St. Patrick's Day Special Menu
Mar
17
11:30 AM11:30

St. Patrick's Day Special Menu

Classic Irish Dinner $17

Corned beef , carrots , classic colcannon


Corned beef reuben $12

Rye , Swiss , sauerkraut , 1000 island , French fries



Hot or cold Corned beef on Rye $11

Spicy brown mustard , French fries



Bangers & Mash $16

Mashed potato , gravy


Classic Fish n Chips $15

Cod , tartar sauce , lemon , Cole slaw


Wings

Half (6) $8

Full (12) $14

Buffalo , BBQ , garlic parm

Blue cheese or ranch


Nachos

Garden - $12

tomato , onion , avocado ,jalapeño , scallion , sour cream

Meat -$14

Steak , banger , bacon , sour cream , chives


Giant pretzel $10

Beer cheese , honey mustard


Irish cream bash cake $9

White chocolate mousse , chocolate cake crumbles , Irish cream


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World Famous Philadelphia Aqua String Band
Mar
16
8:30 PM20:30

World Famous Philadelphia Aqua String Band

On March 16, 2019, Union Kitchen and McLadden’s Restaurant will host the world famous ”Philadelphia Aqua String Band Mummers” in a free, special performance beginning at 8:30 p.m. 

Known for creating innovative and breathtaking costumes and music, the band provides an experience long remembered, for guests of all ages. 

Since its inception in 1920, the Aqua String Band has entertained millions of viewers, parade goers, and concert attendees. The group is an all volunteer string band, best known for their participation in Philadelphia’s annual Mummers Parade, the nation’s longest-running traditional folk parade occurring each year on New Year’s Day. Up north, their performance in the annual Holyoke St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been a fan favorite for years.  

The Aqua String Band will begin their performance at Union Kitchen by 8:30 p.m. Guests should plan to arrive early at Union kitchen and/or McLadden’s restaurant should they want a seat for the performances – and to enjoy some of the food and drink specials in celebration of the holiday. The band will play at Union Kitchen, then “march” to McLadden’s West Hartford. This event is free and open to the public.

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