Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in NYC
Check out our St. Patrick’s Day dining guide to find the best local restaurants, bars and Irish pubs in NYC. 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 New York.
Irish coffee is one of the specialties at The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, a multi-level cocktail bar and eatery in lower Manhattan that draws inspiration from “the conviviality of Old New York and the Irish-American tradition.”
On St. Patrick’s Day, bagpipers entertain patrons at Donovan’s Pub in Woodside.
Enjoy a pint and eat some good pub grub, including one of the best burgers in New York.
Just like every other day, Guinness will be flowing on St. Patrick’s Day at Galway Hooker.
The crowds spill out onto the West Village sidewalks, smoking and chatting late into the night, yet in every other way this “pub” manages to rise above the stereotype, mostly due to its elevated menu and airy, spacious main room.
The Half King in Chelsea will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with bagpipes, step dancers and traditional Irish music.
Fill up on shepherd’s pie and wash it down with Guinness or Irish whiskey.
Houndstooth Pub in Midtown West will offer a menu special of corned beef and cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day.
Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day at The Late Late on the Lower East Side.
This bar and eatery dedicated to Ireland’s Late Late Show offers well-mixed cocktails and a menu of Irish-ish dishes to help prolong a night of imbibing.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Molly’s Pub & Shebeen.
This Gramercy Park spot stands out for its glowing fireplace, straight-from-the-old-country staff and signature shepherd’s pie.
P.J. Clarke’s on Third Avenue is located just a couple blocks from the NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade, making it a key drinking spot.
It’s been a Manhattan institution for more than a century, and is still favored by the famous and infamous.
On St. Patrick’s Day, drop by Rosie O’Grady’s and Rosie’s Pub for Guinness and Harp beer on draft, as well as traditional favorites such as shepherd’s pie and fish and chips.
St. Patrick’s Day specials will also be available.
St. Dymphna’s is a lively East Village pub offering authentic Irish fare and endless pints of your favorite beer, including Guinness.
The St. Patrick’s Day festivities at downtown Irish pub Ulysses’ will include live music, Irish food specials and whiskey flights.
This West Village restaurant-bar lends a sense of Irishness to the gastropub genre.
On St. Patrick’s Day, the black leather booths at Wilfie & Nell will be filled with revelers washing down microbrews and enjoying the faux townhouse vibe along with samplings from the menu.