Find the luck of the Irish in North Dakota

Not everybody is able to make a pilgrimage back to Ireland to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. And thanks to a few well-entrenched North Dakota pubs, you don’t really have to. You might not find a pot o’ gold, but you’re likely to dig up a big plate of bangers and mash and a pint of the favorite ale at these unique pubs.

Bismarck

At the Blarney Stone Authentic Irish Pub, try a taste of Ireland, from the Dinner in Dublin (breakfast) Saturday and Sunday mornings to the Pub Lunch and a selection of 30 draft beers.

Fargo-West Fargo

Like its brother in Bismarck, the Blarney Stone Authentic Irish Pub in West Fargo has a menu full of the taste of Ireland, including Dinner in Dublin (breakfast) Saturday and Sunday mornings and a selection of 30 draft beers.

Hennessy’s Irish Pub is a greeting place where you can throw back and pint and swallow some grub – maybe shepherds pie – with your buds.

Dempsey’s Public House in downtown Fargo has a quaint Old World charm in a great location to cap off St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with live music.

Three Lyons Pub in West Fargo isn’t so much an Irish pub as an English pub, but it serves up a mean Irish eggroll.

Grand Forks

O’Really’s Irish Pub has food and an assortment of beers, beer flights, married pints and a house-crafted Irish whiskey that includes North Dakota honey.

Bonzer’s Sandwich Pub serves up subs, sandwiches and sides and 20-ounce schooners of your favorite beverages.

Minot

Ebeneezer’s Eatery and Irish Pub serve traditional Irish cuisine and American staples, including the Fat Frog, and 15 beers on top – Guiness included, of course.

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