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The Bangers and Mash dish ($13) features Irish sausages and mashed potatoes. (Michael Wojtychiw/22nd Century Media)
The California Panini ($10) is grilled chicken with cheddar, mayonnaise, guacamole and bacon all served between a fresh panini bread. (Michal Dwojak/22nd Century Media)
The Curragh’s Chicken Boxty ($14) is made with chicken and roasted vegetables served with a potato pancake (boxty) and mashed potatoes. (Jason Addy/22nd Century Media)
The Curragh burger ($12) is comprised of a 9-ounce sirloin patty, American cheese, tomato, onions and lettuce. (Megan Bernard/22nd Century Media)
The Curragh Fish & Chips ($16) features filets of cod cooked in a Guinness beer batter. (Eric DeGrechie/22nd Century Media)
The Curragh’s Texas Style Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup ($11) is served with a side of fries and a pickle. (Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media)
The shepherd’s pie ($13) is made with a base of ground beef mixed with carrots, peas and onions in a rich gravy, and then topped with mashed potatoes and served with a side of steamed vegetables and Irish brown bread and butter. (Alyssa Groh/22nd Century Media)
Staff Report
2:38 am CDT April 1, 2019

Though Irish restaurants and bars are often popular destinations any time of the year, things really heat up at the close of winter when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around. 

After we shampoo out our green hair, put away our leprechaun outfits and sip the last sip of our Shamrock Shake, our focus quickly shifts to the hardwood.