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Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day in Palm Beach!

Not sure where to celebrate St. Pat's day this year? Let us help you....


Paddy Mac's Irish Bar and Grill

10971 N. Military Trail, Plam Beach Gardens


Paddy Macs will have a tent set up with  fun, food, music and prizes. The live music will begin at noon and there will be a special menu featuring Irish favorites such as corned beef & cabbage.

O'Shea Irish Pub

531 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach


O'Shea will be throwing a big block party on Saint Patrick's day starting at 10 am. There will be live Irish music by "The Amadans & Bohran's", Irish dancers, bagpipers and a parade starting at 3 pm. Feast your appetite on corned beef and guiness while this kids get their faced painted and watch the animal show!

Slainte Irish Pub

1500 Gateway Blvd. Boynton Beach


Slainte Irish Pub will be setting up tents out back where there will be 5 live bands, a beer truck and there will also be a modified menu for the occasion.

Rooney's Public House

1153 Town Center Drive, Jupiter


Rooney's public House will be throwing a big outdoor and indoor event this Saint Patrick's Day. There will be several live bands, drink specials, Irish food, Irish dancers and giveaways! The celebration begins at 8 am and lasts throughout the night!

Borgues on the Avenue Irish Pub

621 Lake Avenue, Lake Worth


Borgues will have an outdoor and indoor celebration which will include live music as well as drink and menu specials.

Roxy's Pub

309 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach


Roxy's will be hosting a Saint Patrick's day bash that will begin at 5 pm. The celebration will include Irish food and drink spaecials along with their St. Patty's Day 3rd Annual Beer Pong Tournament. the event is sponsored by Wild 95.5 and will begin at 6 pm until 10 pm. Wild 95 will be giving away prizes for the winners.For more information, call Roxy's Pub at the telephone number listed above.

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