America's best Irish pubs for a great Saint Patrick's Day - SEE PHOTOS
Perfect locations to get together and have the 'craic' on Ireland's national holiday
If it's sunshine, good food and a nice cold beer your seeking then may we recommend, Waxy O'Connors - described by locals as a truly authentic Irish pub with great grub. The bar is having a three-day Patty's bash and welcomes everyone to come in and join the fun.
Since opening their doors in December 1997, Waxyis has provided a warm, yet exuberant atmosphere that feels like home-away-from-home for yacht crew and business professionals alike. Patrons enjoy imported beers and mouth watering traditional Irish and American fare.
1095 SE 17th St. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 954-525-WAXY
Bennigan's Grrill and Tavern in Richardson, Texas is preparing for an influx of Irish American's this St. Patrick's Day. The bar is an upbeat place to kick back with friends and family. It's the best pub in Georgia to experience the genuine spirit of Irish hospitality. The bar is famous for it's Turkey O'Toole sandwich and its Oh Baby Back Ribs.
501 W. George Bush Hwy. Ste. 140 Richardson, Texas 75080 469-277-6371
Kevin Barry's Pub is one of Georgia's most talked-about Irish bars. Located in Beautiful Historic Savannah, Georgia, Kevin Barry's looks over the Savannah River from one of the city's oldest buildings. Adding to this fantastic surrounding, the Irish pub offers delicious food, live Irish Music, and a fine selection of spirits.
Prior to Kevin Barry's opening, there was no Irish music south of Washington DC. The bar is most known for it's music sessions and is expecting a huge crowd to gather this coming St. Patrick's Day to join in a sing song.
117 West River Street Savannah, Georgia. 912-233-9626
The Dubliner Restaurant and Irish bar is the place to be if celebrating Paddy's day in Washington DC. Located right off the halls of Congress, The Dubliner always has a full house.
The Dubliner was established in 1974 in the best of a long barkeeping tradition. In keeping with pride and tradition, The Dubliner has recreated an authentic Dublin City Pub on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The Dubliner could as easily occupy a corner of O'Connell Street as Massachusetts Avenue.
Many of the friendly staff are fresh from Ireland and as colorful as any character in James Joyce's Dubliner, for which our pub is proudly named. Whether you're in Washington on business or pleasure, make sure to stop by the Dubliner for a drink to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
520 N. Capitol Street Northwest, Washington, D.C. 202-737-3773
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