St. Patrick’s Day treats
Like No Udder, 170 Ives St., Providence, (401) 228-3880, like-no-udder.com, features The Sham Rock Shake Friday, March 19 and Saturday, March 20 from 1-9 p.m. and Sunday from 2-9 p.m. It is made with soy-based soft serve, tinted green with all natural coloring, blended with oat milk and a bit of mint extract. It’s topped with a dollop of shop-made whipped cream (coconut) and a dusting of green sprinkles.
Diners who visit T’s Restaurant on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 will receive a complimentary 2.5-ounce bag of Downeast Irish Coffee to take home (while supplies last) with the purchase of a “Caife Gaelach” featuring freshly brewed Downeast Irish Crème Coffee with Jameson’s Whiskey and whipped cream. T’s Restaurants are at 1059 Park Ave., Cranston, (401) 946-5900; 5600 Post Rd., East Greenwich, (401) 398-7877; and 91 Point Judith Rd., Narragansett, (401) 284-3981, tsrestaurantri.com.
Red Stripe, 465 Angell St., Providence, will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a selection of menu specials available for dine-in or takeout for lunch and dinner on Wednesday, March 17 with Traditional Corned Beef & Cabbage, Shepherd’s Pie with ground seasoned beef and the Red Stripe Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, gruyere cheese, and Russian dressing. To make a reservation or to place an order for takeout, visit redstriperestaurants.com or call (401) 437-6950.
Spumoni’s Restaurant, 1537 Newport Ave. Pawtucket, (401) 726-4449, spumonisrestaurant.com, has a Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner available for dine-In or takeout on St. Patrick’s Day. From the bar, you can also enjoy a Shamrock Martini, green beer or a Fuzzy Leprechaun.
The Thirsty Beaver, 45 Cedar Swamp Rd., Smithfield, (401) 349-4790 and 288 Atwood Ave., Cranston, (401) 270-7686, thirstybeaverpub.com, will have boiled dinners of corned beef and Irish soda bread on March 17 only. But other specials will be available all week including Reuben Log Rolls (corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss and Thousand Island dressing) and festive drinks including the Emerald Isle Elixir, Leprechaun Breakfast, and a Blarney Stone Margarita.
Dexter Plaza has opened for outdoor dining at 741 Dexter St., Central Falls, Thursday through Sundays 4 to 9 p.m. There will be tables and chairs there and trash barrels. Food will not be sold on site but residents are encouraged to purchase food to-go from local restaurants and enjoy their meals in the Plaza. Some restaurants nearby include Miriam Tipico Restaurant, La Herradura Taqueria Mexicana, Village Pizza, El Paisa Restaurant, China House, Sparky’s Restaurant, Stanley’s Famous Hamburgers, Los Tres Amigo Taqueria, Taqueria Lupita, La Fruta Loca, Georgia’s Family Restaurant and El Antojo Bakery
Brickley’s Ice Cream Wakefield, 322 Main St., South Kingstown, (401) 782-8864, brickleys.com, opens for the season on Thursday, March 18 at noon. They have installed a temporary takeout window for service. The Narragansett location will open for the season in early May.