Through March 17: Son of a Butcher

Try something new at Son of a Butcher with the restaurant’s limited-time milkshake and slider. Celebrate St. Patrick’s with The Irishman, a wagyu slider with toppings including peppered bacon, sharp Irish cheddar cheese, caramelized onion and Irish stout aioli. The restaurant is also offering a festive green shake with mint ice cream, icing, whipped cream, marshmallows, sprinkles and Lucky Charms. Son of a Butcher has two locations in the metro: 469-592-8842. 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano; 469-862-8780. 2026 Greenville Ave., Dallas.

Through March 19: Bar Louie

Make up for lost time at Bar Louie’s O’riginal St. Paddy’s Celebration. According to the website, the restaurant and bar is making up for lost time by hosting a celebration March 12-19. Some festive beverage offerings include Green Beer, a Jameson Irish Whiskey Sidecar for $3, Irish Slammers and a glass of Guinness. In addition, there will be live music and swag provided by Guinness at participating locations. The gastropub is also offering the chance to win a trip for two to Dublin, Ireland. For entry details, customers can download the Bar Louie app and join Louie Nation. Multiple locations throughout Dallas-Fort Worth.

March 17: Taziki’s

Go green! For those who like to eat their greens instead of wearing them, Taziki’s is offering 7% off all green salads March 17. Some of the green salads on the menu include a Greek salad with tomatoes, cucumbers, feta cheese, red onions, roasted red peppers and kalamata olives as well as a Taziki’s Caesar Salad featuring fresh mixed greens, grated Parmesan cheese, croutons and a Caesar dressing. Multiple locations throughout Dallas-Fort Worth.

March 17: Legacy Hall

Swing by Legacy Hall in Plano for $4 green beers from 3-6 p.m. and free live music by The Rich Girls. The six-piece Dallas-based band pays homage to the music of Hall & Oates, Prince and more 80s classics. In addition to green beer, the event will also offer an Irish Mule and a Dew and Brew Bucket: shots of Tullamore Irish whiskey around a bucket of cold beer. For food options, the event will offer a fish and chips taco by Velvet Taco with beer-battered cod, malted french fries, curry mayo, malted french fries and pea tendrils. 3-9 p.m. 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano.

March 17: Tupps Brewery

Celebrate the holiday at Tupps with a happy hour from 4-6 p.m. March 17. In addition to green beer, the brewery will offer $1 off its full beer and hard seltzer menu. In addition to beverages, Barley by Rye will be open for dinner from 5-8:30 p.m. serving items from its menu, some of which include cheese curds, queso-stuffed wagyu meatballs and black bean hummus. Jillibean BBQ will also be at the brewery serving Full Grown Bangers & Mash and homemade corned beef on rye, according to the Tupps Brewery website. 214-856-7996. 721 Anderson St., McKinney.

March 17: Harvest Hall

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on with live entertainment featuring Jason Elmore & Hoodoo Witch, a Dallas-based band blending rock, swing blues, soul R&B and 60s country into one sound. The event will also feature dancers from McTeggart North Texas, who perform traditional Irish step dancing. Inside Harvest Hall, guests can find green beer and Jameson specials. Free. 6-9 p.m. 817-251-3050. 815 S. Main St., Grapevine.

March 19: Shannon Brewery

Get festive at this all-day event in Keller on March 19. From noon-9 p.m., there will be seasonal beers as well as unique beers brewed for this event. Some of the beers include Bourbon Barrel Irish Red, Berries & Cream Sour, Original Chocolate Stout and more. The event will also feature bagpipes and live music as well as food options from El Mofo Loco and Just Encased. Providencia Cigars will also be at the event with cigars. Tickets are not required but are available for purchase. $25 (early registration), $30 (at the door). 817-337-9892. 818 N. Main St., Keller.