Pictured (L to R), Chris Kauzlarich, Tracy Brookins, Bill Mitchell, Aaron Feledy and Bri Harangody enjoy some drinks while The Matchsellers perform. Photo by David Slone, Times-Union.
Pictured (L to R), Chris Kauzlarich, Tracy Brookins, Bill Mitchell, Aaron Feledy and Bri Harangody enjoy some drinks while The Matchsellers perform. Photo by David Slone, Times-Union.
The wintry weather mix didn’t keep revelers from enjoying the second annual St. Paddy’s Day celebration Friday evening in downtown Warsaw. Two large tents were on Buffalo Street between Center and Main streets, and 110 Craft Meatery owner Jason Brown estimated 185 to 200 people were inside by about 7:30 p.m. The event started at 5 p.m. and was scheduled to go until about midnight. While organized by Brown, other businesses collaborating in the event were Mad Anthony’s Lake City Taphouse, B’Macs, The Trailhouse, WRSW, Warsaw Party Rental, Blue Note Design, KC Recycling Depot and Latte Lounge. The menu items from B’Macs included corned beef and cabbage with potatoes, fish and chips with coleslaw, Irish stew and potato soup, according to B’Macs owner Brian McClelland. Mad Anthony’s had six beers on tap, including mango pale ale, Good Karma IPA, an Irish stout, Gabby Bland “Old Fat Lager,” a raspberry wheat and an Irish red. Entertainment was provided by two bands, The Matchsellers, a two-piece folksy band, and The Tumbleweed Jumpers, a seven-piece band that’s also folksy.