Sunday, March 1, 2009

Don't Lose Out on St. Paddy's Day at Lew's


Lew’s Irish Hooley
Presented by Scion
March 17th, 2009

Lew’s Grill & Bar in Waldo is hosting their 5th annual Lew’s Irish Hooley, Kansas City ’s Largest St. Patrick’s Day Party. This year the Lew’s Grill & Bar Irish Hooley is on Tuesday, March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day. Live music includes The Kelihan's, Disc O’ Dick & the Mirror Balls, Jonathon Ramsey, D.J. “Lew” and many more.

Food, drinks, live music & fun will be available ran or shine. Ticket info, follow this link.

The festivities start for breakfast at Lew's starting at 9am. Watch the Parade live on the Jumbo Big screen outside in the heated tent or inside Lew’s. Live music starts at 1pm and goes until the wee hours of the night around 3am.

Lew’s Irish Hooley Schedule of Events:

9:00am Lew’s Opens for Breakfast
11:00am Jumbo Tents & Beer Garden Open.
1:00pm Live Music begins….
1:30pm Jonathon Ramsey (Irish Folk)
5:00pm The Kelihan's (Irish Rock)
8:00pm Disc O' Dick & the Mirror Balls (70’s Disco)
11:00pm D.J. “Lew” till 3am!

Tickets go on sale March 1st.
Pre Sale $5.00 / Day of $10.00 / VIP $25.00
Tickets may be purchased at Lew’s or www.lewsgrillandbar.com
Media Contact - Chris Lewellen - chris@lewellen.net - 816.695.3576



Lew’s Grill & Bar
7539 Wornall Rd. Kansas City , Mo 64114
www.lewsgrillandbar.com

4 comments:

  1. Saying Lew's is the biggest party on St.Pats day in KC is like St. Louis saying it's host the largest Marti Gras party in the U.S.

    Everyone knows Kelly's in Westport is the place to be in KC on St. Pats Day.

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  2. LOL @ The D. True. It's the 2nd biggest, maybe. But it IS a blast. I hope you get a free pass, Bull. We're there every year, course.

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  3. Sadly, Lew's has been dead to me since they replaced their Boulevard Pale Ale tap with Bud American Ale.

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  4. I was trying to explain the atmosphere of Lew's to somebody and all I could think of was that it has a "Lew's type atmosphere." It's a weird place.

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