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You’re in luck: A list of where to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day

Looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? You came to the right place.
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Looking for a place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? You came to the right place.

Time to make your St. Patrick’s Day plans before hoisting too much green beer. From Guinness to step dancers to Irish poutine, these restaurants will make you feel lucky.

Back Bay Social

Work on your hangover beginning at 10 a.m. at a kegs and eggs brunch with whiskey flights, green beer, and classic Irish dishes. 867 Boylston St., Boston, 617-247-3200, www.backbaysocialclub.com

City Tap House

The pub opens at 9 a.m. with door prizes, a Jameson photo booth, and corned beef breakfast sandwiches. 10 Boston Wharf Rd., Boston, 617-904-2748, www.citytap.com

City Winery

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Visit for $12 brunch specials like bangers and mash with sunny-side-up eggs or Guinness stout gravy and corned beef hash with poached eggs. 80 Beverly St., Boston, 617-933-8047, www.citywinery.com

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The duo of restaurants in Newton and Needham serve Sunday evening fish and chips and shepherd’s pie. 825 Washington St., Newton, www.cooknewton.com and 109 Chapel St., Needham,

www.cookneedham.com

Grafton Street Pub & Grill

If you’re in Harvard Square, drop in for Irish stout-and-cheddar fondue and soda bread pudding. 1230 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 617-497-0400, www.graftonstreetcambridge.com

Hamilton

No, not that one. Brookline’s Hamilton serves $15 Irish specials all day — beef stew, boiled dinner, Guinness-braised ribs — and hosts Irish step dancers and fiddle players. At 9 p.m., a DJ takes over, playing Irish classics. 1366 Beacon St., Brookline, 617-232-0033, www.hamiltonbrookline.com

The Harp

Their special St. Patrick’s Day menu has corned beef and cabbage, Irish bread pudding, and corned beef flatbread topped with sauerkraut and Dijon lager sauce. Mmm! 85 Causeway St., Boston, 617-742-1010, www.harpboston.com

Il Molo

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Il Molo’s Pino Maffeo serves a $26 boiled dinner with a twist: house-made corned beef, cumin roasted cabbage, mashed potatoes, and roasted carrots. 326 Commercial St., Boston, 857-277-1895, www.ilmolo.com

MJ O’Connor’s

Step dancers perform at 3:30 p.m., followed by the Martin Mcatee Band at 4 p.m. 27 Columbus Ave., Boston, 617-482-2255, www.mjoconnors.com

Ned Devine’s

The Faneuil Hall bar hosts live music and step dancers beginning at 12 p.m. and serves a traditional Irish boiled dinner. 1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, 617-248-8800, www.neddevinesboston.com

Rebel Guild

The new restaurant inside the Revere Hotel Boston Common serves dishes like the Southie boil, a “spud sampler,” Irish soda bread, Irish stew, and a Kahlua and Bailey’s terrine. 200 Stuart St., Boston, 617-457-2625, www.reverehotel.com

Sólás Irish Pub

Get a classic boiled dinner, bangers and mash, and Irish potato pancakes topped with bacon and sour cream. 710 Boylston St., Boston, 617-933-4803, www.solasboston.com

Sonsie

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The swanky Back Bay spot hosts a St. Patrick’s Day brunch with sweet potato hash and, yes, green prosecco. 327 Newbury St., Boston, 617-351-2500, www.sonsieboston.com

State Street Provisions

Specials include corned beef cheek sliders, shepherd’s pie poutine, and corned beef and cabbage. 255 State St., Boston, 617-863-8363, www.statestreetprovisions.com

South Street Diner

The diner prepares a $10 corned beef and cabbage special, spins Irish tunes, and — best of all —all beers are under $6. 178 Kneeland St., Boston, 617-350-0028, www.southstreetdiner.com

Sumiao Hunan Kitchen

Yes, even a Chinese restaurant embraces the Irish spirit on Sunday with an $11 Irish Lad cocktail, made with Jameson, Luxardo liqueur, lime reduction, and ginger liqueur. 270 Third St., Cambridge, 617-945-0907, www.sumiaohunan.com

The Summer Shack

This place is known for seafood, but they’ll do a corned beef (cured for 10 days!) and cabbage platter on St. Patrick’s Day. 50 Dalton St., Boston, 617-867-9955 and 149 Alewife Brook Parkway, Cambridge, 617-520-9500, www.summershackrestaurant.com

Tamo Bistro + Bar

Tamo eliminates the need for Guinness pints with a 51-ounce Guinness fish bowl for $16. Yes, two people must share it. 1 Seaport Lane, Boston, 617-385-4304, www.tamoboston.com

Kara Baskin can be reached at kara.baskin@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @kcbaskin.