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The Midpeninsula's best bets for St. Patrick's Day revelry

St. Patrick's Day was once celebrated as a religious and cultural feast in memory of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. In the United States, this unofficial holiday has come to be known as the one day a year where it's socially acceptable to wear green from head to toe and eat and drink in excess, regardless of whether you're Irish.

Whatever your plans are this St. Paddy's Day, the luck of the Irish is on your side: Check out our picks of places to eat, drink and be merry on the Midpeninsula on Thursday, March 17, from breweries pouring limited-edition Irish stouts to bakeries stamping out shamrock-shaped sweets.

To view the list, click here.

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Go green

The Midpeninsula's best bets for St. Patrick's Day revelry

by / Palo Alto Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, Mar 10, 2016, 8:34 am

St. Patrick's Day was once celebrated as a religious and cultural feast in memory of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. In the United States, this unofficial holiday has come to be known as the one day a year where it's socially acceptable to wear green from head to toe and eat and drink in excess, regardless of whether you're Irish.

Whatever your plans are this St. Paddy's Day, the luck of the Irish is on your side: Check out our picks of places to eat, drink and be merry on the Midpeninsula on Thursday, March 17, from breweries pouring limited-edition Irish stouts to bakeries stamping out shamrock-shaped sweets.

To view the list, click here.

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