what's new at T.S. McHugh's Irish Pub & Restaurant
Pre-St. Patrick's Party with Creeping Time
We begin our St. Patrick's Day celebration with live music by
The guys are back for their annual multi-day visit to T.S. McHugh's.
Creeping Time will play traditional Irish music along with their repertoire of bluegrass and roots, played at the speed of the Pogues.
It’s like The Chieftans, Bill Monroe, and Vassar Clements jamming with Phish, Steve Earle, and the Ramones.
St. Patrick's Day Dash
T.S. McHugh's opens early for the
St. Patrick's Day Dash,
serving breakfast 'til 11:00 and lunch all morning and afternoon.
St. Patrick's Day
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at T.S. McHugh's. We offer our special menu the whole day. Come in and try corned beef & cabbage, beef & Guinness pie, or another St. Patrick's Day favorite. At the bar, we have plenty of Harp Lager and Guinness Stout on tap, and a dozen Irish whiskeys.
Live music by
Music begins early afternoon and goes 'til the wee hours.
There will be a cover for the bar, but not for the dining rooms.
T.S. McHugh's will be closed on March 18 for minor renovations.
The Alaskan Way Viaduct has been a fixture of Seattle's
skyline and a vital north-south route through downtown for nearly sixty years.
Last summer, the world's largest-diameter tunneling machine
began digging the SR 99 tunnel,
the centerpiece of the state's efforts to replace the seismically vulnerable viaduct.
At the April Queen Anne Science Café, join Dave Sowers of the Alaskan Way Viaduct
Replacement Program for a talk on tunneling activities and construction near the
tunnel's north and south portals.