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The Gage amps up their Irish

In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day, Chef Dirk Flanigan of the The Gage decided to play up the gastro-pub's Irish roots with a slew of traditional Irish fare, to supplement regular menu items. Served lunch and dinner from March 12-17th, diners can have their fill of everything from house-smoked Irish salmon to corned beef and cabbage. Among the highlights looks to be Chef Flanigan's interpretation of the classic Irish stew known as coddle, a rich melange of sausage, pork belly, potatoes, mustard and cabbage.


Following Chicago's St. Patrick's Day parade this Saturday March 13th, The Gage will host live Irish music in all of the dining rooms as well.


The Gage is located at 24 South Michigan Avenue. Call 312-372-4243 for more information.

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