2019 Best St. Patrick’s Day Restaurants in Los Angeles

St. Patricks Day Restaurants LA

Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in LA

Check out our St. Patrick’s Day dining guide to find the best local restaurants, bars and Irish pubs in LA. Chow down on traditional Irish fare like corned beef hash, fish and chips, and cabbage stew — and maybe have a pint or two!

Celebrate on March 17th with a trip to one of the best St. Patrick’s Day restaurants and Irish bars in Los Angeles.

The Buchanan Arms

Burbank, CA

The Buchanan Arms in Burbank offers a special menu to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

On March 17, enjoy Irish stew or corned beef and cabbage along with Guinness stout and Harp Lager on tap.

Casey’s Irish Pub

Los Angeles, CA

On March 17, Casey’s Irish Pub in downtown LA is hosting the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival.

This traditional Irish pub will throw open its doors at 6 a.m. and the surrounding street festival kicks off at 11 a.m. and continues until 2 a.m. Festivities include dancing and live DJ performances. Expect 450 kegs of beer and traditional Irish fare from Casey’s.

Before 1 p.m., admission to Casey’s and the street festival is free. After 1 p.m., admission is $20 for entrance into both Casey’s and the street festival.

Horse Thief

Los Angeles, CA

Texas BBQ spot Horse Thief at downtown LA’s Grand Central Market is getting in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit!

There will be specials on Guinness beer, plus a corned beef sandwich ($15) with a side of smoked Brussels sprouts added to the menu.

Ireland’s 32

Van Nuys, CA

Ireland’s 32 in Van Nuys starts celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at 8 a.m. with drinks and food, and there will be live music throughout the day (expect a cover charge).

The Library Alehouse

Santa Monica, CA

The Library Alehouse on Main Street in Santa Monica offers a lengthy craft beer list and creative fare.

Visit on St. Patrick’s Day for a corned beef and cabbage dinner and Irish stouts on tap.

Lucky Baldwins

Pasadena, CA

With more than 60 beers on tap, Lucky Baldwins pub in Pasadena is a prime spot to stop in for a pint on St. Patrick’s Day. Irish specialties will be on the menu for the holiday.

Vintage beer posters and banners comprise the art at this rustic establishment with an old-fashioned wood-planked floor.

Molly Malone’s Irish Pub

Los Angeles, CA

The heady smell of Guinness and Harp on tap is in the air at Molly Malone’s Irish Pub, which attracts locals, L.A.’s Irish-Americans and an international crowd.

Live music is a staple at this Fairfax District bar – and St. Patrick’s Day will be no exception.

The Oinkster

Los Angeles, CA

The Oinkster in Eagle Rock is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day all month along with its Saint Patrick’s Burger, featuring a ground corned beef brisket patty topped with a fried potato and cabbage bubble ‘n’ squeak round, Oinkster horseradish mustard and pickles on a potato bun.

Diners can also go green with the shake of the month, which is made with Fosselman’s pistachio ice cream with white chocolate chips.

Rock & Reilly’s

Los Angeles,CA

Rock & Reilly’s has two Los Angeles area locations: downtown LA and the Sunset Strip.

The West Hollywood branch will host an annual block party on St. Patrick’s Day.


Royal Falconer British Pub

Redlands, CA

Bagpipers will entertain patrons at Royal Falconer British Pub in Redlands on St. Patrick’s Day.

Enjoy corned beef and cabbage along with a beer in the dark oak-clad room illuminated by Tiffany-style lamps.

Story Tavern

Burbank, CA

Story Tavern, an inviting Craftsman-style gastropub in Burbank, will have live Irish music on St. Patrick’s Day.

Head over to the adjacent game room for darts, ping pong tables, foosball and shuffle board.

Tam O’Shanter

Los Angeles, CA

An L.A. institution since 1922, the Scottish-themed Tam O’Shanter‘s claim to fame is prime rib with all the fixin’s.

For St. Patrick’s Day, a tent is set up in the parking lot to provide plenty of room for the revelers enjoying live music.



Brentwood, CA

For St. Patrick’s Day, Tavern in Brentwood presents Suzanne Goin’s Irish-inspired dishes for lunch and dinner.

The à la carte selections include house-made corned beef and cabbage, beer-battered fish ‘n’ chips, and green velvet cake with cream cheese frosting and Guinness ice cream for dessert. Guests can also enjoy Murphy’s Stout beer, an Irish whiskey flight or the “Irish Kiss” cocktail with Jameson Irish Whiskey, Murphy’s Stout and rosemary.

The food specials are also available for takeout from The Larder at Tavern and The Larder at Burton Way with 48-hour advance notice.


Timmy Nolan’s Tavern & Grill

Los Angeles, CA

Timmy Nolan’s Tavern & Grill in Toluca Lake looks forward to St. Patrick’s Day all year long. (The Irish pub even celebrates “St. Practice Day” on the halfway point of September 17th.)

Tip back a pint of Guinness and dig into Irish stew or corned beef and cabbage.

Whale & Ale

San Pedro, CA

Enjoy corned beef, shepherd’s pie and other Irish specialties on St. Patrick’s Day at Whale & Ale, a British pub in San Pedro.

Wash it all down with Irish coffee or a pint of Guinness, if you’re so inclined.

Ye Olde King’s Head

Santa Monica, CA

A bag piper and a DJ are part of the entertainment on St. Patrick’s Day at Ye Olde King’s Head in Santa Monica.

Guinness and green beer will flow throughout the day, and Irish stew and corned beef and cabbage will be available.

The York

Los Angeles, CA

The York is a stylish neighborhood gastropub offering draught beers and an eclectic menu.

On St. Patrick’s Day, this Highland Park spot will serve up corned beef and cabbage along with green beer for the holiday.