If you are looking for a fine holiday meal for Christmas Day, consider taking your family to Raglan Road Irish Restaurant & Pub. Christmas at Raglan Road comes with all the trimmings and some great shopping too.
The Christmas Menu
Feast on Butter & Herb Roast Turkey, Roast Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Duck Fat Roasties, Honey Glazed Carrots, Bacon-Braised Brussels Sprouts, Sausage Meat & Walnut Stuffing, and Red Wine Jus with Cranberry Sauce. The dinner costs $35 for adults and $17.50 for children.
Raglan Road’s regular menu and, of course, all the amazing Irish beers will also be available. The children’s dinner is available for kids ages 9 and under. Live music and dance shows will start at 4:30 p.m. and continue through the evening. There is no entertainment charge.
If you are ready to deck the halls with Irish Christmas baubles and adorn yourselves with Irish holiday apparel, make sure to visit the Shop for Ireland.
Merchandise includes Guinness socks in a beer-can container. Guinness sweaters, T-shirts, and other brew-branded items will keep spirits festive.
The new emerald-green-and-sterling-silver Celtic pendant necklace and earrings with Swarovski stones by Shanore is sure to make an impression.
Starting on Black Friday, November 27, through Sunday, November 29, the Shop for Ireland at the pub will offer savings of 25% off all jewelry and up to 70% off select clothing, souvenirs, and gifts.
To make reservations for your Thanksgiving at Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant, visit their website or call 407-938-0300.
Raglan Road Irish Restaurant & Pub is located at Disney Springs Landing.
Owned and operated by Irish partners John Cooke and Paul Nolan, the much-loved Irish eatery, renowned for daily Irish stage performances by dance troupes and bands, celebrated its 15th anniversary in Orlando this year.
Raglan Road is a real Irish bar, a genuine Victorian-style Dublin pub that was conceived by an Irishman. It was built in Dublin by Irish craftspeople using walnut and mahogany woods from old Irish bars and churches. It was built in Ireland and shipped to Orlando.
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