2024 Best St. Patrick's Day Restaurants in Los Angeles Area

The Best St. Patrick's Day Pubs in Los Angeles

Check out GAYOT's St. Patrick's Day dining guide to find the best local restaurants, bars and Irish pubs where revelers can chow down on traditional Irish fare like corned beef hash, fish and chips, and cabbage stew — and maybe have a pint or two! We've also included other restaurants getting into the Irish spirit with cocktail or food specials just for the holiday.

Celebrate on March 17th with a trip to one of the Best St. Patrick's Day Restaurants in Los Angeles.

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Brennan's
12/20
Craft beer, pizzas, pub grub and more in Marina del Rey. See More
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The Cat & Fiddle
13/20
Beloved The Cat & Fiddle has re-emerged in a new home on Highland Avenue. See More
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Harriet's Rooftop
13/20
Enjoy city views, snacks and cocktails at the rooftop lounge at 1 Hotel West Hollywood. See More
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Hennessey's Tavern
No Rating
Neighborhood Irish pub centers on hearty comfort food and imported Irish brews. See More
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Idle Hour
13/20
This historic barrel-shaped North Hollywood bar features fresh cocktails, craft beer and updated American comfort food. See More
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Ireland's 32
QB
Drinking and live music are the focus of this Irish-owned, traditional pub. See More
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Jameson's Irish Pub
No Rating
Irish pub and sports bar on Hollywood Boulevard. See More
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Maple Block Meat Company
13/20
Texas barbecue that is butchered, smoked and grilled right on the premises in Culver City. See More
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The Morrison
13/20
Atwater’s cool Scottish gastropub offers good grub and a long list of single malts, cocktails and draft beers. See More
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Delilah Los Angeles & Miami
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