Head to One of These Spots to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the City

chicago irish pubs

One of the best parts of living in Chicago is being in the city for major holiday celebrations. St. Patrick’s Day is well-known for being one of the city’s favorites to celebrate due to the Irish heritage that permeates the Chicago area. From Chicago Irish pubs and cool bars, here’s where you should celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day in the city.

Fado Irish Pub

Fado’s is hosting an all-day party this St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy brunch in the morning before dancing the night away at this hotspot. The cover charge is $10 at the door and doors open at 7:30 a.m. Live music, a DJ, dancing and soccer matches make this the place to go on March 17th. For more information on this event, click here. Fado Irish Pub is a seven minute walk from HUBBARD221.

The Kerryman Irish Bar & Restaurant

The Kerryman Irish Bar & Restaurant is the perfect place to grab brunch or dinner this March 17th. Choose classics like Shepherd’s Pie or the Irish Breakfast for something authentic. The Kerryman Irish Bar & Restaurant is an 11 minute walk from HUBBARD221.

O’Callaghan’s

Spend a chill yet fun St. Patrick’s Day evening at O’Callaghan’s. This Irish pub has been praised for its lively atmosphere, yummy pub food and authentic drinks. O’Callaghan’s is a seven minute walk from HUBBARD221.

Brehon

Get into the Irish spirit with a proper meal from the Emerald Isle at Brehon. This River North pub serves up delicious meals like the Fish & Chips and Guinness Stew. Or, put an American twist on your St. Patty’s Day by ordering from Brehon’s Mac & Cheese menu. Brehon is a 10 minute walk from HUBBARD221.

How will you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the city? We hope this list of Chicago irish pubs inspires you to get out and get into the Irish spirit this March 17th. Don’t forget to sport your green as you ring in one of Chicago’s favorite holidays.

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