St. Patrick’s Day is a few weeks away. Integral to Boston city’s rich history and culture, you can bet the city will come alive with some insane celebrations.
Stop by some of our favorite Irish pubs in Boston after the St. Patrick parade for some ice cold crisp beers!
Head to The Burren on St. Pat’s day for some live music, tons of pub food and a floor ready for your moves! The pub’s Irish music lineup is an all-day event you don’t want to miss! Celebrations will begin at 8 a.m. and they’ve got limited tickets, so be quick!
The Black Rose
A chill neighborhood tavern with warm Irish food and happy Irish music is for the more laid back celebrators. Head on to Boston’s old Irish pub for an authentic St. Patrick’s Day celebration with tons of ales to get into spirit!
For those of you who love a little bit of history, this pub was founded in 1906, a little after St. Patrick’s Day became an official holiday. True to Irish spirit, the pub has tons of beer, darts and a spacious dining room that takes you decades back!
Begin your celebration with some friends and family at this authentic Irish pub!
Buds with the Sam Adam’s brewery, this 1882 pub is an authentic Irish experience you have to get some of on St. Patrick’s Day! With yummy corned beef and cabbage served 9 a.m. onwards, your beer mug’s never staying empty for too long here!
Grafton Street Pub & Grill
For the hungry ones, head on to one of the best Irish pubs in Boston. With specialty St. Patty Day menu items, fondue and toast, corned beef and pistachio cake, you’ll be stuffed with food and tons of chilled Guinness for a great celebration!
Take Your Own Mug Bar Hopping!
Add a personal touch to your celebration by taking along this oversized Boston Emblem Mug for your beer escapades. This gigantic mug with its black and tan is the perfect St. Patrick’s Day touch to your celebration. You’ll be looking real Irish with this mug full of foamy beer!
And guess what, it’s got free shipping! If you decide to pick another one for your drinking bud, you better hurry before stocks run out!
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!