Colorado’s oldest and longest-running pub is serving Irish cuisine and Celtic entertainment all month long. That’s because at Clancy’s, one day is simply not enough celebration. To start, the from-scratch kitchen is ramping up corned beef and cabbage offerings from the regular Tuesday service to every day of the week. Additionally, there are over 25 bands (Irish as well as blues and rock) on the schedule March 17 to 19, as well as local Irish dancers and bagpipers. “Our St. Patrick’s Day has grown to be the biggest in the state for a single business,” says owner Jeff Hurlburt.
Hurlburt describes the food as Irish-American since their kitchen adds its own take on the traditional fare. “We are a destination spot so people definitely want to try our Irish cuisine.” They have the staples like bangers and mash, corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips and shepherd’s pie. But they also make the dishes their own. Clancy’s famous shepherd’s pie includes a lamb demi-glace instead of beef to bring more flavor to the dish. The “Flight to Dublin” offers tastings of all the best Irish beers and whiskey. Stop in anytime and experience all the Irish festivities.