Weed-lovers celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with cannabis-infused Manhattan brunch


They traded the wearing o’ the green for the eating of it.

Rather than tint their beer emerald for St. Paddy’s, a group of marijuana gourmands got green for the holiday by throwing a feast of pot-infused delicacies at a Lower East Side restaurant on Sunday.

For many, the pot supper club was a way to cut loose on St. Paddy’s Day without having to deal with a hangover — or packed, rowdy bars.

“I’d much rather do this, because a high eventually wears off, but drunk, you have to sleep it off and the next day you still feel like s- -t,” said one guest, a 33-year-old insurance adjustor who would not give her name because marijuana is illegal in New

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