Enjoy Irish Food at These Lansing Irish Bars/Pubs
March brings warmer weather, hopefully. March is also the month we get to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, March 17th. Although green beer and Irish car bombs are associated with St. Patrick's Day, Irish food is another way to celebrate.
Lansing used to have Claddagh Irish Pub in Eastwood Towne Center. Claddagh had a great Irish Pub vibe, traditional Irish coctails and amazing Irish food. The fish n' chips were really good. The Irish breakfast on their menu was yummy and even the black and white pudding options on the charcuterie board was awesome. It was a sad day when they closed their doors.
We still have a few options for dining on Irish fare in the Lansing area. Their menus may not be as Irish intense as Claddagh but they still have tasty Irish options for you to dine on.
Dublin Square is located in East Lansing at 327 Abbot Rd. Dublin will be slammed on St. Patrick's Day but you could go another time to try their different Irish menu items like Irish Nachos, the Irish Beef Dip, the Dublin Plate or the Shepard's pie.
Mort's is one of Lansing's old school, classic bars and they are located at 802 E Michigan Ave in Lansing. I love Moriarty's. When you're not busy enjoying some cocktails you should try their food. Try their Mulligan Stew or their Fish n' Chips. Their menu has some other tasty options too.
Visit Kelly's in downtown Lansing at 220 S Washington Square. This place is old school and has been in business in downtown Lansing for decades. I used to enjoy a pint here. The ambience is nice and they have a huge menu with bar food and Irish themed food items like the Deep Fried Battered Cod Platter and the Reuben.