Rí Rá Las Vegas February Listings
February Food and Drink Specials
Rí Rá Las Vegas celebrates Valentine’s Day this month with the Fiery Apple beer cocktail ($12), a refreshing mix of Fireball Whiskey and Angry Orchard Hard Cider served over ice.
In February, the pub serves up a hearty Pot Roasted Lamb Pie with Goat Cheese Mash Crust ($15.95). Tender pieces of lamb are cooked in a savory stock with onions, carrots, parsnip and fresh herbs. Afterwards, the stew is covered in a tangy goat’s cheese and mashed potato crust and baked until golden brown. Each lamb pie includes the choice of a garden or Caesar side salad.
Game Day Specials
On Sunday, Feb. 2, the pub will offer a number of delicious dishes that are sure to delight football fans from either team. Guests can choose from the fully-loaded Irish “Super” Dog ($10.95), a Guinness-infused bratwurst topped with house-made chili, onion and Irish cheddar cheese; savory Irish Nachos ($11.95), a heaping platter of potato crisps smothered in cheddar jack cheese, tomatoes, jalapeños, sour cream and cottage pie, a traditional blend of beef, onions, garlic, tomatoes and assorted seasonings; and succulent Guiness Corn Dog ($13.95), two Guinness-infused bratwursts coated in a cornmeal batter and served with hand cuts and Guinness mustard.
Locals Lunch and Dinner Special
Rí Rá continues to offer locals 40 percent off lunch and dinner food items every Friday throughout February. Guests must present a valid Nevada ID to receive the discount. This special cannot be combined with other offers.
Guests can enjoy live, authentic Irish music nightly during dinner and evening hours with many of the bands coming directly from Ireland.
Feb. 3, 10, 17 & 24 at 8:45 p.m.
A permanent entertainment fixture in Irish pubs throughout Las Vegas for more than a decade, John Windsor is a multi-talented performer who provides nonstop entertainment throughout his sets by blending guitar, harmonica and amazing vocals into one spectacular performance.
The American Diddle Idols
Feb. 4, 5 & 6 at 8:45 p.m.
Feb. 7 & 8 at 9 p.m.
The American Diddle Idols is a pure Irish American party duo from New York City, featuring musician David Barclow, which mixes traditional Irish music and party rock with a variety of instruments.
The Irish Connection
Feb. 11, 12, 13 & 16 at 8:45 p.m.
Feb.14 & 15 at 9 p.m.
One of Ireland’s top folk and ballad bands, The Irish Connection, presents a rousing and lively performance featuring its own unique and historical Irish ‘rebel songs’ combined with popular favorites from The Dubliners, The Pogues and The Clancy Brothers. Over the past 30 years, The Irish Connection has toured not only throughout Ireland, Scotland and England, but across the world including Canada, Central America, Europe and Russia.
Feb. 18, 19, 20 & 23 at 8:45 p.m.
Feb. 21 & 22 at 9 p.m.
Bridging the gap between traditional and modern popular music with an enthusiasm that is contagious and an eclecticism that knows no bounds, The Whiskeydicks are a group of Celtic Gypsy punk rockers who have spent the better part of a decade carving a reputation for being “One Hell of a Good Time.” The four-member group uses fiery celtic-gypsy fiddle licks, a cello played like a bass, bombastic trumpet sounds, vivacious drum beats, energetic guitar strumming and voices to tell stories of good times past and play fan-favorite songs with a twist. The band has played multiple shows and festivals and earned acclaim from audiences everywhere.
The Irish Brigade
Feb. 25, 26 & 27 at 8:45 p.m.
Feb. 28 at 9 p.m.
Originally founded in 1974 by musician Mike Wallace, The Irish Brigade also features the musical prowess of Joe Smith (vocals / fiddle / guitar / bass). The group has been instrumental in introducing many new Irish performers to American audiences. Wallace and Smith have been playing together since 2007.
About Rí Rá Las Vegas
Crafted in the warm pub style of 19th century Ireland, Rí Rá Las Vegas is located inside The Shoppes at Mandalay Place. The authentic Irish pub features a multitude of artifacts that were carefully restored in Wicklow, Ireland and shipped to their new home in Las Vegas. Rí Rá Las Vegas contains an authentic Victorian Shop bar that began its life in Ireland in the 1880s, a whiskey bar adorned with an original glazed jewelry cabinet from 1900, an oak floor from a whiskey distillery and an 8-foot-tall, 500-pound carved plaster statue of St. Patrick dating back to 1850. The pub hosts live entertainment seven nights a week in a music room constructed with artifacts dating back to 1890 from the Olympia Theater in Dublin, Ireland. Born and raised in Dublin, Rí Rá Las Vegas owners David Kelly and Ciaran Sheehan have been close friends since they were 14-years-old. Kelly and Sheehan later partnered with Jay Luther, whom Kelly met while working for Guinness. Rí Rá Las Vegas is one of 11 pubs the trio has opened in the U.S.
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