By: Crystal Hessong

Saint Patrick’s Day is coming up, and if you want to celebrate, look at the variety of places that serve corned beef in its many forms. One way to serve this meat is in hash. Corned beef hash combines potatoes, peppers, onions and corned beef into a breakfast casserole that traditionally accompanies eggs, but today, you can eat it for any meal and with any food. These places offer some of the best versions of this dish.

Kenny And Ziggy’s Deli
5172 Buffalo Speedway, Suite 100
Houston, Texas 77005
(832) 767-1136

Craving corned beef? Check out the house-brined corned beef at Kenny and Ziggy’s Deli. This deli has New York favorites with kitschy names on its menu, but this gimmick isn’t the only thing the deli does to draw people in. Kenny and Ziggy’s has remained popular for its large portions and tasty food. Corned beef comes in many forms on the menu from a towering sandwich to a plate of corned beef and cabbage to a side of corned beef hash. If corned beef is what you want, check out Kenny and Ziggy’s Deli.

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Baby Barnaby’s
602 Fairview St.
Houston, Texas 77006
(713) 522-4229

Baby Barnaby’s is the cozier little sister restaurant to Barnaby’s Café next door. This little spot gets extremely busy for weekend breakfasts, but that’s when you will want to go for a plate of corned beef hash and eggs. The breakfast plate will set you back $8.95. When your craving for corned beef hash hits and you want to visit Baby Barnaby’s, visit weekdays from 7 a.m. to noon or weekends from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

House Of Pies
3112 Kirby Drive
Houston, Texas 77098
(713) 528-3816

While most people only think of House of Pies for their holiday desserts, it’s also a well-known diner for comfort foods such as corned beef hash with eggs. Breakfast is served all day, and when you order the corned beef hash, you get a generous 8-ounce serving with eggs, a choice of fruit or potatoes, and a bread and butter option. This hearty breakfast is only $8.95, but you’ll want to save room for a slice of pie for dessert because you should order pie at House of Pies. If you are looking for a whole pie or two to take home, just add them to your order when you pay. You won’t have to wait in the long line for walk-in customers who only want to order pies.

Kelley’s Country Cooking
8015 Park Place
Houston, Texas 77087
(713) 645-6428

Ask Houstonians where to go for stick-to-your-ribs home cooking, and they’ll almost universally recommend Kelley’s Country Cooking. This restaurant has several locations, but the Park Place location off the Gulf Freeway is probably the most well-known for its proximity to Hobby Airport and for being the first Kelley’s location. This is one of the few places in town where you can get your corned beef hash fix with a side of a biscuit and gravy. As always, a pair of eggs, cooked anyway you like them, accompanies the hash. You can enjoy this breakfast at any time of the day at the Park Place location, but if you want biscuits on the side, you’ll have to come in the morning.

Victor’s Deli
4710 FM 1960 Road West
Houston, Texas 77069
(281) 586-0570

Victor’s Deli strives to give Houstonians a taste of New York deli food, including corned beef hash with eggs. Corned beef hash with eggs, fruit and your choice of bread is only $9.95, and it’s available at any hour of the day that the restaurant is open, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Customizing your order for any of the breakfast egg plates is easy. If you want to have a pair of pancakes with your corned beef, you may replace the toast option with that bread choice for an additional fee. Other alternatives to toast include biscuits or a bagel. You may also replace the fruit with hash browns, home fries or grits.

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