Ultimate Las Vegas Pub Crawl for St. Patrick’s Day

Las Vegas is no stranger to partying, and St. Patrick’s Day proves just that. From wild parties to getting decked out in green, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is an unforgettable experience in Vegas. Use this guide to do the ultimate Las Vegas pub crawl to grab a pint or two. We’ve created a path that will lead you right to the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow – the Golden Gate and all the St. Patrick’s Day festivities in Downtown Las Vegas!

 

6 Best St. Patrick’s Day Las Vegas Pubs

 

Sean Patrick’s | 12.2 Miles to Golden Gate

For an authentic Irish bar experience, look no further than Sean Patrick’s. This establishment embodies the essence of Irish culture with its Irish cuisine, extensive selection of Irish drinks, and cozy pub atmosphere. Indulge in their Dublin-style fish and chips, accompanied by a pint of Guinness or a smooth Irish whiskey. Open 24 hours a day, join them on St. Patrick’s Day for a day filled with special food and drink offerings.

 

McMullan’s Irish Pub | 6.7 Miles to Golden Gate

Open 24/7, McMullan’s Irish Pub is the perfect spot for St. Patrick’s Day shenanigans all weekend long. This year will be the 20th St. Patrick’s Day celebration at McMullan’s, meaning they have some experience with throwing a party. Classic Irish fare like bangers and mash, beer-battered fish and chips, and mushroom pie are perfect to enjoy before downing another pint, especially as the Final Day of Six Nations plays live on the TV on the 16th.

 

Rí Rá | 6.0 Miles to Golden Gate

Rí Rá is almost as authentic as they come for Irish pubs in Las Vegas. With decorations from Dublin and staff with accents from the old country, it truly feels as if you’re in your local Irish pub surrounded by friends. On St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy live Irish music all day long. If you want more of a party, Rí Rá is hosting PaddyFest from March 12-17, filled with bagpipes, Celtic singers, Irish dancers, and more.

 

Friends Doing a St. Patrick’s Day Las Vegas Pub Crawl

 

Nine Fine Irishmen | 5.3 Miles to Golden Gate

This Irish pub is almost as awe-inspiring as the men it’s inspired by. Nine Fine Irishmen manages to be extravagant and quaint at the same time, making for a spectacular experience that still feels like home. This pub uses the finest and freshest Irish ingredients to serve up some comfort food alongside your pint on St. Patrick’s Day. Pull up a seat at the bar and say “sláinte!”

 

O’Sheas Irish Pub | 4.1 Miles to Golden Gate

Immerse yourself in the vibrant ambiance of the Irish-inspired party pub, O’Sheas Pub. A beloved destination, the pub offers a lively atmosphere, boasting eight beers on tap, engaging beer pong matches, and delightful Irish-themed giveaways. Whether you’re savoring a pint, participating in a friendly game, or reveling in the festive atmosphere, O’Sheas Pub guarantees an unforgettable experience that captures the essence of Irish merriment.

 

Hennessey’s Tavern | 0.3 Miles to Golden Gate

It’s only right that the last stop on your St. Patrick’s Day Las Vegas pub crawl is located inside the World’s Largest Pint Glass! Hennessey’s Tavern is a Downtown Las Vegas gem that will transport you to Ireland. Open all day and late night to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, make the end of your pub crawl a memorable one with live entertainment and great company.

 

People Enjoying Live Entertainment for St. Patrick’s Day in Vegas

 

Downtown Vegas St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

 

Fremont Street ShamROCK Bash

Head to Fremont Street from March 14-17, where a celebration awaits all weekend long. This four-day extravaganza guarantees non-stop entertainment, transforming everyone into an honorary Irishman. The ShamROCK Bash boasts 137 hours of free, live entertainment, featuring authentic Irish bands, along with Celtic dancers, carnival-style games, and a host of other attractions.

 

Shamrock Rebellion

Join the St. Patrick’s Day festivities at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center for Flogging Molly’s Shamrock Rebellion Beer and Music Festival. Flogging Molly and supporting acts will bring some true Irish punk flair on March 17. For those 21 and older, enjoy some craft beer samplings from 12-3 pm. Experience the lively fusion of punk music, craft beer, and tasty bites at the heart of Downtown Las Vegas during this St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

 

Sham-Rock the Park Beer Walk

If you don’t have a beer, are you really even celebrating St. Patrick’s Day? Get your beer fix, including a green beer or two, at the Sham-Rock the Park beer walk event in the Downtown Container Park on March 16. Enjoy live music, all-you-can-drink beer around the park, “plenty o’ shenanigans”, giveaways, and more at this awesome beer event that will have you feeling like a true Irishman.

 

If you want a truly epic Las Vegas St. Patrick’s Day experience, book a room at Golden Gate Hotel to be right in the action and grab a green beer on St. Paddy’s Day. From block parties to pub crawls, there is no shortage of things to do for one of the best holidays to celebrate in Vegas. Just don’t forget to pack something green.

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Andrea Atzeni: Goodwood Final Day Preview

Tides Of War – 14:25 Goodwood

It was hard work getting through the ground on Thursday, but it was nice that Vandeek was able to get the job done in the Richmond, and it was a nice pot to win. He’s got lots of potential. The ground was drying out which made it fairly testing, but they are due a bit more rain on Saturday which actually should help. Tides Of War has been a bit disappointing but he did run very well at the track the time before last when he was third to the subsequent Ascot Gold Cup winner, Courage Mon Ami, which is obviously very decent form. He’s won on very soft ground in France, but I think he probably prefers better ground so if it’s dried out a little it will help. It’s one of those handicaps that is just very open, but he does stay the distance.

Ghara – 15:00 Goodwood

On ratings she has a bit to find, but I ride her in the mornings, and she has improved a lot. She is running with a hood on and is stepping up to a mile and six, but the one thing I would say is because she is quite light on her feet, she wouldn’t want the ground too slow, so it all depends on the weather. I think she can out-run her odds because she does work good with another couple of nice fillies from the yard, so I think she has improved. It would be nice to finish in the frame and pick up some black type with her.

Aberama Gold – 15:35 Goodwood

Ideally on slow ground you’d want to be drawn high, but as the ground is drying out it’s probably more important to be drawn where the pace is. I am drawn in the middle, and they will definitely split in to two groups, so I can go either side. He won a big handicap at York last time and he’s a good spare ride to get under a penalty. He’s in form, handles any ground, and he should have a good chance, but it’s obviously always very competitive.

Have a great weekend,

Andrea

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