Lake and Sumter Style Magazine
2:53 am EDT
Friday, September 18, 2020

Going for the Green

St. Patrick’s Day means a good time around town, and, of course, eating the Irish favorite—corned beef and cabbage. The traditional meal came about when early Irish immigrants ate it to remind them of the homeland. According to most stories, many Irish don’t even eat it these days. However, it’s still a very popular American tradition, and you can eat it every day (sans the green beer, of course) at O’Keefe’s Irish Pub in Tavares, Devenney’s Irish Pub in Clermont, or the Magical Meat Boutique in Mount Dora.