It's almost St. Patrick's Day and no doubt, you are preparing your green shirt, ready to pinch (or not pinch, with current social distancing recommendations) a few friends and are maybe even craving a big pot of corned beef and cabbage.
If you are really looking to get in the mood, there are several local restaurants that serve food that with an Irish touch. From corned beef hash and corned beef sandwiches, there is something that will satisfy your lucky taste buds -- though with current recommendations, you should consider getting it to-go.
At Firehouse Subs, you can pick up a New York Steamer, which has corned beef brisket, pastrami, melted provolone, deli mustard, mayo and Italian dressing.
Locations: 62 W. Bulldog Blvd., Provo; 538 E. University Parkway, Orem; 2975 W. Clubhouse Drive, Lehi
Moochie's Meatballs has a grilled reuben sandwich that has corned beef, grilled with sauerkraut, then topped with swiss cheese, pickles and reuben sauce.
Location: 380 N. 850 East, Lehi
Gandolfos' Rockefeller Reuben, which has corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, spicy mustard or Russian dressing served hot on rye bread. But that's not the only sandwich with the specialty meat, the Dagwood, the I Love New York, the Carnegie Hall, the Corned Beef on Rye and the Greenwich Village.
Locations: 362 E. State St., American Fork; 715 S. Main St., Pleasant Grove; 775 N. State St., Orem; 818 N. 500 West, Provo; 565 W. State Road 198 Hwy. 6, Salem; 1085 N. Chappel Drive, Spanish Fork
Black Bear Diner
If you want to start your St. Patrick's Day early, you can grab some corned beef hash at Black Bear Diner, with shredded corned beef brisket, griddle-fried with potatoes.
Locations: 771 E. University Parkway, Orem; 154 N. West State Road, American Fork
Jim's Family Restaurant
If you want a festive breakfast, head over to Jim's Family Restaurant in American Fork. You can celebrate with a plate of corned beef hash, two eggs, homestyle potatoes and pancakes.
Location: 834 E. State St., American Fork