Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day Dinner at the Century House in Latham, NY!

“May the road rise to meet you

May the wind be always at your back

May the warm rays of sun fall upon your home

And may the hand of a friend always be near.”

- A Traditional Irish blessing

Much like this Irish blessing, at the Century House, we always want our guests to feel like they are coming home.  Whether it is good friends or good food, the Century House is always eager to help create a new memory and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception.

With Irish names like DeMers and O’Hearn, it is impossible to deny how much of a rich Irish history the Century House holds and celebrating this holiday is a favorite past time.  Legend has it that St. Patrick banished snakes from Ireland, chasing them into the sea after they attacked him during a 40-day fast he was undertaking on top of a hill.  Today, the Century House uses St. Patrick’s Day as an occasion to celebrate our Irish roots, eat, drink and enjoy the company of friends.

This year, Executive Chef Michael Niccoli, CEC has prepared a specialty menu nothing short of an Irish feast for guests to enjoy from March 12th-18th.  Although potatoes, the basis for many traditional Irish dishes, will be plentiful, we will also be serving Irish staples such as hearty lamb stew and corn beef and cabbage with a twist!  St. Patrick’s Day specialty menus can be viewed by clicking here.

Every time a guest has dinner at the Century House, they are paying it forward to those less fortunate in our community. Through our Enjoy One, Share One program, for every entrée served, one meal is provided to someone through the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York.  Guests who join the Century House for St. Patrick’s Day will be assisting the Century House in continuing to feed those hungry in the Capital Region: to date, we have donated over 254,000 meals.

Call the Century House in Latham NY at 518-785-0931 to learn more about our St. Patrick’s Day celebration and reserve your spot at our table!

 

 

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