Press Up Entertainment Group, the folks behind some of Dublin’s best bars and restaurants, have released the ultimate list of where to Dine & Drink this St.Patrick’s Day!

Celebrate St.Patrick’s Day whatever way you feel. Whether you want to don a giant green hat, drink green shakes and dress up from head to toe, or get dolled up, have gorgeous cocktails in a candle lit bar after a relaxed brunch, or have a fun filled family day out, Press Up Entertainment have a plan for you.

Captain Americas
Grafton Street

Captain Americas are turning things on their head with their Luck of the Americans. Anyone who shows their US passport will get a drink on the house on St Patrick’s Day! They’ll also have a St Patrick’s Day Wheel – you’re invited to test out the luck of the Irish and spin to win! Prizes include complimentary drinks, shots, desserts, drink pitchers for your table and vouchers throughout the weekend. On Saturday, 16 March they will be screening Ireland vs Wales in all Captain Americas venues. If wings are your thing, pop in and enjoy wings and an ice cold pint for just €10.

Wicklow Street, Parnell Street, Wellington Quay & Wexford Street

Need some patties on St Paddys? Wowburger will be quenching your thirst with a tasty green shake – available across all WOWBURGER restaurants throughout St Patrick’s week (11 – 18 March) so get in and give one a whirl.

Harcourt Street

Party With Paddy all weekend at Everleigh. There’ll be 4 different nights of epic craic, brilliant tunes, lots of St Patrick’s Day surprises and bottle service. Keep an eye on Everleigh’s social channels for up to the minute announcements!

South King Street

For some fabulous pan-asian cuisine, Wagamama has you covered! With wagamama’s delicious brand new vegan menu you can now ‘go green’ every day – plus, they’ll be serving up some seriously delicious complimentary green juices to put a pep in your step, patriotically of course.

Yasai Gyoza, Wok-Fried Greens, Mixed Mushroom and Panko Aubergine Hirata Steamed Buns

The Grayson
St. Stephen’s Green

Overlooking the city’s most famous park, Stephen’s Green, is The Grayson. While away an afternoon enjoying a weekend lunch, head in for a candlelit dinner or dance under the stars in their stunning atrium to the best DJs in town. Cocktails, bar snacks, mouthwatering drinks like their Roe’llin Like A Cherry, which features Roe & Co whiskey, cherry purree, lemon and a soda top. Party drinks and late night dancing are on the cards.

Dollard & Co
Wellington Quay

Make Dollard & Co your Patrick’s Day hub. Watch the parade while munching on some fresh pizza slices, hot from the oven. Browse the excellent selection of hampers – the ideal gift for the loved ones who aren’t in Ireland on our national holiday. Enjoy a creamy Irish Coffee, relax and take it all in.

Mary’s Bar & Hardware
Wicklow Street

Mary’s Bar & Hardware are right in the heart of the action on Wicklow St. They’ll have a live trad session outside from 2pm – 6pm on St Patrick’s Day, followed up by trad, trad and more trad inside for the evening. They’ll also be playing the IRE v WAL rugby match on 16 March.

In the lead up to St Patrick’s Day, there will also be some great events in Mary’s Bar & Hardware and The Workman’s Club as a part of Seachtain na Gaeilge. On Wednesday, 6 March there will be a ceili at The Workman’s Club from 8 pm with live music. On 7 March, hit the club for a trad session from 7 and live music from Tebi-Rex from 8pm, followed by a DJ til late. Over at Mary’s Bar there will be a flash mob ceili starting at 5pm on Friday, 8 March followed by a trad session from some seriously awesome players.

Wherever and however you celebrate St.Patrick’s Day, we wish you a safe and happy St.Patrick’s Day!


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