Where to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

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The Dead Rabbit: sawdust on the floor and Guinness on tap
St. Patrick's Day weekend is once again upon us, which means toasting complete strangers and kissing people because they're Irish is mostly acceptable (mostly -- no sexual harassment, now, ya hear?). Get out your green accessories and start testing your Irish luck -- here are 10 great ways to celebrate.

Black Irish Ball, Macao Trading Co., 311 Church Street, Monday, 9:30 p.m.

Enjoy a late night party without the threat of bridge-and-tunnel buffoons, even if drinks here are more representative of the Far East than Ireland. This TriBeCa haunt will celebrate the occasion with live jazz and a burlesque show; reservations are required for the complimentary performance and can be made by contacting the restaurant directly.

Fáilte, 531 Second Avenue

With over 40 Irish whiskeys and live music, this watering hole is a favorite for St. Patrick celebrants looking to save a buck at an Irish pub. The bar features a $20 beer bucket special, $3 brews, and $5 Irish coffees, all great accompaniment to the bagpipe performances that'll be taking place come Monday afternoon.

Irish to the Core Tasting Event, Dead Rabbit, 30 Water Street, Sunday, 1 p.m.

If you need a quick history lesson on Irish spirits, look to Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, who will serve up a sampling of five Emerald Isle liquors, including a honey liqueur, Irish cream, and single malt whiskey. Learn to make cocktails over a few Irish bites. Tickets are $40. Can't make the class? The bar will also host a variety specials on St. Patrick's Day, making it a great location to visit throughout the weekend.

Patrick McMullan's 31st Annual St. Patrick's Day Party, BPM, 516 West 42nd Street, Monday, 9 p.m.

If you're still standing at 9 p.m. come Monday night, head over to this nightclub for late night Irish dancing and a special pot of gold cake courtesy of Cake Boss. Those who are first to arrive receive a complimentary beer, wine, or soda, and a DJ will spin tunes well into the early morning hours.

Shamrock Fest, Webster Hall, 125 East 11th Street, Saturday, noon
This massive Village dance hall is serving up four floors of debauchery. Starting at noon Saturday, guests will be able to grab a brew while ogling a live Irish band, leprechauns, and a live broadcast of the Ireland/France soccer match. Finger food and the sound of bagpipes should carry you through the afternoon. Additional information and ticket pricing can be found through the event's website.

St. Paddy's Pub Crawl, multiple locations, Friday, Saturday, Monday

If you're looking to spend all day drinking with buddies, the Village Pourhouse and SideBar are two of many bars featured in a pub crawl centered around $2 drafts and $5 whiskey shots. The mobile drinking party will take place on Friday, Saturday, and Monday; additional information and the option to purchase pub crawl ticket packages can be found on the event's website.

Location Info

Macao Trading Company

311 Church St., New York, NY

Category: Music

Failte Irish Whiskey Bar

531 2nd Ave., New York, NY

Category: Music

The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog

30 Water St., New York, NY

Category: Music

Webster Hall

125 E. 11th St., New York, NY

Category: Music

The Lion

62 W. 9th St., New York, NY

Category: Restaurant

The Windsor

420 Park Ave. S, New York, NY

Category: Restaurant


800 2nd Ave., New York, NY

Category: Music

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