the 17th....... anybody know of any place that does a nice job?

    I guess I could be almost as happy with a big phat Reuben at Carnegie's.....but I love me some corned beef, cabbage, potatos, and cabbage. Have car.....will travel.

    Yummmmmmmmm........:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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  3. Camp Rusty

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    Thanks westie........looks like a great spot ! :beer:
     
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    McMullan's is great. We go about every Tuesday when we're in Vegas for their pub quiz. You won't find me there on st paddy's day. It will be a madhouse.
     
  5. Camp Rusty

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    Thnks Snidely :beer:

    It is a fun celebration..........but I don't want a drunken green beer zoo. I always get a kick out of the bars that have a digital St. Paddy's Day countdown timer. That is a standing room only bar on the 17th :drunk:

    We had a parade every year in college and it was a great party, even snowed one year.

    Ever since I was a little kid my mom made corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, and whole carrots. Cooked it all day. She is long gone now but I still love that little bit of family food history every year.

    The last several years our local pub has done a bang up job of the traditional supper. The portions of corned beef are huge and lean..and the best thing is they stash a bunch for massive reubens the next day.

    Maybe I will just hit a deli for a massive corned beef sandwich.....with a side of saurkraut :thumbsup:

    I guess my next question, any deli recommendations , on or off Strip.

    Thanks Everyone
     
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    My vote would be Carnegie deli. Sandwiches are huge!! Maybe look into Nine fine Irishmen as well at NYNY.
     
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    Can't go wrong with Carnegie deli....a little pricey...but like beuhner said...HUGE portions
     
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    Corned beef? I don't know anybody who eats Corned beef on St Paddy's day. Is this an American thing?
     
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    Yes, It's an American thing.


    My favorite thing on St. Patrick's Day is Shepherd's Pie but I don't usually have it very often so I save it for St. Patrick's Day.
     
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    My bet is that Nine Fine Irishman at NYNY will be as insane as any Irish bar in NYC.
     
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    I was out there last St Paddy's and actually avoided the pubs. Too crowded with the puking green beer crowd...only heathens and Brits choose green Miller Lite over a Guinness on St Paddy's!
     
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    And, it's gotta be draft - pulled by staff who know how to serve Guinness. I give extra points to pubs that use authentic Guinness glasses.

    Bill
     
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