Just a few days before the March Madness begins B-dubs decides to drop this new special on us. They have been notorious for having cheap traditional wings on Tuesdays, but now they've added boneless as well. Just 60 cents EACH! We just called the East Lansing B-dubs to get confirmation that both are indeed 60 cents, Tuesdays only. Other locations and cost may vary. This is for a limited time though!
Wanna talk about it? Hit up the forums!
EDITORS NOTE: WOW!
ST. PATRICK'S DAY WEEKEND MARCH 15th, 16th, and 17th.
Keep an eye on those dates because this year St. Patrick's day falls on a SUNDAY (the 17th) which means most bars are hosting events the entire weekend. Thank you to all the ELB fans out there that continue to make this site great. Hopefully this year will be the best St. Patrick's day yet and with a guide like this you can't go wrong!
It appears the "normal" opening time for most bars on the 17th is around 10:00am or 11:00am. As always we will be updating this article all week, so check back often! If you hear about an event or special going on hopefully it's obvious by this point to let us know via Twitter or Facebook! Thanks! MORE TO COME!
It looks like the Land Shark is doing a weekend long string of events featuring DJ Southpaw each night. No prices or specials have been mentioned except that they will have green beer, green mugs and Irish car bombs going the entire weekend, pizza slices from Goombas for 75 cents as well.
Goombas Pizza: $.75 a slice from 6pm-11pm
Goombas Pizza: $.75 a slice from noon-6pm
Harrison Road House and Harrison PUB:
Open at 11:00 am - HRH is featuring $2 pints/$3 Mugs of GREEN beer, $3 Concannon Irish Whiskey, $4 Irish Car Bombs, and $4 pints of GLBC Conway's Irish Ale and Short's Uncle Steve's Irish Stout!
Open at 7:00 A.M with ICE DJs and tons of green beer. First 100 get a free breakfast sandwich. Free pizza noon to 1.
Saturday: "St. Practice Day"
"DJ Big Mike will be playing every hit you want to hear from noon til 6:00, then it’s Jerry Sprague on top of the bar helping you sing along until Square Pegz takes over from 10 til close.
Now, to provide the proper medicine for your throats (don’t want to be singing off key), there’ll be $1 drafts from noon til 3:00 with $2.50 pints and $3.50 calls all day and all night. And with the big screens on, you nigh miss a game in the NCAA tourney."
Open at 7:00 a.m with $1.00 drafts and a breakfast buffet!
Dublin Square Irish Pub:
We thought this comment that was posted on Dublin's Facebook page was pretty awesome... "Not into green beer? Neither are we...we would be happy to pour a Perfect Pint of Guinness for you anytime, but especially this weekend."Their Irish breakfast includes the following. "Corned beef hash (with our house made corned beef), Irish banger sausages, made for us by Mert's Specialty Meats of Okemos, scrambled eggs and toast."
open at 9am - Irish breakfast served until noon.
Open at 7am - Irish Breakfast will be served until noon.
This is all we have on Dublin for now, MORE INFO COMING SOON!
Hello to all of you East Lansing Bar frequenters! The good folks here at eastlansingbars.com just gave me the go ahead as a new writer for their website, and as a fellow ELB enthusiast, I feel obliged to introduce myself.
For me, a perfect Saturday night in East Lansing starts around 7 pm at The Roadhouse Pub, a small, cozy joint off of Harrison. I can get up to speed there, watching Hockey Night in Canada with a small group of friends before I meet up with anyone else at a more popular place. At around nine-thirty or ten, PT O’Malley’s is the usual move. More than a pub, PT's is always a party, but with a tighter feel than one of the big boys. After a few rounds, it’s off to Dublin Square, Harpers or Ricks for the late night, where you can usually meet up with a larger group, or run into someone you know.
Like all of you, I love to drink. Sometimes I drink too much. Sometimes I get kicked out of places, no matter how many times I yell, “I’m not that drunk!” Sometimes, against my better judgment, I pay cover at Ricks, even when it’s 1 a.m. And most of the time, even if I’m not hungry, I end up at Menna’s, Conrad’s, or anywhere open past 2 a.m., just so I can stay out for a little bit longer and have a good time with great people.
What I love most about the EL Bar scene, other than the women, is not knowing how your night will finish (on the best nights the two are not mutually exclusive). No matter where you end up, you’re in for a hell of a time, and I'd bet that something exciting and unexpected will find you. I’m Lou DiVizio, and I’ll see you around.
Editors Note: Thanks Lou, welcome to the ELB blogging crew!