St. Patrick's Day Drive-By Dinner & Irish Music at the Clarke Museum

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Feelin' green because you're not celebrating your favorite holiday at the bar this year? Have a hankering for homemade shepherd's pie and a fat shamrock cupcake from Ramone's? Maybe you're missing those lively nights at Gallagher's when Seabury Gould and Evan Morden kept your toes tappin' as you downed fish and chips with pints and pals. If it just doesn't feel like St. Paddy's Day without some of these traditions, the Clarke Museum has a treat for you.
Chocolate cupcakes with plain buttercream or mint buttercream frosting - COURTESY OF RAMONE’S BAKERY
  • Courtesy of Ramone’s Bakery
  • Chocolate cupcakes with plain buttercream or mint buttercream frosting

Join the Clarke Museum for the St. Patrick's Day Drive-By Dinner & Irish Music, Wednesday, March 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. (featuring the aforementioned shepherd's pie and shamrock chocolate cupcakes from Ramone's Cafe & Bakery).

Order your dinners online at the Clarke Museum's website by 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 13,  pick up dinner at the Clarke on Wednesday, March 17 between 4 and 5:30 p.m. and then, back at home, enjoy an hour of live Irish music from Seabury and Evan from 6 to 7 p.m. streamed over Zoom by the MARZ Project crew from The Ink People. 


On the menu:
Shepherd's Pie: Beef Chuck, Onion, Carrot, Celery, Peas, Tomato Paste, Garlic, Flour, Beer, Herbs, & Spices, Potatoes, Milk, Butter, White Cheddar - COURTESY OF RAMONE'S BAKERY
  • Courtesy of Ramone's Bakery
  • Shepherd's Pie: Beef Chuck, Onion, Carrot, Celery, Peas, Tomato Paste, Garlic, Flour, Beer, Herbs, & Spices, Potatoes, Milk, Butter, White Cheddar

Family Shepherd’s Pie, four cupcakes, and entertainment - $50
Family Shepherd’s Pie and entertainment - $40
Individual Shepherd’s Pie, cupcake, and entertainment - $15
Individual Shepherd’s Pie and entertainment - $12
Entertainment only - $10
Individual cupcakes - $5 each

Evan Morden & Seabury Gould - COURTESY OF SEABURY GOULD
  • Courtesy of Seabury Gould
  • Evan Morden & Seabury Gould

If you haven't heard them before, here's the lowdown on the entertainment according to the museum's release, "Local favorites Evan and Seabury have played together for 11 years. In 2012, the pair took a three-week trip to Ireland, where they had the opportunity to play at nightly 'sessions' — informal gatherings of traditional musicians. Their repertoire includes both Irish songs and traditional Irish tunes like jigs & reels."

Get all the details and purchase tickets and dinners by Saturday, March 13 at 5 p.m. here.

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