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Each year on St. Patrick’s Day, people feast on corned beef and cabbage. Whether you are Irish or not, corned beef and cabbage is a tasty meal that gets everyone in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day.

If you have a hankering for a hearty meal, you’re in luck! Use this guide as a resource to find the best corned beef and cabbage in Racine County.

1. Reefpoint Brew House

Reefpoint Brew House, 2 Christopher Columbus Causeway, is serving corned beef and cabbage starting March 17 – 19.

The Corned Beef and Cabbage entree will include hand-sliced corned beef, cabbage and other sides. The cost is $18.

2. The Dish

Looking for a corned beef dish for breakfast? Visit The Dish, 1220 N. Ohio St., for a filling meal. Start your day off right and order the corned beef hash. Priced at $9.99, it is served with onions, green peppers, two eggs any style, hashbrowns, and toast.

They will also be serving corned beef and cabbage in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Menu pricing is not currently available for this item, but rest assured, it will be served on St. Patrick’s Day.

3. Two Creek Farms

Maybe you’ve perfected how to make corned beef and cabbage so you won’t be dining out this St. Patrick’s Day. You can still support local businesses by purchasing your corned beef locally.

Two Creek Farms, 1360 15th Ave., in Union Grove is running a St. Patrick’s Day special. For $14.99 per pound, and averaging 3-5 lbs. per roast, you can purchase a fully-seasoned and ready to cook corned beef.

Interested? Email or stop in the store. Pick-up for this special is available from March 13 through March 16.

4. The Summit Restaurant & Cocktails

The Summit Restaurant & Cocktails says that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Dine-in with them at 6825 Washington Ave., or from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. you can pick up a corned beef and cabbage meal through their drive-thru.

The prices have not been released yet. Please check back for updates.

5. The Maple Table

The Maple Table, located in Downtown Racine at 520 Main St., serves corned beef hash and Reubens on their menu. Not only does this breakfast and brunch-centered restaurant have hearty dishes to fit the Irish theme, but they also have a slew of drink specials to choose from.

Dine-in or carryout is available for their food offerings. Try out their new drinks including the Chai-Irish Goodbye, The Green Lantern, Grasshopper, James N Ginger, and the Tipsy Mint Coffee while dining-in at The Maple Table.

6. Cabbage Heads Tavern and Grill

Cabbage Heads Tavern and Grill, 3311 County Road H, is as Irish as Irish taverns come. What could be a better place to grab corned beef and cabbage than a place with cabbage in its name? They will be serving corned beef and cabbage all day or until it’s gone. The cost is $15.95.

In addition, they are serving multiple specials in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. They will be serving Irish stew with beef and lamb, Ruben sandwiches, Ruben burgers, Cabbage soup, and more.

7. The Ivanhoe Pub and Eatery

The Ivanhoe Pub and Eatery, 231 Main Street, is an American pub with an Irish attitude. This pub will be delivering corned beef and cabbage on March 16, 17, and 18. Deliveries will be made from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. and can be made to your house, work, party or event. Pre-orders are due by March 14. To note, there is a minimum of 5 orders that need to be met. Email your filled-out order form to or by stopping by the restaurant.

Order form for The Ivanhoe Pub & Eatery

8. The Beacon Tavern & Grill

The Beacon Tavern & Grill will be serving corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day. Join them for a day full of shenanigans at 3113 Douglas Ave. Dine with them for a corned beef and cabbage entree for just $12. Along with this St. Patrick’s Day meal, you can buy shots of Jameson for $3 each. That’s not all, you can get pints of Guinness for $3 as well.

9. TinCan Roadhouse

The TinCan Roadhouse has a lot up its sleeves for St. Patrick’s Day. On March 17, you can dine in or carry out with TinCan Roadhouse. Start your meal off with some appetizers. They are serving Reuben Rolls and Irish Potato Skins. Both are priced at $9 each.

For entrees, try something traditional and order their Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner. It goes for $14 per entree. Don’t worry, it comes with all the fixings such as buttered carrots, peppered parsley red potatoes and marble rye bread. You can also order another classic and get a Rueben sandwich for $11. That’s not all, it comes with swiss cheese, sauerkraut and 1,000 Island dressings. It’s served on grilled marble rye. Last but not least, TinCan Roadhouse is serving Shepards Pie for $13.

Is your mouth watering? They’re also serving Smithwicks Red Ale, Guinness and Green Beer pints. Looking for more shenanigans to partake in? They have a variety of shots including Baby Guinness, Irish Mules, Lucky Margaritas, Fuzzy Leprechauns, Irish Red Heads, Apple Martinis, and Wicked Leprechauns. Drinks range in price from $2.50 to $6.

10. The Nash & Blue Bear Que

The Blue Bear Que is a local restaurant located at 622 3 Mile Road. On March 19, they will be taking over the kitchen at The Nash, 522 6th St. Their doors will open at 10 a.m. as the parade is starting. Join them for the parade, food, creative cocktails, and live music.

On their menu, you can expect to find creamy Reuben soup for $4. The corned beef benedict is made with house-made marble rye, house corned beef, poached eggs (sourced from a local farm), and Guinness hollandaise sauce for $15. Additionally, they are serving a Reuben sandwich with corned beef, 1,000 Island dressing, marble rye bread, swiss cheese, and sauerkraut. The sandwich goes for $15. But wait, there’s more! They are also serving an Irish Poutine with house-cut fries, cheddar sauce, gravy, swiss cheese, corned beef, and onion rings for $13. They will be serving until 6 p.m. at The Nash.

11. Marci’s on Main

Looking for something a little different than the traditional corned beef and cabbage? Marci’s on Main is joining in on the St. Patrick’s Day Shennanigans. Now through Saturday, they are serving specialty drinks and dishes at their location in Downtown Racine. Stop on down to 236 Main St. for a bite to eat. They are serving Reuben Chowder, Reuben Nachos and Reuben egg rolls. Likewise, they have Luck of the Irish French Toast on the menu and BOGO drinks from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

12. Butcher and Barrel

Butcher and Barrel, 300 6th St., is a modern bar that is serving a corned beef and cabbage special. You can enjoy this traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal in the comfort of Downtown Racine. Likewise, this establishment will have a variety of whiskey, craft beers, cocktails and wines to pair with the meal.

13. Harbor Lite Yacht Club

The Harbor Lite Yacht Club, 559 State St., is opening its doors to the public for the St. Patrick’s Day parade. They will be serving corned beef and cabbage from noon until 4 p.m. for $14. Additionally, they are serving grilled Reubens for $12.

The Harbor Lite Yacht Club recommends making reservations, but they are not required for this event. Proceeds will go to support the yacht club.

14. The Foxhole Lounge

The Foxhole Lounge is a place where you can grab a beer, order a platter of corned beef and cabbage and lounge around. Grab a couple of buddies and enjoy St. Patrick’s Day at The Foxhole Louge. They are currently serving corned beef and cabbage and will continue through Saturday. On their menu, they also serve Ruben sandwiches that are made with Boar’s Head corned beef. The Foxhole Lounge is located inside the Veterans Center and Legacy Museum located at 820 Main St. Purchases help support local veterans and heroes.

More Info

As more information becomes available and as more restaurants send in their information, the list will be updated. Are you a restaurant/business owner who serves corned beef and cabbage? Send an email to to be included in the 2022 Corned Beef and Cabbage Guide.

Local News

Other St. Patrick’s Day events happening in Racine include the St. Patrick’s Day parade, the St. Paddy’s Pub Crawl, and the St. Pat’s Day Race.

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