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    March 17, 2010


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    The Erin Go Beehive

    Irish eyes will be smiling when The Beehive presents their 3rd annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities on March 17, 2010 from 5:00PM – 2:00AM. St. Patrick’s Day at The Beehive means an evening of authentic entertainment including: step dancers, musical acts, Irish inspired à la carte food & drink specials, and an evening like only The Beehive can create. The claim from inside the ‘hive’ is that while...

    Irish eyes will be smiling when The Beehive presents their 3rd annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities on March 17, 2010 from 5:00PM – 2:00AM. St. Patrick’s Day at The Beehive means an evening of authentic entertainment including: step dancers, musical acts, Irish inspired à la carte food & drink specials, and an evening like only The Beehive can create. The claim from inside the ‘hive’ is that while there will be plenty of surprises, this will not be your typical Irish fest. “No green beer…but what we are planning is a sophisticated evening of amazing Irish comfort food and authentic, world-class, Irish entertainment for a mature audience,” said Co-Owner, Jack Bardy. And “Authentic” is the key word! The Beehive has landed the stamp of approval again for this year’s event from the Boston Irish Tourism Association. “We’ve been more than happy to get involved with The Beehive and their annual St. Patrick’s day festivities, and we’re looking forward to the amazing food and festivities planned!” said Michael Quinlin, President and founder of the Boston Irish Tourism Association. MUSIC: One of the many St. Patrick’s Day surprises at The Beehive will be a special performance by “Tri” (Pronounced “tree”), ”Tri” is translated from the number three in ancient Gaelic and consists of three of New England’s most sought after traditional Celtic musicians including: award-winning bagpiper Matthew Phelps, fiddler Doug Lamey, and guitarist Cliff McGann (See More information below). In addition to some of New England’s best Irish music, sit back and enjoy a special step dance performance by Tri’s Step Dancers (Pamela Campbell and Christine Morrison). This evening of entertainment is not to be missed. Dinner reservations recommended, no cover charge, both the upstairs and downstairs bars will be open for service. FOOD DETAILS: In addition to serving the regular Beehive menu, Chef Rebecca Newell has created several à la carte specials including: Corned Beef & "Cabbage" Flatbread with Sauerkraut & Cheese, Finaan Haddie Smoked Fish & Chips with Malt Vinegar Aioli & Slaw and Grilled Lamb Chops with Colcannon Mashed Potatoes just to name a few. The Beehive, 541 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116 | P. 617.423.0069 | beehiveboston.com Wednesday, March 17, 2010, 5:00PM - 2:00 AM No Cover charge, Cash Bar, Reservations recommended


    The Beehive

    541 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02116

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    Admission Info:
    free


    General Day and Time Info:
    5:00PM-2:00AM

    phone: 617-423-0069


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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