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St. Patrick's Day evening at Coco Lodge Majunga

St. Patrick's Day evening at Coco Lodge Majunga

St. Patrick's Day evening at Coco Lodge Majunga

St. Patrick's Day is one of the most important holidays in Ireland and has been for more than 1500 years ! EH Yes, Coco Lodge Majunga has not forgotten this big day and gives you an appointment this Friday 17 March for a very Irish gourmet cabaret dinner ! In effect, the menu will of course be “100 % Irish”, like the decoration with clovers to 4 leaves

St. Patrick's Day evening at Coco Lodge Majunga

Coco Lodge Majunga puts everything in place to make you spend an unforgettable Saint Patrick's Day evening with Irish specialties, Irish music with Mifa Groupe (the cranberries, the Corrs, Dropkick Murphy’s…) and a Show Dance with Oasis Dance.

No Guinness you say, but Brasseries Star offers us here an excellent dark beer, de la double. Yes Coco Lodge Majunga still has Doppel.

Des kilts (Short and pleated skirt with long socks up to the knees hihihi) will be available to 7 first gentlemen to come. And, Irish coffee FREE for all.

Here is the very Irish Menu :

Appetizer to discover our cuisine :

Irish Pie

Irish potato bites

Entries to choose from :

Beef and double pie


Irish Fish Pie

Dishes to choose from :

Irish stew, potatoes farls


double fish & Irish style ships


Porter Cake, Baileys Cheesecake, Irish lemon cake

St. Patrick's Day History

Saint Patrick is the founder of Christianity in Ireland. He was kidnapped in the 4th century by pirates and sold as a slave to an Irish druid. Subsequently, he became a shepherd. He escaped a few years later to the Normandy coast and studied theology in order to become a priest.. Then he went to the monastery located on the Lérins Islands for 2 years. Following this experience, en 411, Pope Celestine I ordered him to return to Ireland to evangelize the inhabitants. Since, the death of Saint Patrick is celebrated on 17 March 461.

Legend has it that Saint Patrick is one of Ireland's most famous patron saints : According to the legend, he brought Christianity to the island, made the shamrock fashionable and freed Ireland from snakes.

The 17 March marks the death of Saint Patrick and has been considered a religious holiday in Ireland for more than 1500 years.

Go green

The origin of Saint Patrick's Day, the associated color was blue. Today we wear green, the day of the party, to symbolize the emblem of Ireland : the Clover. And beware of the one who does not wear green that day, it is a tradition to be respected. St. Patrick's Day is gradually taking over other cities around the world, what created “Global Greening”. This event consists in illuminating the most famous monuments of the world like : the tower of Pisa, the Moulin Rouge or the Empire State Building, green of course. Actually, Coco Lodge Majunga will be all green.

By #CocoLodgeMajunga

We are both :

  • One hôtel★★★with 18 spacious comfortable rooms,
  • One gourmet restaurant with a beautiful wine cellar, whiskies, rums and champagnes with a capacity of 60 Covered, offering Malagasy cuisine, French, Lebanese, pizzas and seafood specialties,
  • Un bar piscine with cocktails, "tsakitsaky", pancakes available at any time,
  • One organizer of events and conferenceswith 3 meeting rooms that can accommodate between 30 and 90 people each. In addition, we can receive themed lunches/dinners, engagement, wedding, anniversary, … Even a bachelor/bachelorette party, or a marriage proposal, …
  • A travel and tourism services company (License C),
  • One tour operator(B license),
  • And a 4×4 rental (with valid liability insurance) and with graduate drivers guide. We can insure your transfers in all Madagascar. For example from Antananarivo airport to Majunga, from Nosy Be to Majunga, or even between Antsiranana and Mahajanga.