Pittsburgh is known for throwing the second largest Saint Patrick’s Day celebration in the entire country for a reason. From the parade, to the food it’s hard not to have a good time come March 17th, 2018. This year’s parade begins at 10am and takes on the same route as the last. Coming from an Irish University I’ve seen quite a few parades and partied for quite a few Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations. Navigating such a huge celebration in the city may seem overwhelming but I’ve rounded up a few events to get you started.
Local Brewhouse Bar Crawl
March 17 1-3AM [Link]
In what may be the longest bar stroll ever, Local Brewhouse on the North Shore is hosting a one of kind stroll where you can wander from saloon to tavern, to bar without paying a cover and enjoying all the green beer you can drink.
Howl at the Moon Pittsburgh
March 16 5pm [Link]
Howl at the Moon wants to offer more than green beer to party goers. Starting at 5pm take a chance at getting lucky and enter to win several giveaways. Also, get free admission for rocking green.
Revel Kegs & Eggs Party
March 17th 7am [Link]
Revel is partying all day all night this St. Patrick’s Day. For $40 from 7am-9am you can get a 2 hour open bar, breakfast buffet, bottomless mimosas, live DJ, and a tee shirt.
If you’re not an early riser that’s understandable because after 9am the day party kicks in and the cover price goes down to $10. Enjoy green beer specials, Irish food, and enter to win amazing prizes.
Saint Patrick’s Day at McFaddens
March 17th 9am
McFaddens is a great time when you’re just celebrating life so imagine this notorious pub for Saint Patrick’s Day shenanigans! They’re known for peeps dancing on the bar but this St Patty’s Day enjoy drink specials, awesome music, and even feed your face.
Family Fun Shenanigans are happening in Market Square from 10am – 1pm.
Pittsburgh might not do a lot of things right but what they do get right they revel in it all the way! You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy the celebration as the more the merrier. I hadn’t realized that our celebration was a big thing until I went elsewhere. What are your plans for Saint Patrick’s Day?