Remember last week’s mystery photo contest? We challenged you to guess where in Park Ridge we photographed this delicious corned beef & cabbage dinner…
Every single person who entered the contest guessed correctly that we took this picture at… DRUMROLL PLEASE … Harp & Fiddle at 110 Main Street in Park Ridge where our 365ParkRidge team recently met for lunch!
While we were there we ordered their Winter Cobb Salad with vanilla-roasted squash, pomegranate seeds, prosciutto and blue cheese – AMAZING – along with their popular Shepherd’s Pie with ground beef, gravy, carrots, celery, peas, tomatoes, fresh thyme, mashed potatoes and cheese.
While we had plenty to eat, we couldn’t resist ordering their signature Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner featuring lean, thick-cut corned beef served with boiled cabbage, Yukon gold potatoes and steamed carrots.
All who guessed our mystery photo correctly we entered in to a drawing. We just chose the winner and her name is… KAREN VALDEZ of Park Ridge! We’ll be in touch with you within a week, Karen, about how to receive your prize, which is a special gift from Harp & Fiddle. Congratulations for winning our contest and thanks to all who entered!
Harp & Fiddle is a A modern bar with an Irish flair! Great food, craft beers, craft cocktails and large outdoor patio. And don’t miss Harp & Fiddle’s Saint Patrick’s Day festivities! They’ll be celebrating all weekend long with a special performances by The Whiskey Brothers Band from 9-11:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 16th and Mulligan Stew from 8-11:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 17th!
Come, have fun and learn more at TheHarpAndFiddle.com.
Stay tuned for our next Guess Where Wednesday contest. The rules will be the same. Simply guess where in Park Ridge we took the mystery photo and submit your guess in the contest entry form or comments box below. From all the correct guesses submitted, we’ll draw our winner and reveal the location and prize the following week. That’s all there is to it!
In the meantime, be sure to pay attention to the sights you see around town. It’s the little details that could be on display the next time we ask “Guess Where, Park Ridge?”