5 of Our Favorite Food Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day

Spring is in the air and that means St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. Although things may look different this year, that does not mean your St. Patty’s Day will be any less entertaining. Do not worry, the atmosphere will still be filled with shamrocks, leprechauns, and pots of gold! We picked out a few of our favorite snacks for St. Patrick’s Day and even added a few restaurants to check out! 

1. Guac, guac, and more guac! 

We know guac is extra, but not if you make it yourself! Whip up some guacamole and serve with tortilla chips. It is sure to be a crowd-pleaser and fits the green theme! 

2. Grilled asparagus wraps 

Nothing is better than finding a way to make green veggies taste good, especially for the kids. Throw some asparagus on the grill or roast them to perfection. Here is where it gets fun… wrap the asparagus in bacon for a fun, smoky flavor that is guaranteed to have the kids asking for more!

3. Have a night out at the tavern!

New Deck Tavern is having amazing St. Patrick’s Day specials! Located in University City, Philadelphia, you are guaranteed to have a great time. Many families visit New Deck on St. Patrick’s Day as a tradition, so maybe now is a perfect time to start your own tradition at New Deck. Visit their website or their Instagram page @NewDeckTavern for more information. 

4. Tuck-ins 

Inside-out s'mores are always a huge hit for the family! These mess free, delicious treats are ones to be remembered. They can be roasted outside, and even inside over a stove. The roasted marshmallow and melted chocolate is absolutely divine. Tuck-ins are definitely an item to be added to the snack list! Order here and use code SMORE15 for 15% off!

5. Visit the Pub!

Visit Irish Pub Philly in Center City, Philadelphia for an authentic St. Patrick’s Day experience! They serve casual Irish-American cuisine and have immaculate drink specials. Visit their website or Instagram page @irishpubphilly to find out more. 

Tag us on Instagram @tuck.ins or Facebook @TuckInsFoods and tell us how you celebrating this St. Patty's Day!
By Anna Bilsky

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