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Where to Get Shepherd’s Pie for St. Patrick’s Day in Westchester

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If you crave more than a wee bit of food this St. Patrick’s Day, we recommend a shepherd’s pie from one of these Westchester restaurants.

There are multiple tales to how the comforting and cozy dish, shepherd’s pie, got its name. One of the most popular is that it evolved from the dish “cottage pie,” which consisted of leftover meat and cheap potatoes. The name “cottage pie” suggested that the consumers of the dish were poor Irish folks that lived in cottages. It became known as shepherd’s pie when lamb started to be used as the main meat ingredient.

Shepherd’s pie recipes can differ slightly, but they all have the same basic structure of ground meat cooked in gravy and vegetables, and a mashed potato crust on top, and sometimes the bottom.

Shamrock and roll down to one of these spots to taste traditional shepherd’s pie right here in Westchester.

Emma’s Ale House

68 Gedney Way, White Plains; 914.683.3662

Enjoy traditional shepherd’s pie at this pot of gold family-friendly restaurant for lunch on St. Paddy’s Day.

 

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The Heritage Bar

960 McLean Ave, Yonkers; 914.776.7532

This Yonkers sports bar, known for its trivia night, has a savory shepherd’s pie made of ground Angus beef, carrots, peas, gravy, and a golden potato crust.

The Irish Bank

230 E. Hartsdale Ave, Hartsdale; 914.713.8840

Starting at 11 a.m. on the big day, The Irish Bank is offering an extensive St. Patrick’s Day menu for dine-in and takeout. Of course, shepherd’s pie is on the menu, and so is Bailey’s cheesecake.

Jack’s Bar & Restaurant

219 Main St, Eastchester; 914.652.7650

Available on March 17, Jack’s is cooking up a traditional shepherd’s pie with a Dubliner cheese glaze and shepherd’s pie arancini, along with a full menu of Irish specials.

JP Doyle’s

48 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow; 914.631.3015

Pair your shepherd’s pie, or other traditional Irish dishes, with the J.P. Doyle’s lager while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Sleepy Hollow.

 

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Mickey Spillane’s

431 White Plains Rd, Eastchester; 914.395.3838

If you’re looking to pair your shepherd’s pie with special St. Paddy’s themed cocktails, head to Mickey Spillane’s to try the Mickey’s Boilermaker, Get Your Green On, and more, including hot cocktails with Bailey’s and the like.

Rory Dolans

890 McLean Ave, Yonkers; 914.776.2946

This Irish bar and restaurant is inviting everyone to enjoy shepherd’s pie and wide variety of Irish whiskey and beers this St. Paddy’s Day. Dine in and watch the NYC parade on TV this March 17, or catch the Yonkers parade live on March 19.

Bonus: Pie for dinner and dessert!

Noble Pies

22 Purdy Ave, Rye; 914.305.3174

At this inviting downtown newcomer, the green lime cream pie and Guinness chocolate cake take the revelry up a notch, but if food is in order first, consider the savory and unique corned beef and cabbage pot pie.

 

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Related: Where to Eat Irish Food on St. Patrick’s Day in Westchester

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