The pot of gold is really New York Style pizza and an open bar during this year’s event
Village Idiot Pizza’s (VIP) Five Points location is offering a specialty ticket to experience Village Idiot Pizza in an exclusive setting during Columbia’s, St. Pat’s in Five Points festival on March 21. VIP’s original Five Points location is a staple in the historic Five Points district making it the ideal destination for St. Pat’s in Five Points festivities and for fans who want a “home-base” during the festival to enjoy the day in style. Each ticket is $85 per person and includes everything a festival-going, pizza-lover will need.
The ticket, includes a full open bar, menu service, access to clean restrooms, a VIP swag bag and a wristband to gain access to Village Idiot 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The restaurant will open to the general public at 8 p.m. for normal dinner service. There will also be entertainment all day featuring DJ Irv and March Madness on the big screens. Tickets can be purchased online at www.villageidiotpizza.com, in-store or by emailing [email protected] until March 10th, or until they’re sold out. These VIP tickets do not include the ticketed entry into St. Pat’s at Five Points.
St. Pat’s in Five Points, taking place this year on March 21, is a long-standing tradition, on its 38th year, holding all-day activities from a 5K and a 10k race and mile-long parade to the family-friendly Pot-O-Gold Playland, 25+ musical acts and more. VIP @ VIP guests can enjoy the event at their leisure, seeing bands and entertainment but with reliable food and beverage services flowing all day.
About Village Idiot Pizza
Village Idiot Pizza is an independently owned restaurant and pub in Columbia, S.C. with three locations and a rich history of serving up hand-tossed New York-style pizza, wings, beer and other Italian-American delights to college students, sports enthusiasts, pizza lovers, locals and visitors and more for nearly three decades. A fixture in the Five Points district, the original pizza establishment, “the Idiot,” is one of the longest-standing businesses in the area and has had a measurable impact on the Five Points district since 1990. With the additions of locations in Forest Acres and Olympia over the last 10 years, the restaurant, which offers dine-in, pick-up or delivery service with online ordering, has broadened its reach to provide the high-quality, handcrafted menu items for which it is known and respected. Owners Kelly and Brian Glynn actively engage with community events and volunteer their efforts to help build Columbia’s non-profit culture and restaurant scene. Learn more and order online at http://www.villageidiotpizza.com.