About Raglan RoadAlthough it is located in Central Florida, Raglan Road is about as Irish as it gets. This Irish-owned pub was in fact built in Ireland, then shipped to Orlando. Once you step inside, the rich wood tones and 130 year old bars will make you feel as if you’ve traveled across the pond. On the menu you’ll find modern twists on classic Irish cuisine, such as Braised Beef, Shepard’s Pie, Quinoa and Bean Burger, and of course, the pub’s signature beer-battered Fish and Chips. For those with gluten sensitivities, there is a gluten-free Fish and Chips available as well. The bar features an extensive collection of craft, imported, and domestic beers, whiskies, ales, wine, and specialty drinks.
The Mighty St. Patrick’s FestivalThis year the festival will take place on March 16 – 18 for a weekend full of delicious food and drinks paired with wonderful music and dance performances. No tickets are required, although there will be a small cover charge for guests 18 and over on March 17. Plan to arrive early on St. Patrick’s Day as guests will be seated on a first-come, first serve basis. Among the many talented performers at the festival are Young Dubliners and Elevation, the International U2 Tribute Show, along with The Raglan Road Irish Dancers. Find out more here and visit Raglan Road’s website for updates on featured artists and festival activities.
After celebrating the holiday with food, drink, music, and perhaps a dance or two, you’ll want a quiet place to rest. Luckily, Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista is just around the corner, only 2 miles away. Relax in spacious guestrooms with in-room climate controlled air-conditioning and Wi-Fi. In case you happen to have leftovers, a mini-fridge and microwave in each room allow you to revisit your Irish meal later. Plan your St. Patrick’s Day weekend today by calling 407-996-7300.