Looking to satisfy your Irish fare cravings this St. Patrick’s Day? Well, look no further my friends, you are in luck! Indulge in festive food & beverage specials as well as other classic Irish staples and a few great reasons to slug down a few green beers and/or Proper 12 Green Tea Shots!
If drinking is your game this St. Paddy’s Day, you don’t want to miss the 8th Annual Get Lucky Pub Crawl presented by Proper 12 Irish Whiskey and Howler Head. The WORLD FAMOUS Get Lucky Pub Crawl is teaming up with Howler Head and Proper Twelve Irish Whiskey to bring you the biggest St Paddy’s day party in America. Join 6000+ crawlers at all of Boston’s most historic bars. Whether you like to dance at The Grand, or kick it at Ned Devine’s, or get rowdy at The Greatest Bar, this crawl has something for everyone. As Boston’s only official St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl, all participating bars are 100% exclusive to this event only.
You must have our wristband to avoid cover. There will be live DJs at participating bars, as well as live bands at designated locations.
Baramor in Newton will be running “pinch-free” beverage specials all day during their regular business hours on the 17th. Not sure what a “pinch-free” beverage is? Well, it’s an old Irish habit of pinching people who aren’t wearing green on St. Paddy’s Day! So, if you’re not looking to be pinched and are in need of something green, Baramor definitely has you covered with their “pinch-free” offerings of a green draft lager and a Midori Sour drink special ($12) that is made up of Midori, Jameson Irish Whiskey, lemon and sprite. YUM! Dig into their delicious scratch kitchen cooking in this warm and cozy American Pub.
If you are trying to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day like a true Irish, that means with lots and lots of beer, Distraction Brewing Company is open from 4:00PM to 9:00 PM and will be offering a choose your own beer flight for only $13! Count me in.
Beer isn’t for everyone and that is totally fine, for anyone interested in a cocktail you have to try their own Maltini malted beverages on draft that go for $7.50 for 6 oz pour. (The flavors are making my mouth water, check them out here under the “Brews On Tap” button!) Ever try a drink and wish you could have it at home but know it likely won’t turn out the same, I know I have. Distraction Brewing Company offers to-go orders so you can kick back and be(eer) yourself.
Red Heat Tavern is open from 11:30AM-9:00PM where they are also offering green beers to give you all just an extra bit of luck. To find a location near you, check out their website.
Burtons Grill & Bar will be offering Irish Spring Rolls stuffed with corned beef, sauerkraut, and swiss cheese if you want to get the festivities rolling during appetizers. The Reuben sandwich will be back for St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th and only while supplies last. Grab some friends and make a reservation at a location near you.
Interested in trying local beers? Go on over to Urban Hearth in Cambridge between 5:00PM and 10:00PM where you can enjoy the one-day-only House Corned Beef Short Rib Sandwich with griddled brown bread and homemade mustard alongside fermented radish and spring onion relish AND (saving the best for last I think) crispy fingerling potatoes with Irish cheddar. Are. You. Kidding. ME?! Add on top of this delicious sandwich a New England local beer tasting flight for $26. The flight is also going to be offered by itself at $16. Urban Hearth focuses on ingredients, craft, service, and community in their convivial and comfortable space.
Close to the South End? The Beehive is the place to be on St. Patrick’s Day. They will be hosting their annual Erin Go Beehive event which features loads of Irish fare, drinks, and live music with The Wooden Planks from 5:00PM to 12:00AM. Whether you order the Corned Beef Brisket or the Lamb Shepherd’s Pie know that you can wash it down with one of their ‘craic’ beverage options. Reservations are available to be online for groups up six people, got more than six? Not to worry! Here’s all the information you’ll need to book your wild time.