Things are starting to feel a little extra lucky with Saint Patrick’s Day quickly approaching on March 17. If you’ve been counting down the days to get your “Irish” on, or just looking for some awesome local spots to celebrate, we’ve got the lineup for you.

Let’s see what’s out there!

Brazen Head

It’s only fitting we kick off this list with a Toronto Irish Destination that is literally taking St. Patty’s day celebrations to the next level. Starting at 11 a.m., doors open and guests are invited to enjoy two floors of non-stop Irish fun, including a celebration tent, musicians, DJs, a brand new menu and plenty of Irish cheer to go round.

 

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When: March 17th, doors open at 11 a.m.
Where: 165 East Liberty Street, Toronto
Cost: Entry is free!

Mill Street Brew Pub

If you’re looking to get really lucky, head down to the Historic Distillery District to enjoy Mill Street’s live music, new menu and DJs that have been expertly curated for the ultimate St. Patty’s day party. In between sips and songs, take time to admire the massive brewery vats, which produce more than 22 handcrafted beers and ales.

 

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When: March 17th, doors open at 11:30 a.m.
Where: 21 Tank House Lane, Toronto
Cost: Entry is free!

The Goodman

Let’s face it, a good party is made even better with waterfront views and boardwalk access. As the city’s only St. Patty’s Day party on the waterfront, stop by for some liquid sunshine, live DJs and mouthwatering menu picks that will have that Irish cheer going all day and night long.

 

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When: March 17th, doors open at 11:00 a.m.
Where: 207 Queens Quay West, Toronto
Cost: Entry is free!

Dominion

Three incredible rooms, complete with a friendly and laid-back vibe, Dominion tops the list for the perfect get-together with friends this St. Patty’s day. Snag a spot in their open-concept space to catch some live music and enjoy menu faves like Chipotle Chicken, Baja Fish, and Jackfruit Al Pastor Tacos. Who says St. Patty’s day can’t have a bit of fusion!

 

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When: March 17th, doors open at 11:00 a.m.
Where: 500 Queen Street East, Toronto
Cost: Entry is free!

Pogue Mahone

If decorations do it for you, Pogue Mahone is the spot to check out. This beloved watering hole is transforming into an St. Patty’s hotspot, decked out in decorations from head to toe. And the best part? Guests can enjoy expertly poured beverages, tasty menu picks and good vibes in an outdoor, on-site celebration tent, complete with a DJ and live music.

 

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When: March 17th, doors open at 11:00 a.m.
Where: 777 Bay Street, Toronto
Cost: Entry is free!

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Pour House

For those in search of a beautiful balance between comfortable seating and free flowing space, Pour House is the one for you. Doors open at 11 a.m. and guests can enjoy live DJs, celebratory beverages, unbeatable eats and incredible moments with music coming from every corner.

 

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When: March 17th, doors open at 11:00 a.m.
Where: 182 Dupont Avenue, Toronto
Cost: Entry is free!

East of Brunswick

If you’re a student, resident of the Spadina & Bloor neighbourhood, or just someone looking for a great time, there’s simply no better spot to be on Saint Patrick’s Day. A full wrap-around bar, DJ, Shuffleboard, and the best pizza around!

When: March 17th, doors open at 11:00 a.m.
Where: 720 Spadina Ave, Toronto
Cost: Entry is free!

So there you have it. Your plans for Saint Patrick’s Day are set. Now go and find something green to wear and we’ll see you there! 

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