Sunday, March 17, 2024

St. Patrick's Day Celebration at Olympic Club

Olympic Club

All weekend long!

All ages welcome

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About St. Patrick's Day Celebration

St. Patrick's Day Celebration

The leprechauns are on our side, bringing us rainbows and merriment for St. Patrick's Day. Join us for two days of food & drink specials, McMenamins own Irish Stout and plenty of hijinks. Plus live music on Saturday!

Live Muisc and Entertainment

Bagpiping by Gordon MacDonald * 5-5:30pm
Haley Prendergast Irish Dancers * 5-5:40pm
Briarfinch * 6-8pm
The Roostertails * 9-11pm

Devils Bit Whiskey

Our St. Patrick's Day whiskey returns! This in-demand spirit only comes around once a year; get it while you can! 200ml flasks go on sale Sunday, March 17 at the hotel gift shops, bottle shops, Edgefield Distillery and select locations.

Food & Drink Specials

McMenamins Irish Stout
A fantastic fusion of coffee-like roasted barley bitterness and notes of semi-sweet chocolate, tethered to moderate hop flavor with tiny nitrogen bubbles to heighten its smooth, silky creaminess.

Irish Coffee
Tullamore D.E.W., espresso & fresh-whipped cream

Irish Stout Ice Cream Float
Vanilla bean ice cream • 21 & older please

Irish Fries Are Smiling
Fries topped with cheese & ale sauce, crisp bacon, sour cream & green onion

Irish Reuben
Corned beef, Swiss cheese, buttermilk coleslaw & mustard sauce on grilled rye bread served with your choice of fries or tots

MacSleyne Irish Stew
Traditional lamb stew with hearty vegetables & barley served with soda bread & butter

Workingman's Corned Beef & Cabbage
With Hammerhead Ale, red potatoes & carrots served with soda bread

About The Roostertails

The Roostertails

With the unmistakable, thumping low end of the big, blue upright bass and the reverb soaked twang and growl of a hollowbody Gretsch guitar The Roostertails rope in audiences with a sound that says "this is who we are, and this is what we do" with no apologies. They seamlessly mix the well known hits and deep cuts of other artists with their own creations, never missing a beat. On stage you'll find Yotes slapping away at his signature upright bass, occasionally interrupting his crooning melodies with strategically-placed, rock inspired vocal breakups. Dave plays the part of the wildman, coaxing a range of tones out of his Gretsch while taking over vocal duties when the band dips into the honky tonk songs of his Texas roots. Travis drives the tempo with a mindblowing array of rhythms developed over years of experience in professional drumlines. The product of over 45 years of combined musical experience ranging from their early garage days to time spent in national touring acts (and every level in between), they have strived from the beginning to put together an undeniably entertaining show with broad appeal. With a broad selection of songs that, while centered in rockabilly, borrow elements from honky tonk, blues, latin, and rock they believe they have the makings of that.

About Briarfinch


Briarfinch came together from progressive bluegrass inspirations, Irish roots, and a shared attention to musical detail. Cory Briar (The Vineyard Collective) and Joshua Grice (Oly Mountain Boys) join Tom Roalkvam and Erin Finch (The Burren Band) in Olympia's newest entry to the Americana scene.

Briarfinch blends a one-two punch of passionate songwriters with virtuosic leads and tight arrangements of modern bluegrass standards from the likes of Bela Fleck, Chris Thile, Hawktail, Casey Driessen, Kruger Brothers, and David Grisman.