Corned Beef Meets Barbecue This St. Patrick’s Day at Bad to the Bone BBQ

Bad to the Bone BBQ, is giving traditional Irish dishes a barbecue make-over this St. Patrick’s Day with signature smoked meats and Irish beverages available on Saturday, March 17.

The St. Patrick’s Day selections include: Irish egg rolls filled with shredded corned beef, braised cabbage, Swiss cheese and stout mustard, priced at $8.99; corned beef Ruben with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing layered on freshly baked rye bread with hand-cut fries, for $12.99; bangers and mash, beer-braised bangers with garlic-bashed potatoes, red onion gravy and crispy onion straws, priced at $14.99; and corned beef and cabbage served with red potatoes, braised cabbage and whole grain mustard, for $15.99. Irish beef stew and potato cheddar beer soup will also be available, priced at $4.99 for a small serving, and $8.99 for large.

Dessert options include Irish bread pudding, topped with whiskey cream sauce, for $5.99; chocolate pecan pie, priced at $5.50; and fruit cobbler, for $5.50.

St. Patrick’s Day wouldn’t be complete without beverages, and Bad to the Bone BBQ will offer pints of Guinness Draught, George Killian’s Irish Red and Black and Tan beer cocktails for $6.50 each.

The full menu and more information are available at

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