Half Way To St. Patrick's Day

Half Way To St. Patrick’s Day at Cellar Bar

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When:
09/17/2019 | All Day

Where:
The Cellar Bar Larchmont NY

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Half Way To St. Patrick’s Day Party

Half Way To St. Patrick’s Day at Cellar Bar featuring Guinness Draught. Join us for free corned beef, giveaways, and the St. Pats day iconic brew, Guinness Draught!

Half Way To St. Patrick's Day

Guinness Draught

Rich and creamy. Distinctively black. Velvety in its finish. This iconic beer is defined by harmony. Sip after sip, sweet counters bitter as the malt arrives on cue to compliment a base of roasted barley. Just as the unmistakable white head sits flush atop the dark beer, so do the flavors counter and combine perfectly. This is our greatest innovation. Truly unique. Perfectly balanced. Made of More™.


Half Way To St. Patrick’s Day at The Cellar Bar, Tuesday, September 17th.

Cellar Bar Larchmont
8 Railroad Way
Larchmont, NY 10538
(914) 834-8723
http://www.thecellarbarusa.com
https://www.facebook.com/The-Cellar-Bar-125509794188531
https://www.instagram.com/thecellarbar10538

Westchester Magazine Award Friendliest Bar (2012)

The Cellar Bar, just across from the Larchmont Metro-North station and four steps below street level, is one of the friendliest bars around. Not fake-and-saccharine friendly, or even cliquey friendly—just friendly friendly. “I’m fifty-seven, and I shoot the breeze with friends of mine who are twenty-eight,” Manager Gary Bisonette says. “Everybody knows everybody, and if you don’t know everybody, you’re going to by the second time you come in.” The crowd runs the gamut from post-work commuters to young professionals to local au pairs who eventually go back to homes in places like New Zealand and Amsterdam, proudly wearing their The Cellar Bar T-shirts. And the décor is part wood-lined Irish pub and part Caribbean parrot-figurines. (The owner, says Bisonette, is a huge Jimmy Buffett fan.) The bar stays open until 4 am 365 days a year, so, while the patrons do have a wide age range, they do skew younger later in the night. They’re so friendly, you can even call the bar a dive, and they won’t mind. “A dive is a good thing now,” Bisonette says.

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