Corned Beef for a Cause

The annual Ancient Order of Hibernians – Father Flanagan Division’s St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon will be held this afternoon at the Firefighters Union Hall.  This year, all proceeds benefit the Saint Vincent DePaul Society!  There will be live Irish music and dancing as well as corned beef sandwiches and Irish stew available for $5.  Admission is $10 (cash only) and those under 21 are free! Doors open at 11 am for Irish fun, food, and celebration!

Omaha Firefighters Union Hall

6005 Grover street

A Brazen Celebration

Brazen Head Irish Pub will celebrate in a sea of green with a 6am breakfast of Red Flannel Hash with Biscuits and Gravy. Lunch options of Dublin Stew, Fish and Chips, Banger Brats and Cottage Pie will keep you warm, as will the live bands which begin at 10:30am and the heated tents, which open at 11am. Face painting and Irish Dancers will entertain while you enjoy a frosty pint.

Brazen Head Pub

319 North 78th Street

An Irish Funeral

Clancy’s Pub on 114th and Dodge will be closing their doors after today’s festivities have concluded. Doors open at 6am at all 3 locations for green bagels and donuts and Jone-Z Party Bus will provide shuttle service starting at 2pm. Enjoy all of your Irish favorites with guest DJs, Omaha Pipes and Drums, and heated tents. For a detailed entertainment schedule, check out

Clancy’s Omaha

Food and Fun at Two Fine Irishmen

The great neon sign has spoken. Two Fine Irishmen’s ubiquitous countdown to Saint Paddy’s Day is at zero! The Irish know that it’s never too early to party and doors opened at 6am for a Green Eggs and Ham breakfast. Drink and shot specials will be going all day while you snack on Irish Nachos and sip green beer. Traditional corned beef and cabbage will be served to the sweet sounds of Lemon Fresh Day and The Blarney Boys.

Two Fine Irishmen

18101 R Plaza

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