After celebrating Irish culture all week, St Patrick’s Day wouldn’t be complete without tipping back a pint or two and jigging around with a rowdy bunch of Irishman. An Irish Pub is easily the best place to be on St. Patrick’s Day so we’ve rounded up our favorites around town.
Kells – Downtown – Live music starts at noon and from there it’s one big party stretching into the Post Alley
Owl & Thistle – Pioneer Square – Check out the Owl N’Thistle Band for classic fun
Fado – Pioneer Square – “Can’t drink all day if you don’t start in the morning”
F.X. McCrory’s – Pioneer Square – great food and drinks, and you can be sure that Mick McHugh will be there to greet you
Mulleady’s – Magnolia – A fantastic menu of Lamb & Mushroom Stew, House-cured Corned Beef, and Champ Croquettes with potatoes and Irish cheddar
Conor Byrne – Ballard – Partnering up with Skillet for a hearty Irish Breakfast (9-2)
T.S. McHugh’s – Queen Anne – Stop here pre-St. Patty’s Day Dash for live music and breakfast
Paddy Coyne’s – South Lake Union & Bellevue – Killer Guinness Braised Irish Beef Stew
Wilde Rover – Kirkland – A day full o’ Irish bands
JJ Mahoney’s – Redmond – An Eastside St. Patrick’s Day run if you don’t want to venture to Seattle
Have fun! Oh and P.S. … an Irish Pub Crawl is fun any day of the year!