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What to do in Middletown Saturday to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early (with extended outdoor drinking hours)

Published: Friday, March 15, 2019 @ 1:56 PM

Here’s what the new cup and wristband looks like that will be used in the Middletown Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area. The cups will begin being used on Jan. 4 and the wristbands will be mandatory starting Feb. 1. One side of the cup will have the Middletown DORA logo and the opposite side will have the DORA rules. The wristbands will cost $1 and is good all day in the Middletown DORA. CONTRIBUTED
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Here’s what the new cup and wristband looks like that will be used in the Middletown Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area. The cups will begin being used on Jan. 4 and the wristbands will be mandatory starting Feb. 1. One side of the cup will have the Middletown DORA logo and the opposite side will have the DORA rules. The wristbands will cost $1 and is good all day in the Middletown DORA. CONTRIBUTED(Staff Writer)

Downtown Middletown is going green on Saturday, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day early by extending hours for the city’s Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area, or D.O.R.A.

The holiday cheer for St. Paddy’s Day in the D.O.R.A. kicks off at 8 a.m. at various storefronts around town with Irish-themed breakfasts, a Shake Your Shamrock Fun Run and plenty of St. Paddy’s day cocktails and spirits.

Participating businesses include The Swire Inn, West Central Wine, Rolling Mill Brewery, Murphy’s Landing Bar & Grill, Spoken Bicycles, White Dog Distilling Co., Gracie’s, Central Pastry, Mockingbirds Cafe and The Craft Kitchen.

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Non-food and beverage specials will be available at Positive Vibe Studio, Haven Yoga, The Junkin’ Gypsy, Cornerstone Manor, Connections Day Spa and Soulcraft.

For times and details of Saturday’s deals, click here.