Sauce Loves… St. Patrick’s Day 2019

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Sophia Loren’s Black Velvet at Hai Cenato

Sophia Lorens Black Velvet at Hai Cenato

For an Italian twist on an Irish classic Jason Atherton’s Hai Cenato have introduced a special cocktail to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. The ‘Sophia Loren’s Black Velvet’ cocktail is an elegant blend of prosecco and Guinness to be enjoyed alongside Hai Cenato’s famous sourdough pizzas or upstairs in the Drunken Oyster bar. The ‘Sophia Loren’s Black Velvet’ is priced at £11 and available from the 11th-17th March. www.haicenato.co.uk

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day in style at All Star Lanes

Celebrate St Patricks Day in style at All Star Lanes

Boutique bowling destination All Star Lanes is rolling out the green carpet for St Patrick’s Day celebrations. Drink to the occasion with the Pot O’ Gold cocktail for just £8.50, with Dubliner Irish whiskey & honeycomb liqueur, Mozart chocolate liqueur, Liquor 43, egg white, milk, double cream and a honeycomb crunch, it’s the perfect St Paddy’s treat! On the 17th March between 1-4pm, enjoy the all singing, all dancing, St Paddy’s Drag Brunch extravaganza, with a serving of bottomless Prosecco, Mimosas and Craft Beer. At Brick Lane you will be joined by Kitty Scott Claus and Ophelia Loves, with Donna Trump joining you in Manchester.

Dublin-inspired Cocktail at Blind Spot

Late-night speakeasy at St Martins Lane hotel, Blind Spot, serves a cocktail list inspired by locations from around the globe, including Dublin, Ireland. The Dublin cocktail includes Jameson whiskey, Guinness reduction, salty solution, apple compote, orange juice and Drambuie liqueur.Priced at £14, this is the ideal was to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in the heart of Covent Garden.


Bespoke St Patrick’s Day Cocktails at L’Oscar

Bespoke St Patricks Day Cocktails at LOscar

The stunning Jacques Garcia designed hotel, L’Oscar, is celebrating St Patrick’s Day at their Baptist Bar in honour of their namesake, Oscar Wilde. The Baptist Bar will be serving two specially made cocktails in the run up to the big day, available from Wednesday 13th – Saturday 16th March. Drowning the Shamrock includes traditional Irish spirit Poitin, as well as hopped cider, Bramrack syrup, Cox apple juice and plum bitter. The Leprechaun Brew features Irish coffee, Black Bush Irish whiskey, brown sugar syrup, dandelion coffee and oat milk foam.