Where Are You Celebrating St. Paddy’s Day?

Patch loves St. Patrick’s Day, and we bet that you do. too. In that spirit of erin go bragh, our Readers’ Choice project this week involves a topical question: What is Parsippany’s favorite place to go or thing to do for the Irish-themed holiday?

Take a look at our list and let Patch and your neighbors know! Pick one of the selections in the poll below and tell us why in the comments—this is an important component of the process so that your neighbors know what makes your choice the best. And if there is a place or activity not included on the list,  let us know its name and qualifications in the comments.

This week’s contestants:

Half Point Pub, 29 Reynolds Ave., hosts a full day of St. Patrick’s Day fun on Saturday, including corned-beef specials, music, entertainment—and bagpipes may make an appearance.

American Legion Post 249 St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Dance at 91 N. Beverwyck Road on Saturday from 6-10 p.m. Naturellement, the main course will be corned beef with all the trimmings.

Blackthorn Irish Restaurant & Pub, 1735 Route 46, to no one’s surprise is all over St. Pat’s Day. Throughout Saturday, the Irish pub features step-dancing performances, Irish bands and bagpipers, drink specials and Irish edibles in what the establishment says is New Jersey’s biggest Irish pub party. We suspect the Guinness will be flowing.

Mount Holleran Towne Tavern, 450 N. Beverwyck Road, changes its name for the holiday, becoming the Mount O’Holleran’s Towne Tavern. For Saturday, the bar and restaurant promises an all-day St. Patrick’s blowout. On tap: corned beef and cabbage specials, bagpipers, drink specials, holiday giveaways and a show by Fuel Daddy, a party band that covers classic and modern rock.

Voting runs until Friday, March 16, at 9 a.m. The winner will be announced shortly after noon on Friday.

Contestants, claim your Patch Place listings and make sure your customers know to vote for you.

Readers, tell us your choice! Please participate, and spread the word to your friends.

Source: Natalie Davis, parsippany.patch.com

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