You won’t be saying “Irish I was drunk” this St. Patty’s Day in Boston.
Get drunk. Talk loud. Eat potatoes. Get into a bar fight … Whatever it may be, make it one hell of a day, a night … or, as most Bostonian’s do, an entire weekend! And there’s no shortage of things to do in and around Boston no matter what speed you’re going at it this weekend. These are the events you aren’t going to want to miss. Looking for something authentic? Check out:
Cask ‘n Flagon at Fenway and in Marshfield – They’ll be serving up themed specials all weekend long. The Cask Kitchen will feature their traditional Boiled Dinner featuring corned beef, cabbage, carrots, potatoes, and rutabaga paired with a slice of Irish soda bread. As for the drinks?? Specials upon specials. Any draft beer can be dyed green upon request, and many elaborate concoctions are in store. For those with an Irish temper, there is the Kiss Me, I’m Angry with Angry Orchard Hard Cider, Jameson Irish Whiskey and Amaretto.
Fort Point’s City Tap House – For three straight nights, City Tap will be celebrating the luck of the Irish as their kitchen dishes out a collection of specialty items inspired by Éire’s most traditional cuisine. Starters, entrees, and drinks will be served all night long. On the menu you’ll find Irish style spring rolls, corned beef & cabbage, fish & chips, and so much more. Whether you’re Irish or Irish-at-heart this time of year, “Here’s to a long life and a merry one.. A cold pint and another one!”
The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub – It’s always the real deal at The 99, so this weekend, you know you’ll find the best Corned Beef & Cabbage, Grilled Cedar Plank Salmon, Grilled Filet Mignon, Braised Beef with Roasted, Root Vegetables, Roasted Maple Pork Tenderloin, and BBQ Brisket Sandwich in town. Looking for some great food/drink combos? Guinness Stout, Irish Cream Martini, Green Beer, Dublin Mule and MORE will be on the menu for the big day … and continuing through the weekend!
Down to party? Check out:
Howl at the Moon Boston – Join Howl for all kinds of St. Paddy’s Day shenanigans. They’ll be featuring Green Beers, Leprechaun Bombs, and Get Lucky buckets. You can start the party early since they’ll be opening at 12pm, and showing the March Madness games on all 13 of their TVs and projector screen.
Kinsale Irish Pub, Downtown – An entire week of straight Irish. They’ll be partying for 6 days straight until the big day on the 17th. There’s no way you’ll get tired of the live music, Irish food and drink specials.
Stoddard’s Fine Food & Ale, Beacon Hill – 7 years of some of the best St. Patty’s Day celebrations … and they’re back. Two floors of music & food. 20 craft beer lines, cask ales & over a 100 craft cans & bottles. Doors open at 11am which means you’ll have the entire day to get your Leprechaun on.
Want to get jiggy?? Check out:
House of Blues & Brighton Music Hall – 3 nights of Dropkick Murphys. Need I say more? You’ll be shipping up to Boston just to hear them perform. This will be the very best way to “pre-party” for the night or the weekend!
Looking for tradition??
Sunday’s South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade makes its way from the Broadway T stop to Andrew Square, filling the streets with marching bands, bagpipers & fiddlers, Irish music, floats, and a sea of green-clad intoxicated individuals. And the best part? FREE. You aren’t gonna want to miss it.