Just like St. Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland, we're here to drive you into some neighborhood spots to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in the Garment District safely and responsibly.
- Start bright and early at Tir na nOg and treat yourself to the special St. Patrick's Day breakfast menu featuring an Irish breakfast. Eat your puddings slowly and you'll be treated to live Irish music from Noon until Midnight
- Put those childhood step dancing lessons to use at McGettigan's who invites you to "shake your shamrock" all weekend long when they feature live Irish music on the 17th, 18th & 19th.
- Your feasting can continue at the Houndstooth Pub who are offering up traditional favorites such as Lamb Stew, Corned Beef & Cabbage, and the very traditional Irish Nachos.
- The Beer Authority will be jumping to the sounds of live music from the Whistling Donkeys. Don't worry. We're 85% sure this is a band made up of human beings.
- Start the party immediately and, keep it going indefinitely at The Keg Room where they celebrate "St. Patrick's Month"
- More delicious Irish fare is being served up at Windfall Tavern which is opening three and a half hours earlier at 11:30 to allow maximum celebration time.
- The Liberty NYC is offering you a St. Patrick's Special, a pint of Guiness and a shot of whiskey for only $10
- Meet like-minded funsters from far off exotic places like East Midtown (yikes) at Suite 36 as they participate in St. Patrick's Day pub crawl.
If this still is not enough, there are these other Irish Pubs in the neighborhood you can visit to get your Irish on.
Playwright Irish Pub
Pig 'n' Whistle
Is green not your color? Not to worry! There are plenty of options for you to take shelter from the revelers, including these excellent establishments.
Juniper Bar & Grill
District Tap House
Reichenbach Hall - if you prefer "Prost!" to "Sláinte"