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Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Lucky for us a slew of restaurants and bars are getting in on the St. Patrick’s Day festivities. So we’ve compiled a short list for you. Some are celebrating on Saturday, March 12 while purists are waiting until March 17 to break out the green. So when you decide where you want to sip on green beer, make sure to confirm what day is the actual celebration first. 

The Dubliner Irish Pub

Wings and Guinness at the Dubliner

March 17

Farewell to our beloved. After 16 years of slinging beer pints for locals and visitors alike, The Dubliner is closing its doors. In true Irish form, the Mizner Park icon is going out with a roaring bang by celebrating its final St. Patrick’s Day with an unforgettable day of entertainment, laughs and plenty of whiskey. The Subculture Group, which also runs other local staples like Dada and Kapow!, will be debuting a new concept in its place. Shaker & Pie will launch next year and is set to feature craft cocktails and delectable pizzas. 

435 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 561/620-2540;

Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar

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SPD wagyu beef gyoza from Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar

March 17

Indulge in holiday-themed cuisine alongside its Asian fusion menu. Look forward to SPD wagyu beef gyozas, a special SPD roll, a green tea shot with Jameson and a refreshing green tea mojito.

25 N.E. 2nd Ave., in Delray Beach; 561/908-2567;

Corvina Seafood Grill

Lobster cheese relleno at Corvina; photo by Gerard Roncal

March 17

The downtown Boca restaurant that’s serving up a variety of locally sourced coastal fare is celebrating with $6 Tullamore D.E.W. shots, $6 Guinness and $6 green tea shots.

110 Plaza Real S., Boca Raton; 561/206-0066;

Death or Glory

March 12

The Delray watering hole is opening up early at 1 p.m. and hosting a post-parade costume contest. You can also snag $5 green Jell-O shots and plenty of beer and whiskey specials. 

116 N.E. 6th Ave., Delray Beach; 561/808-8814;

Delray Beach Market

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Corned beef dinner from Big T’s Deli

March 12

There’s a bunch of different activities throughout the market including a face painting and balloon animal station, green cotton candy and live music. The Central Bar is serving St. Patrick’s Day Frozen Irish Coffee as well as Drowning the Shamrock shots. Delray Craft is pouring $5 Guinness and green beer along with domestic beer and Teeling whiskey specials.  Big T’s Deli has a slow cooked corned beef dinner on the menu, too. 

33 S.E. 3rd Ave., Delray Beach; 561/562-7000;

Doris Italian Market & Bakery

If you want to celebrate at home, the local market is offering to-go dinner packages that include corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and more.

9101 Lakeridge Blvd., Boca Raton; 561/482-0770;

Duffy’s Sports Grill

All month long you can enjoy St. Patrick’s Day inspired items like the loaded potato soup, shamrock pie with mint ice cream in an Oreo cookie crust and the Dublin Drop with Guinness, Baileys and Jameson cold brew whiskey. On March 17 the sports bar is also offering extra beer, food and shot specials.

21212 St. Andrews Blvd., Boca Raton; 561/869-0552

20465 State Rd. 7, Boca Raton; 561/501-3888

Meso Beach House

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Photo from Meso Beach House

Saturday, March 12 (11a.m. – 11 p.m.)

Check out the newest Atlantic Ave. hotspot and enjoy food and drink specials with live music. 

900 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 561/562-6416;

Palm Beach Meats

March 19 and 20

The butcher shop is hosting a St. Patrick’s themed popup with waygu specials like corned beef sandwich, corned beef hash, corned beef and cabbage egg rolls. And if you want to celebrate at home, you can pick up a cook-at-home wagyu corned beef special order.

4812 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach; 561/623-7471;

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Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie is a food lover, travel fanatic, bookworm, Francophile, and she believes art in all its forms is good for the soul. When she’s not writing about the incredible dishes, people and places that capture South Florida's culture and vibe, Christie is irresistibly happy in the company of her husband and a glass of red wine.

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