Bismarck, ND - The Blarney Stone Pub. A dark wood bar and tables and flat-screen TVs accent this long narrow space in downtown Bismarck. You'll find dozens of pints and bottled beers, including a handful of Irish brews, plus "married pints" that mix two ales. Appetizers include the usual mix of bar offerings, given cheesy Irish-influenced names (Irish nachos, Celtic crab cakes, Mussels Malone).
Minot, ND - Ebeneezer's Eatery & Irish Pub has been offering Irish pub food and spirits to the community for over 10 years. They serve traditional, authentic Irish fare as well as American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
I am not Irish. From my family research I have found myself to be of German, Scottish, miscellaneous mix (I guess you could call me an American mutt). I do, however, love any chance to celebrate a holiday with food!! My daughters and I used to make a yearly summer trip up to Minot, ND to go to the zoo but most importantly to visit Ebeneezer's Eatery & Irish Pub. The first time I visited I ordered the Irish stew with Guinness bread. It was about $3 for a cup of the stew with a chunk O'…
Amazing. A straw bale maze with a 3 story pyramid at its centre, ladders and slides. It is the official world record holder and is in Idaho. The maze used 3,202 bales of straw, with each bale weighing an approximate 1,100 lbs.The maze features 1.6 miles of pathway, both on the ground and in the elevated 3D section. Wow.
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