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Regulars at Colony Grill in Stamford, Connecticut, on St. Patrick's Day may well find themselves doing double-takes when they see the signs on the wall: "You are not dreaming! For one day, and one day only, the Colony Presents: Corned Beef & Cabbage Pizza!"

That's right. This thincrust bar pie institution, notorious for its no-frills demeanor, and no-special-options policy, the pizzeria known for not making exceptions, is making a special holiday pie? What's next? Conceding best bar pie to Eddie's in New Hyde Park?

"You're right," noted Ken Martin, the co-owner of the Fairfield Colony location, "we don't do specialty pies. But we thought a lot of intangibles aligned to make this pizza fit into our concept."

Which stars aligned for Colony's first ever corned beef and cabbage pizza? What were the intangibles? According to Ken, "Colony" was the nickname of the Irish neighborhood in Stamford where Colony Grill was established by Irish owners in 1935. "We even have a four-leaf clover on our signage and all our business materials."

The Colony used to serve a corned beef and cabbage dinner in years past, but at some point the tradition fell by the wayside. "We thought a good way to pay tribute to the Irish heritage of the old neighborhood was to bring back the corned beef and cabbage, but to do it simply — as toppings on our pizza."

Ken and his partners (Paul Coniglio, Cody Lee, and Chris Drury) came up with the idea in Fairfield and bounced it off Jim Screws and Gary Games, who own the Stamford spot. "They thought it was a neat concept and decided to go ahead with it as well."

The pie will be served without the standard red sauce, and will be topped with five or six slices of corned beef, and shredded or julienned cabbage that will be tossed with secret spices. One thing Ken would tell us about the preparation was the use of the pizzeria's signature ingredient, "We add just a touch of our hot oil to the cabbage preparation, to make the pie unique to Colony."

Ken noted that customers can order just corned beef on the pizza if they don't want cabbage, or vice versa, and said if the pizza goes over well, the special might become an annual tradition.

Going to get the corned beef and cabbage pizza? Send us photos!


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.


Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In Minnesota

A plate of corned beef or corned beef hash once a day might not be enough. Corned beef lovers can fill up on breakfast hash or a corned beef dinner at these neighborhood gastropubs and restaurants. Here, corned beef is consistently on the menu. On St. Patrick’s Day, you’ll only have to wait to be seated.

Cork’s Irish Pub
175 10th St. E.
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 224-5111
www.facebook.com/CorksIrishPub

This iconic Irish pub has a cozy niche inside the elegant Embassy Suites. It’s a shame the pub’s original website is no longer around. It posted a colorful history and a beautiful menu. One could also read about the gift of gab from Cork, Ireland. But you can chat about this over a delicious traditional corned beef dinner. Amazingly tender and very au jus, this dinner is one of many reasons the pub fills with patrons. For $15.00, the dinner comes with cabbage, roasted carrots, garlic mashed potatoes, and parsley sauce. If in the mood for a corned beef sandwich, Cork’s Pub has a house braised corned beef Reuben on caraway rye with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and a creamy dressing, all for $11.00.

McGarry’s Pub
5189 Main St. E.
Maple Plain, MN 55359
(763) 479-4031
www.mcgarryspub.com

At this gastropub, you can get your fill of corned beef with your favorite pint, wine or spirits. For breakfast, McGarry’s has corned beef hash and corned beef benedict. The hash dish comes with tri-colored potatoes, green onions, green pepper, bacon, jalapeno, an egg, basic white sauce, and toast. The corned beef benedict consists of corned beef over English muffins, topped with two eggs and white sauce, and served with a side of hash browns. For starters, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can get corned beef Irish rolls made with wontons, sauerkraut, cabbage, Swiss cheese, and thousand island dressing. Or you can substitute Irish rolls with beef brisket added to poutine. The corned beef and cabbage, served for lunch and dinner, is gluten free. In this traditional dish are roasted corn beef, boiled white potatoes, cabbage, and gluten free white sauce. Breakfast is served Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until noon. Lunch and dinner are from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Oh, yes – don’t forget the corned beef Reuben sandwich with pumpernickel, Swiss, sauerkraut, and thousand island dressing.

Patrick McGovern’s Pub & Restaurant
225 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 224-5821
www.patmcgoverns.com

A neat and cozy neighborhood pub, Pat McGovern’s serves corned beef hash for Sunday breakfast and a corned beef dinner every Wednesday evening. Patrons often come on Sunday for the Boom Hash, a robust blend of roast beef and corned beef served with eggs, potatoes, onions, and a side of toast. They can also order the classic grilled Reuben with corned beef, sauerkraut, melted Swiss, and thousand island dressing over fresh pumpernickel. The corned beef and cabbage dish is a simple traditional meal consisting of slow-cooked corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, and carrots. This mid-week special is a great way to get through the rest of the week.

The Liffey
175 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55102
(651) 556-1420
www.theliffey.com

At The Liffey, the Reuben is a signature dish. It can be ordered as a small plate, a half sandwich, or a full sandwich. The Liffey corned beef and cabbage dinner is another culinary signature. Carefully prepared with slow-cooked corned beef brisket, cabbage, mashed potatoes, braised carrots and garlic cream sauce, this dinner substantially satisfies. Sandwiched or plated, corned beef at The Liffey is known as one of the best.

Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 339-4499
www.kierans.com

You can order corned beef for lunch or dinner. The lunch might be better, since the price is $10.50. As a dinner, you’ll pay $15.75. Nonetheless, you’ll enjoy the slow-roasted cured meat, braised cabbage, and potatoes and carrots topped with parsley sauce. Corned beef poutine on the pub’s gluten free menu is a real treat. Shredded corned beef, bacon, gravy au poivre and white cheddar cascade over thick fries. The poutine may be gluten free but it’s still poutine. If still hungry, order a classic corned beef Reuben.



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