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Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day at Montclair’s Hottest New Bar

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Pharmacie Liquor Bar Opens Early to Roll Out Irish Celebration with Food & Drink Specials 

The Pharmacie Liquor Bar is rolling out the green carpet in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. That’s right, the hottest new bar in Montclair is starting the St. Patrick’s Day celebration early with a 1pm opening on Saturday, March 17 offering food and drink specials all day long.

Special culinary creations introduced by Chef Nick Greiss include corned beef sliders and a special limited menu. Rob Vrancken and Leah Castellazzo, the Pharmacie Liquor Bar’s resident bartenders and mixologists, developed some St. Patrick’s Day bar specials including an Irish Mule or Irish Coffee for just $10 or a can of Narragansett Beer and a shot of Jameson Irish Whiskey for only $8.

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We have a fun vibe here at the Pharmacie. By opening early we hope to help residents ring in St. Patrick’s Day locally with some great food, great cocktails, and great friends,” said Robert Vracken, resident bartender and mixologist at Pharmacie Liquor Bar.

Pharmacie Liquor Bar, located at 398 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair, New Jersey is opening at 1 pm on Saturday, March 17 for St. Patrick’s Day. Normal hours of operation are Wednesday through Saturday from 5:30pm-12:30am with the bar remaining open until 1:30am. On Sunday the kitchen is open from 5:30pm-10:00pm with the bar remaining open until 11:30pm. Pharmacie Liquor Bar will be open for brunch starting in the spring of 2018. For more information please visit www.PharmacieLiquorBar.com, or call (973)968-5303. Follow Pharmacie Liquor Bar on Facebook at Pharmacie Liquor Bar, on Instagram @pharmacieliquorbar, or on Twitter @PharmacieBarNJ.

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