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Irish Week

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day all week at the Historic Cobalt Manor March 14th through 19th

May the luck of the Irish be upon you. Around ten percent of Americans claim to be of Irish descent. That means that at least one in ten of us know how to have a good time.

Let us have a good time!

March 14th through 19th we are celebrating all things Irish with authentic food and drink specials.

  • Traditional Irish Meal- Corn Beef and Cabbage served with Roasted Carrots, Irish Potatoes and Beer Bread.

  • Shepherds Pie- Ground beef, Onion, and Carrots with herbs in a homemade crust, topped with mashed potatoes and perfectly baked.

  • Reuben- Sliced Corned Beef with homemade Thousand Island Dressing, Swiss Cheese, and Sauerkraut and homemade pickles on toasted Marble Rye. Served with Irish Potatoes.

  • Brunch time! Corned Beef Hash- Potatoes O’ Brian with Corned Beef, Carrots and onions topped with Eggs Over Easy drizzled in an Irish inspired Aioli.

  • Irish Coffee- Organic Coffee, Local Whiskey and Irish Cream. Classic.

  • Irish Mule- Painted Stave Rye Whiskey, Ginger, Fresh Lime and Club Soda. Fantastic.

Thursday the 16th live music with Stu's Blues

Blues ukulele? Absolutely!

Stu’s Blues was born from local blues jams. Stu, the harmonica player, is a frequent jammer at the sessions around Delaware. He kept his eye open for an upright bass player who could set up a pocket and a guitar player more interested in feel than Free Bird. He met Jim at one such jam session, and they discovered a common interest in music that adhered to the blues tradition. When they got together at Jim’s home to play for fun, they sparked the interest of Kathy, Jim’s wife, who introduced the ukulele to the mix. These three singers grab songs from all over and sprinkle in original creations, to the delight of audiences. Absolutely blues ukulele! Don’t let anybody tell you differently.

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