St. Patrick’s Day Music and Dinner at Murphy’s
On St. Patrick’s Day, Sunday March 17, 2018, the best celebration in Atlanta is at Murphy’s Restaurant.
During dinner we’ll have live entertainment with Ah Surely, Irish Music & Dance! Scroll down for their info.
Our chefs are adding the specials shown below to our regular dinner menu, but during brunch you can enjoy our Finnan Haddie Soup and Irish Soda Bread.
Reserve early as we will be full on a Sunday night.
st. patrick’s day main course specials
Finnan Haddie Soup
$6 all day long
Cream based soup made from hot smoked cod with leeks, potatoes and onions
$22 for dinner
Grilled Salmon Steak, Potato Gnocchi, Green Peas, Lemon Mustard Butter
$23 for dinner
Diced lamb seared and then braised in Guinness with vegetables and potatoes
corned beef with colcannon potatoes
$21 for dinner
Thinly sliced braised corned beef served over a mixture of cooked red skinned potatoes, mashed potatoes, leeks and cabbage, served with parsley sauce
Irish whiskey bread pudding
$8 all day long
Bread and butter pudding with golden raisins and Irish whiskey Caramel sauce.
irish soda bread
complimentary all with a dinner
Enjoy Irish Music at Murphy’s!
Ah Surely – Irish Music and Dance
John Maschinot, Evan Kinney and champion step-dancer Claire Shirey will make you want to kick up your heals with a program of pure, authentic Irish music and dance. Combining masterfully played uilleann (Irish) pipes (a soft-spoken cousin of the Scottish bagpipes), fiddle, concertina, wooden flute, tin whistle, bodhran, banjo and guitar with traditional Irish step-dance and songs, the trio is sure to tickle the fancy of young and old alike!
Ah Surely was officially founded in 2014, but John Maschinot, Evan Kinney and Claire Shirey had been working together for many years before that. Claire started dancing to John’s music in 2008 at the Atlanta Celtic Christmas concert at Emory University and has since performed at every production of Celtic Christmas. John met Evan in 2007 through Evan’s father Mick Kinney, a great old-time fiddler himself, and they’ve been making music together ever since.
Past Ah Surely Performances
Consulate General of Ireland, Spivey Hall, Clayton State University, Rialto Center for the Arts, Georgia State University, University of West Georgia, Eatonton-Putnam Arts Foundation, Arts Association in Newton County, Reynold’s Plantation, Wilcox County Arts Council, Wilcox County High School, William Baker Choral Foundation, St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church, St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church.
Contact: John Maschinot