Find the luck of the Irish at these pubs on St. Patrick’s DaySunday , March 1st , 2015
You don’t need the luck of the Irish to scope out at a perfect pub that offers a taste of the Emerald Isle. Instead, turn to MenuPalace to check out local bars and eateries that go green for the March 17 festivities.
Better yet, with the below list of St. Paddy’s Day party spots, you’ll be on your way to a pub crawl you won’t soon forget – even after one or a few green beers. Sláinte!
Whether you’re reconnecting with your roots, or feeling Irish for the day, this Mississauga local offers a traditional St. Patrick’s Day experience.
There’s always a jovial crowd at this Durham pub, which serves some of the tastiest wings and alongside a wide selection of suds to wash them down.
Located on Queen St. E., this Irish local in the heart of Leslieville offers premium craft beers and whiskies alongside wholesome, quality food.
This spirited Carlton St. E. pub specializes in local craft beer, from Irish stouts to India Pale Ales, for a hoppy St. Paddy’s Day.
With four generations of Irish hospitality behind this 39 Colborne St. pub, revelers are guaranteed an entirely authentic St. Patrick’s Day experience.
Named after Ireland’s historic, after-hours speakeasies, this Queen St. E. pub is reputed for quality, live Ceol, which is Gaelic for music.
Located in Toronto’s Port Lands district, this bar/resto offers elevated pub-style cuisine in an upscale, waterside setting.
You won’t find green beer at this Ossington Ave. brewery. However, the craft beer lover’s haunt features a range of beer styles – all brewed in-house…
Originally from Ireland, the owners of this Roncesvalles pub have successfully transported their culture to T.O. by serving up Irish fare coupled with…