8 Saint Patrick’s Day Specials For Takeout & Delivery
Eight ways to celebrate if you don’t want to go out.
If you’re planning on going out for St. Patrick’s Day, you can refer to our list of bars and restaurants with heated outdoor seating. If you don’t want to hang out at a bar or restaurant, but still want to celebrate, order a special from one of these spots. They have cocktails, desserts, Irish coffee kits, corned beef, and more - all available for takeout and delivery.
Sugargoat is a dessert shop in the West Loop with fun things like caramel corn cake and a chocolate shake french fry pie. And for Saint Patrick’s Day, they’re offering a number of specials. You can get desserts like an Irish stout chocolate cake, and a Lucky Charms cereal cake, along with a variety of decorated cookies and cupcakes. Pre-order here.
For more St. Patrick’s Day sweets, visit Aya Pastry in the West Loop. They have several holiday-themed pastries available, including a mint cream bun, which is a soft milk roll filled with mint cream and topped with cookie pieces. Pick up in-store or use their new drive-thru window and don’t even get out of your car.
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Rye Deli & Drink, a new deli in the West Loop, is offering a $45 corned beef sandwich and cocktail package. It includes two corned beef sandwiches and two “Smoke on the Green River” cocktails - a drink made with mezcal, celery juice, jalapeno, and bamboo salt. If you just want the booze, you can purchase the cocktail by the quart for $35.
After being closed since last fall, The Dearborn recently reopened in the Loop. And along with their normal bar food menu, they’re offering a three-course family meal for St. Patrick’s Day week. It includes seafood chowder, shepherd’s pie, and Irish apple cake with shamrock cookies from Vanille Patisserie.
The Rambler in North Center has an “Irish Pub Experience at Home” package. The $60 package comes with two corned beef platters with, red potatoes, cabbage, plus a bottle of whiskey and a four-pack of Guinness with two pint glasses. And to really help you recreate the sloppy mess that is a Chicago bar during St. Patrick’s Day, it also includes beads, tattoos, and some St. Patty-themed decorations.
The River North and Fulton Market locations of Beatrix are offering a $55 Irish coffee kit for pick-up or delivery. Each kit includes one bottle of Jameson, a bottle of spiced demerara syrup, a bag of Beatrix coffee, two coffee mugs, and a container of fresh whipped cream, and a recipe card. The kit is supposed to make eight cocktails, and orders must be placed at least two hours in advance.
Hub 51 has a couple of St. Patrick’s day specials available for carryout and delivery. They’re offering “debris potatoes,” which are deep-fried potatoes topped with cheddar, bacon, green onion, and sour cream, as well as a hot corned beef sandwich made with housemade sauerkraut on rye.
This upscale bar across from Millennium Park has several specials that are available for takeout and outdoor dining. Options include a corned beef sandwich with Guinness swiss cheese and pickled cabbage slaw, and colcannon made with whiskey-braised pork and truffled potato.