Save yourself a trawl round all manner of 'Oirish' establishments this St Patrick's Day in search of a decent pint of Guinness with the Hot Dinners round-up of where to celebrate St Patrick's Day in London.
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The Old Bengal Bar in the City is teaming up with Jameson for some special cocktails until 19 March. They include Get Lucky (£12.50) - which is blend of Jameson Caskmates, lemon juice, sugar, egg white and matcha powder - so it'll be nice and green. On the day itself, expect live music from the O’Connell Duo.
Hipchips are putting on some special Irish dips for their crisps on the day itself. They'll have - "Savoury- Stout Rarebit & Chutney" and Sweet-Baileys Irish Cream" - available on the day.
If you head to any Youngs pub, you'll be able to get a free pint of Guinness if you use their app, from 16-19 March.
The Bloomsbury Club Bar is putting on a St Patrick's Party, partnering with Dingle Whiskey Distillery while Irish river dancers will be on hand and there's an authentic Irish menu including Baked West Coast Oysters and Murphy’s Blissful Butterscotch Ice Cream.
In Marylebone, 108 Brasserie will have Guinness bread from morning to mid-afternoon, as well as a traditional Irish dish including, bacon loin, cabbage and parsley sauce on the menu for £16 all day.
At Fortnum and Mason, Clodagh McKenna has taken over the Gallery restaurant until 19 March, with dishes including "Glenarm Sweet Cheeks, Buttery Colcannon & Braised Spring Onions". Or you can head down to their lower ground for Irish rock oysters, an Irish Stout Bar and tastings from Irish food suppliers across the floor.
The newly revamped Goode and Wright will have a Guinness Chocolate Cake on the menu - Guinness chocolate sponge, layered with a light Marmite Chantilly cream, served alongside a black sesame ice-cream, on a little bed of crystallised white chocolate for a fiver.
And don't forget the Murphia
If you want the best food the Irish have to offer London all year round - check out our feature on the Irish names that are big in the London food and drink scene here.