By AML Publisher
Photos courtesy of Belle Vie Photography
Great Narberth Leprechaun Hunt
RESCHEDULED for Saturday March 20th from 1pm to 4pm
Downtown Narberth, Corner of Haverford Avenue and Forrest Avenue
The third annual Great Narberth Leprechaun Hunt has been rescheduled to take place Saturday, March 20th, from 1pm – 4pm. The annual event, courtesy of The Narberth Business Association, is an anticipated Main Line family tradition. Local kids, young and old at heart, can get St. Patty’s Day started early with this free family event. Kids hunt all over downtown Narberth for leprechauns, and collect treats along the way. Find them all, and get a prize at the end. The hunt goes until 4 pm or until prizes are gone.
This fun, challenging scavenger hunt allows kids to search all over town to find thirteen leprechauns. Children start the hunt by getting a map and a game card and an empty pot o’ gold from the Blarney Booth at the corner of Haverford and Forrest Avenues. They get treats as they find the leprechauns, who are hiding in shops all over town. Once they’ve found all thirteen leprechauns, they return to the booth for a prize. The hunt lasts until 4pm or until all prizes are gone.
Taste of Britain
Eagle Village Shops
Saturday, March 13th
Acccepting reservations from 5:45-8:30
Popular Main Line BYOB Taste of Britain, in their fresh locale in the back part of Eagle Village Shops, is offering their annual Saint Patrick’s Day dinner on Saturday, March 13th. Featuring a 3-course pre-fixed menu for $38 per person, Taste of Britain’s holiday menu includes: Irish soda bread and cheddar sage savory scones, smoked salmon platter or irish potato leek soup, lamb and Guinness stew served with Colcannon or corned beef and cabbage and more. For dessert, Taste of Britain patrons can choose from apple oatmeal crisp with whiskey sauce, chocolate stout cake or white and dark chocolate bread pudding with Irish cream sauce.
New Hope Winery
New Hope, PA
Saturday, March 13th
New Hope Winery is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 13 with Callanish, a traditional Irish five piece band, with local Irish Dancers performing between sets. Tickets to the performance are $23.00 and all seats are at cabaret style tables.
Wine and a corned beef & cabbage supper with Irish soda bread will be available before and during the show. Show time is 8:00 pm. The winery is located at 6123 Lower York Rd in New Hope, PA about 1/2 mile from Peddler’s Village. Reserved seating by calling the Winery at 215-794-2331 or order tickets on line at www.newhopewinery.com. New Hope Winery offers ample free parking.
For St. Patrick’s Day, Silverspoon Cafe will be looking across the Atlantic for inspiration from the best restaurants in today’s Emerald Isle. Chef Ron Silverberg, son of owners Ruth and Ron, will be offering his take on some contemporary Irish dishes on Tuesday, March 16th and Wednesday March 17th. These dishes will be served in addition to Silverspoon’s regular dinner menu.
Highlights include: Ballyshannon Fisherman’s Pie; Irish Mist Glazed Pork Belly with cockles; House smoked salmon with Boxty and crème fraiche appetizer, Dublin short ribs, and Brown soda bread and more! Silverspoon will serve a fun, complimentary flute of green champagne too. Reservations are highly recommended for interested parties. Dinner hours are from 5 to 10 p.m.