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A Place to Eat for St. Patrick’s Day in Philly

If you’re planning on being in Philly for St. Patrick’s Day, you’ve already made at least one great decision. Now let’s make another: Book your St. Patrick’s Day dining reservations at aMuse Philadelphia — and do it soon because tables are going fast.

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Week in Philly at aMuse

aMuse will be serving all of our finest breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner meals throughout the day on St. Patrick’s Day. Stop in for a little “French flare from the Continent” after a day of drinking Irish beers and shots of whiskey! We offer a full menu of delicious cocktails, appetizers, and dishes.

Not sure of your other plans on St. Patrick’s Day in Philly?

There are tons of ways to celebrate in town, but of course, the one thing you absolutely must do is attend Philadelphia’s longest-standing celebration of everything Irish: The Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Of course, the parade will not take place on the actual day of St. Patrick’s Day. Instead, it will be on Sunday. March 11.

The city’s Irish celebration parade has been going on every year since 1771 — one of the country’s oldest! And it just keeps getting better every year. In 2018 — the parade’s 248th year — the parade will be once again going from City Hall down Market Street to Penn’s Landing. It will begin on Sunday, March 11 at noon and will last until 3pm.

Other events that will take place on the day of March 17th can be found here.

aMuse Philadelphia — The Finest Dining in Philly

aMuse Philadelphia is a French-style bistro and brasserie in the upscale Le Méridien hotel. Here, we after breakfast, lunch, cocktails, and dinner on a daily basis.

The story of aMuse can be traced back to a woman named Jacqueline LaBelle. Jacqueline LaBelle was known for her extravagant parties, which always took place in her Rittenhouse Square mansion. Sparing no expense, Jacqueline imported the finest French libations and cuisine, and among the guests were always the most fabulous socialites and stars of the Silver Screen — not to mention the biggest names in fashion, literature, music, and politics. Her always-kohl-lined eyes were Jacqueline’s signature mark.

Why base our bistro on Jacqueline’s story? Her style, class, elegance, and fabulous taste made her who she was, and we know that the same attributes have and always will define aMuse in Philly as well.

Book your St. Patrick’s Day reservation today. We look forward to welcoming you soon! À tout à l’heure et bon appétit!

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