Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with their featured Guinness Bacon Cheeseburger bursting with Irish-inspired flavours, and to mark the occasion, anyone with an Irish passport can redeem a half priced Guinness Bacon Cheeseburger on 17 March between 11am and 2pm when dining in the Glasgow cafe.
The week’s celebrations don’t stop there. The cafe will see a fantastic display of Irish dancing from the Sarah Frances Smith School of Irish Dancing on Monday 12 March.
The St. Paddy’s Burger is a mouth-watering Guinness Bacon Cheeseburger available as a rockin’ tribute to the Irish national holiday. It’s made with a Hard Rock signature burger patty, topped with Jameson bacon jam and succulent Guinness cheese sauce, served on a toasted bun with crisp lettuce, vine-ripened tomato and a side of Hard Rock fries.
The Guinness Bacon Cheeseburger will be a highlight of the Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow menu and a must try for St Patrick’s Day this year, featured from Monday 12 March to Sunday 18 March.
The Sarah Frances Smith School of Irish Dancing will be putting on a special display at Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow on Monday 12 March to mark the forthcoming celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day, and comes ahead of Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow sponsoring the World Irish Dancing Championships, which will be held in Glasgow from 24 March.
Be sure to get down to the sham-rocking St. Patrick’s Day celebrations at Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow!
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