Snapshot: St. Patrick’s Day at The Friendly Tavern

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    The Friendly Tavern St Patrick's Day Tent Party kicked off at 5 p.m. March 17. By 6 p.m., the outdoor tent was full of patrons sipping beers, listening to the band, and noshing on corned beef and cabbage. The party went until 10 p.m. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)
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    Ennis Clare, a traditional Irish band, played foot-stomping Irish tunes during the St. Patrick’s Day Party. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)
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    A meal of corned beef, cabbage, red potatoes and marbled rye bread was served at the event. This traditional Irish meal is a common centerpiece at St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)
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    BL Kyle Designs was set up with custom 2017 St. Patrick’s Day Party tie dyed T-shirts. The T-shirts sold for $10 each. Kyle’s business, Tie Dye For, is set up with handmade tie-dyed shirts every Saturday morning on Main Street, across the street from The Friendly Tavern. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)
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    A selection of beers were available in the outdoor tent, including green beer and Guinness. Wines were also available. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)
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    Bartender Matt Paddack pours a glass of wine. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)
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    Missie Best, Andy Clayton and J.P. Huber attended Zionsville Community Schools growing up. Clayton and Huber graduated in 1989 and Best graduated in 1991. The Friendly Tavern St. Patrick’s Day Party is a celebrated tradition for these long-time friends. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)
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    Inside, where the regular food and drink menu was being served, The Friendly Tavern was packed full with a line out the door. (Photo by Sara Baldwin)

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