Did you know that Valentine’s Day is an Irish holiday? At least the story was popularized by an Irish priest. This means the perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day at Disney Springs is none other than Raglan Road Irish Pub.
As you know if you’ve sampled any desserts from Raglan Road, the Irish know how to romance a sweet tooth. Raglan Road will feature a special dessert pairing for Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14 only.
You’ll find love at first bite when you taste the Black Forest Bombe—a delectable concoction of cherry chocolate mousse, kirsch crème brulee, and dark chocolate cake with tart cherry sorbet.
Raglan Road suggests you pair it with their special Valentine’s Day-only Bailey’s Red Velvet Iced Shake, and share it with that special someone.
Call (407) 938-0300 to book your table for February 14. Regular menu and late-night pub grub offerings available. Live Irish bands and dancers on stage from 4:30 pm through closing.
We have the fascinating St. Valentine’s Day lore direct from Raglan Road Irish Pub for your reading pleasure.
St. Valentine, the patron saint of love, was executed in Rome and buried there in the 3rd century. Much later, an Irish priest was granted permission to exhume his remains, and now his skeleton lies under Whitefriar Church in Dublin. In 1835 an Irish Carmelite priest, Fr. John Spratt, used his Irish charm to convince then Pope Gregory XVI to dig up St. Valentine’s remains and take them home as a gift to his fellow Irishmen and women. Now, love-seeking Irish turn up at his site every St. Valentine’s looking for help in finding that special one.
There. Now you can have a delicious Valentine’s Day meal at Raglan Road Irish Pub and wow your date with your holiday trivia knowledge.