St. Patrick’s Day to go! Where to order corned beef and cabbage today

The Amber Rose Restaurant and Catering is a Dayton institution specializing in homemade Eastern European cuisine. On the menu is a tradition Rueben sandwich made with house cooked corned beef topped with saurkraut, swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing on grilled rye. LISA POWELL / STAFF
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The Amber Rose Restaurant and Catering is a Dayton institution specializing in homemade Eastern European cuisine. On the menu is a tradition Rueben sandwich made with house cooked corned beef topped with saurkraut, swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing on grilled rye. LISA POWELL / STAFF

New York's St. Patrick's Day parade is being postponed.

It's the first time the parade will not go on as planned in it's more than 250 year history.

It was first held in 1762, more than a decade before the Declaration of Independence was signed.

Like New York, Dayton's festivities are also being cancelled. No early morning breakfast and day drinking at the Dublin Pub.

No green beer at Flanagan's.

But for those looking to still savor the flavor of the day, many restaurants and stores in town will be offering corned beef and cabbage dinners for carryout today as they shift gears and look to still try and attract business.

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Dorothy Lane Market 

The stores are no longer taking orders online, so contact your favorite DLM Deli to see about reserving a meal. Oakwood - 937-299.3561: Washington Square - 937-434-1294: Springboro 937-748-6800.

DLM's dinner to-go features DLM store-made corned beef brisket brined in a blend of pickling spiced and topped with peppercorn and bay leaves. The New York-style corned beef is served with steamed cabbage and red skin potatoes that are tossed with sweet butter, fresh parsley, sea salt, and black pepper. It's a traditional St. Patrick's Day meal that is ready to heat and serve at home. For an ideal accompaniment, pair with a pint of Guinness and a loaf of DLM Bakery's tasty Irish soda bread.

Grab some green food coloring and make yourself a green beer to drink. If you are eating around 7 p.m. the Dropkick Murphys will be doing their traditional concert from Boston. The concert will be available to live stream on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook Live on March 17 at 7 p.m.

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Restaurants serving St. Patrick’s day themed to-go orders 

Other restaurants in town are doing to-go orders that will pair well with beer and Celtic punk music. Be sure to call ahead to reserve and pay. Meals are dependent on availability.

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The Amber Rose 

1400 Valley St., Dayton

937-228-2511

Bunkers Bar and Grill 

893 E National Rd., Vandalia

937-890-8899

Dublin Pub 

300 Wayne Ave., Dayton

937-224-7822

Fifth Street Brew Pub 

1600 E 5th St., Dayton

937-443-0919

The menu includes the Paddy’s Day Melt for $12 with corned beef, swiss cheese, cabbage and Thousand Island dressing on grilled marble rye.

Geez Grill and Pub 

5841 Far Hills Ave.,Kettering

937-439-0001

K D's Kettering Bar-B-Q 

3911 Marshall Rd., Kettering

937-293-3592

Contact this contributing writer at alexis.e.larsen@hotmail.com.

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