Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Boston with the Best Food and Drinks

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The Best Places to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Boston

If you’re in Boston on March 17th, get ready for a memorable St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The city comes alive with the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, an iconic event that features marching bands, bagpipers, and Irish dancers. South Boston, known as Southie, is the place to be during the festivities, with crowds filling the streets to watch the parade and join in the merriment.

Of course, all that partying and revelry can work up quite an appetite. Luckily, Boston offers a wide range of restaurants and bars where you can indulge in delicious Irish food and drinks. From corned beef and cabbage to pot pies and Guinness, here are some of the best spots to satisfy your St. Paddy’s Day cravings:

  • Bardo’s Bar Pizza: Located between the parade’s starting and end points, Bardo’s Bar Pizza is the perfect place to grab a quick bite. Their corned beef and cabbage pizza is a must-try.
  • The Dubliner: Considered one of the top Irish bars in the city, The Dubliner has multiple dining events throughout March. Don’t miss their Irish Networking Breakfast on March 15, featuring authentic food and spirits from Ireland.
  • Clink: Join Clink for a special four-course meal prepared by Executive Chef Daniel Kenney. Pair your meal with Irish beers and spirits for the ultimate St. Patrick’s Day experience.
  • Stillwater: This Leather District favorite will be running a special menu from March 11 to March 17. Try their shepherd’s pie wontons or corned beef and cabbage for a taste of Ireland.
  • OAK Long Bar & Kitchen: Head to OAK Long Bar & Kitchen in the Back Bay for three special St. Patrick’s Day offerings, including corned beef and roasted cabbage and Irish milk punch.
  • South Street Diner: Boston’s longest-running late-night restaurant is the place to be for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Enjoy their corned beef benedict or sip on a Spiked Shamrock Shake.
  • Pantry Pizza & Kitchen: Visit Pantry Pizza in Dorchester on March 17 for their limited-time “Luck of the Irish” pizza, featuring corned beef and potatoes.
  • The Banks Fish House: Chef Robert Sisca is offering a special St. Patrick’s Day brunch on March 16 and 17, featuring a surf-and-turf dish with lobster hash and corned beef.
  • Summer Shack: Both the Cambridge and Back Bay Summer Shack locations will be serving a traditional boiled dinner on St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy their famous corned beef alongside a variety of vegetables.
  • Night Shift Brewing: For beer lovers, Night Shift Brewing is releasing two exclusive St. Patrick’s Day beers, including a red ale and a dry Irish stout.

Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly option, a festive Irish bar, or a gourmet dining experience, Boston has something for everyone on St. Patrick’s Day. So join the celebration, indulge in delicious Irish food, and raise a glass to the luck of the Irish!

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