Sold at the Mamis Pub Restaurant in Vile Kardouchi, Cesenatico, and at the Marafa Pub via Marino Moretti 11, west of Canal Harbor, for a feast of St. Patrick’s Patron Ireland with St. Patrick’s Day. There was a queue to enjoy a variety of delicious Irish specialties with Guinness beer called “Dark Irish”, with two completely different menus, one for each location. Mami and Marafa are the only two official Guinness places in Cesenatico, and every year they celebrate with customers wearing classic Irish hats.
A feast of St. Patrick, Patron of Ireland, has been celebrated in Italy and other parts of the world for almost ten years. St. Patrick is one of the most beloved saints, not only in Ireland, but also in honor of the expulsion of boundless snakes from Ireland into the sea. There is another legend, the baseless “Poso de San Patricio”, at the end of which are the gates of the sanctuary. All the stories that the Irish believe so much are the same as those who immigrated to America in the last century celebrating a real St. Patrick’s Day.
“The success of the party – says Giuseppe Mummy – is that the number of our visitors and tourists to Ireland is increasing every year because they find that people are very similar to the Italians.”
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