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Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Elke Peeters
St. Patrick's Day
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Irish or not, who can resist a good beer and some dancing with friends? Given that 14% of the Pittsburgh population is Irish, the “burgh” knows how to pull out all the stops and throw St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Below are the top events for those who are either new to the city, or who simply want to pull out their green attire and nibble on some Irish soda bread.


 

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Typically attracting over 200,000 spectators, the St. Patrick’s day parade is a tradition for the whole family to enjoy. Stretching from downtown, through the strip district, this parade hosts roughly 200 marching units, bands, and floats. Visit the Parking authority website to plan out parking options. Be prepared to park early to allow for enough time to walk to the event and find a good spot. If you live near a T Station, save time and aggravation by utilizing the city’s public transportation.  


Party in the Garden

Celebrate in the heart of downtown at the Wintergarden at PPG Place. Enjoy specialty Irish food and drinks, surrounded by the lush glass surroundings for the Wintergarden. Located just steps from Market Square, attendees will sip on the classics of Jameson and Fireball while listening to live music from The Bachelor Boys and more. Visit allevents to reserve your spot today.   



st. Patricks day drinks

 

Kegs and Eggs 

We can’t think of a better way to start the morning than with bottomless mimosas and a full Irish breakfast. Visit Revel for an exclusive “Kegs and Eggs” party that includes a two-hour open bar from 7am-9am. For information on ticket pricing and availability, visit showlix

 

Barcrawls.com presents Irish Stroll Day 

Join Pittsburgh’s most festive parties at an all-day event that includes drink specials in the city’s best bars and pubs. Better yet, no cover entry required to attend! St. Patrick’s Irish Stroll day includes a 2 days event with plenty of venues to try. 

 

Venues Included:

· North Shore Tavern -140 Federal Street - $3 Bud Light Pints

· Ten Penny - 960 Penn Avenue

· Sharp Edge Bistro - 922 Penn Avenue

· Mike's Beer Bar - 110 Federal Street - $2 off ALL Draft Beer 25% off ALL other alc beverages

· 941 Saloon - 941 Liberty Avenue



green cupcake

 

 

Cookies and Candles at The Candle Lab 

Join The Candle Lab on March 13th with special guest the Call Me Crazy Cookie lady for a night of sweet smells and treats!

With over 120 fragrances to choose from, the night begins with pouring your own custom-made candle. Expert candle makers help you pick scents that blend together, as well as design your own label for your own custom creation. 

While the candles cool, attendees will be taught the art of cookie decorating such as royal icing, piping, outlining, and flooding. For more information and to reserve your seat, check out allevents

 

Pittsburgh has something for every age group this St. Patrick ’s Day. So grab that old green shirt and some close friends and family and join in on all the festivities. 


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