We’re compiling a list of all of the St. Patty’s Day specials going on today in Downtown Santa Ana. If we’re missing anyone, please let us know on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
St. Patrick’s Day only happens once a year. Join us for $8 Irish Mules, $8 “Craft” Irish Car Bombs, $5 Dales Pales. Plus Chef Eric will be making Irish Nachos made with confit potatoes, topped with lardons, creme fraiche, cheese and scallions ($8).
Chapter One is turning 4 years old. Celebrate Saint Patty’s Day with us and Enjoy $4 Irish food and drink specials ALL DAY!
Brats & Bitburger bier $5 all day!
Green Beers & Cocktails, along with Jameson Specials
Bangers & Mash, Shepherd’s Pie, Corned Beef & Cabbage…all made in-house!
Robbins Nest Wine Bar
They’ve been brining their own brisket for over a week! Join them for corned beef & cabbage, COLD beer and of course….great wine!
Ninjas with Appetite
Green Eggs and Spam–while supplies last!
Come celebrate Saint Patty’s day with out smoked corn beef ‘n egg.
The long-awaited link-slingin’ spot is set to open their doors to the public today. And being one of the few places around that can serve food until 4am (alcohol sales end at 2am), we’re pretty sure that Wursthaus will be Downtown Santa Ana’s next massive hit.
By the end of this week, your lunch and dinner options in Downtown Santa Ana will have almost doubled!
The 4th Street Market opened to the public yesterday with an amazing turnout. We did a brief walk-through and it was pretty crowded–especially for a Monday night.
Paninoteca Maggio (next to Little Sparrow) on Main and 3rd opens on Thursday, though if stop by this week (until Thursday) between 6am and 9am, you’ll be treated to a free cup of coffee.
And finally, Wursthaus is set to open their doors this Friday (02/20), with a grand opening slated for Saturday, March 7th as to coincide with the monthly Downtown Santa Ana Artwalk.
This past weekend, we got a chance to pop into Wursthaus’ “friends and family” event. The food menu was still being fine-tuned, so we didn’t get a chance to try any of their infamously-delicious links, but our group was still blown away by the level of craftsmanship that went into turning this once clothing store into Downtown Santa Ana’s next hottest spot.
Gabriel, the man behind the bar (and full sleeve artwork) is one of Wursthaus’ awesome owners as well as the creative mastermind behind the restaurant’s design and build.
I think this gentleman knew we were (quietly) taking a slow shutter speed shot so he knew to pose like a boss. Well played!
The restaurant’s interior design is probably one of the best, if not the best in Downtown Santa Ana.
Wursthaus will open to the public in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for the announcement!