St. Patrick's Day can be awful: green food, overserved youth, and, is that a bowl of Lucky Charms in your hand? That's no way to mark the cultural and religious celebration of the patron saint of Ireland! No one would blame you if you stayed home tonight, but if you still feel like going out, we suggest the St. Patrick’s feast at 21st Amendment Brewery, because it sounds just lovely.

21st Amendment spokesperson Stephenie Medina tells us that the brewery will be partnering with SOMA-based Roberts Corned Meats to create "an authentic St. Patrick’s feast including hearty plates of corned beef, carrots and mashed potatoes." If you're feeling woolier, bowls of lamb stew with mashed potatoes will also be served. Either meal will have 21st Amendment’s Chef Matt Riley's own Irish Soda Bread on the side.

Up for a drink? They're serving a very special brew tonight: “St. Patrick O'Sullivan's Irish Red, a malt forward ale dispensed out of a nitrogen faucet that will only be available for tasting that day at the brewpub," Medina says.

What: St. Patrick's Day Feast
When: 5:30-10 PM
Where: 21st Amendment Brewery, 563 2nd Street between Bryant and Brannan.
Cost: The corned beef dinner is $15.95, the lamb stew dinner is $16.95. The Irish Red is $7.