ST PADDY's Day Luncheon
11:30AM Saturday March 16
Mary Mac's Tea Room
And Top O' the Day to Ye
There are so many ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day: A drive to Savannah for the Annual St. Patrick's Parade, it's masses and the crowds. A drive to Dublin GA to celebrate the luck of the Irish. Perhaps a celeberation at a local irish pub in Midtown or beyond? Better yet, Mary Mac' Tea Room for corned beef and cabbage and a wee spot of Irish (liquid) for ye !
So off to Mary Mac's we go for all the delicious comfort food, pot likker and cornbread, 'mater pie, etc. We will forego a breakfast for our luncheon indulgement at Mary Mac's!
Plan to meet no later than 11:30A. Paula will do her best to secure reservations but it will depend on the size of our group. SO RVSP on the Evite ASAP. Let's hope you can join us for a delicious, bountiful and southern lunch.
We're told the bartender at Mary Mac's will have an Irish concoction for us to enjoy prior to our pot likker and cornbread. So don't distress yourself that you might miss toasting the Irish.
The parking lot at Mary Mac's is usually full, but there is parking along the street close by. But drive through the lot to check for space anyway unless they have an attendant, who's job seemingly enough is to shoo you away. AKA Find parking nearby, be resourceful. Best Southern food you ever have eaten.
As a reminder Common courtesy dictates that if you have a last minute cancellation you either immediately update your evite response, or phone Paula directly. We understand plans change, but we are also coordinating reservations and tables for those that can make it.
We sure hope too see you on the 16th at Mary Mac's Tea Room (you'll find out why it's called a Tea Room when we get there).
For those of you who make it this far into our postings, Thank you. We ask you to keep our friend and family member Doug Jackson in your prayers.
Paula Vopelak - Vice President