Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day


Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, and hopefully you’re ready to bring out the Irish in you by wearing your favorite green shirt and drinking until your body turns green–figuratively of course.

If you’re near the Bay Area, I’m sure you’ve heard of 161st St. Patrick’s Day Parade in San Francisco, but why not try something different this year? All over the Bay, restaurants and pubs are celebrating this Irish holiday with special promotions and delicious food. Here are some great places to check out:

The famous Murphy Avenue in Sunnyvale is sure to kick off the holiday with it’s Irish food and beer. This short Irish adventure will be filled with Irish foods such as corned beef and hash, Irish beer and whiskey, music, and Irish dancers.

Lilly Macs Restaurant & Pub
187 South Murphy Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA

Murphy’s Law Irish Pub and Sports Bar
135 South Murphy Ave.
Sunnyvale CA

Fibbar Magees
156 South Murphy Street
Sunnyvale, CA

Although the Walnut Creek Yacht Club doesn’t sound like an Irish restaurant, Irish food will be on their menu this Thursday. Their famous Irish soda bread and four leaf clover soup sounds like food straight from Ireland.

Walnut Creek Yacht Club
1555 Bonanza Street
Walnut Creek, CA

O’Flaherty’s Irish Pub in San Jose will also offer delicious Irish food, from Shepherd’s Pie to Irish stew. Feel free to relax with a few drinks and be entertained by live music and dancers.

O’Flaherty’s Irish Pub
25 North San Pedro Street
San Jose, CA

Lungomare in Oakland will have an Irish-filled, festive evening for those who want to eat, drink, and learn a little more about the Irish culture. Buy tickets here.

1 Broadway
Oakland, CA

Spruce in San Francisco has a delicious dish ready to be served on St. Patty’s Day, created by Executive Chef Mark Sullivan himself.

3640 Sacramento St.
San Francisco, CA

Finally, St. Patrick’s Day would not be a festive holiday without some fun partying! If you’re in the Bay Area on March 17th, register for Front Street St. Patrick’s Block Party here. What could be better than green beer, music and being around people who are trying to be as traditional as you? Admission is free!

Schroeder’s Restaurant and Royal Exchange
Front Street in between California and Sacramento
San Francisco, CA

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