McCasper & O’Runyon’s
Shamrocks Irish Pub
995 West 7th St., St. Paul
Shamrocks will be open on March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day. They are taking reservations for four time slots:
9am-12noon / 12noon-3pm / 3pm- 6pm / 6pm-close
There will be cash only with 3 hours max per table.
Protocal rules are stay 6 feet apart and wear a mask and stay at your table except when you need to use the bathroom or to get food or drinks. Your cooperation is very important to keep Shamrocks open and to stop the spread of Covid 19.
Paddy Ryans Irish Pub & Restaurant
709 Rodeo Drive
Paddy Ryans is famous for its menu on St. Patrick’s Day. The St. Patrick’s Day menu, was so popular that the customers want it back every year. Don’t miss this special menu on this special day. Of course there will be full bar service.
Joe & Stan’s Sport’s Lounge & Grill
949 W. 7th St., St. Paul
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Wednesday, March 17th. There will be Corned Beef, Reuben sandwiches and the regular menu the rest of the day. This is the home of Mr. Pat 2014, John Kelly. Joe & Stan’s has been owned and operated by the Kelly Family for several years. The name of the bar has been on the place for more than 60 or 70 years so the Kellys thought they would just keep it after they took over. Stop in and have a drink and enjoy their regular menu 7 days a week.
Celt’s Pub of Inver Grove Heights
6559 Concord Blvd.
Inver Grove Hts.
Celt’s Pub of Rosemount
14506 S. Robert Trail
Celt’s Pub of Farmington
200 3rd Street, Farmington
These three Irish pubs located in Inver Grove Heights, Rosemount and Farmington will serve corned beef and cabbage all day on the St. Patrick’s Day. Celt’s serves more corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day than any other restaurant in the area. There will be green beer and prizes all day on St. Patrick’s Day at all locations as they try for a record amount of corned beef sold this year. Celt’s is Irish all year not just St. Patrick’s Day.
University and Vandalia
The Dubliner is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with from 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. There will be Irish Stew and Soda Bread. There will be music with Jim McGowan from 2 to 6pm on the patio (weather permitting) and Gus the Bard goes on from 7 to 11pm. All current Covid-19 restrictions will be strictly enforced.
Keegan’s Irish Pub
16 University Ave NE,
Charlie’s Pub at The Waterstreet Inn
101 Water St. S., Stillwater
St. Patrick’s Day is taken very serious in Stillwater. Charlie’s Restaurant and Irish Pub have announced the schedule of events around St. Patrick’s Day from March 13 – 20. With each day having different events. On St. Patrick’s Day Tom Dahill and Ginny Johnson will play in the Pub from 1 to 5 PM and Broken Spoke will start at 6 to 10 PM. Legacy will play in the Ballroom at 5 to 9 PM. The restaurant will be serving traditional Irish favorites from March 13-20. There is a room promotion from March 16-18 of 50 % off all guest rooms in the hotel. Make you reservations now call the Inn at 651-439-6000.
531 7th St. W., St. Paul
Mancini’s is the home of The Worst Irish Tenor Contest which has been cancelled for this year, however, Mancini’s is still open with protocol seating because of the Covid 19. We look forward to 2022 and hosting the Worst Irish Tenor Contest again.
859 Randolph Ave., St. Paul
The oldest licensed establishment in Ramsey county. The SPOT will be open under full protocol so feel free to come and enjoy the oldest operating pub in St. Paul on St. Patrick’s day and beyond. There will be drink specials with corned beef sandwiches all day.
Liffey Irish Pub
175 7th St. W., St. Paul
The Liffey is located in downtown St.Paul across from the Xcel Energy Center. It is closed until the virus is under control.
The Local Irish Pub
931 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis
Founded on Dec. 17, 1997, the Local celebrates 23+ years of enduring loyalty and adoration from its many customers. Widely known for its 80-foot bar featuring a hand-carved back bar, numerous nooks and crannies for exchanging secrets, and ample space in the Whiskey Lounge for telling flat-out lies. This has been a favorite place to see and be seen both on St. Patrick’s Day and any other day of the year. The Local is now closed until the virus is under control.
Kieran’s Irish Pub
85 6th St N, Minneapolis
Kieran’s has been the original Irish experience in downtown Minneapolis since 1994. Kieran’s will be closed until the virus is under control.
The Local West End
607 Park Place Boulevard
St. Louis Park
The Local West transitioned from the Cooper and is located just south of 394, on the corner of Xenia and Park Place Boulevard in the Shops at West End. The Local West has the feel of the famous Local in downtown Minneapolis with the superb craftsmanship: hand-etched glass, carved wood, frescoed ceilings and floors inspired by worn leather. Parking is available underground year-round in the free garage beneath the pub.The Local West End will be closed until the virus is under control.
3601 E. Lake St. Minneapolis
On the corner of 36th and East Lake Street sits Merlins Rest (about one mile west of the Mississippi River). Merlins serves the largest selection of Irish Whiskeys in the Midwest. Merlins Rest will be open and practicing protocol until the virus is under control. Merlins has an extensive award winning menu that is served.
4201 Nicollet Ave.
Is permanently closed until further notice.
J R Mac’s
1420 7th St. W., St. Paul
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at J R Mac’s. This is the home of the 2017 Mr. Pat, Dan McQuillan. Come on over and have some fun on March 17 where we will practice the proper protocol during Covid 19.
Blue Door (Minneapolis)
3448 42nd Ave. S.
1514 Como Ave SE
This St. Patrick’s Day there are two Blue Doors for you to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at. The Blue Door is the home of our famous Juicy Blucys and the Twin Cities best happy hour. There is a special burger of the moment all the time so check often. St. Patrick’s Day is a special day at the Blue Door because most of our staff are Irish. We practice masking and social distancing.
The Half Time Rec
1013 Front Ave, St Paul
Irish Brigade might be performing on St. Patrick’s however we don’t know for sure because Scott the owner will not return our questions. This is the oldest Irish music bar in the Twin Cities. There is great food under the new management so how can you go wrong.
The Keg and Case
928 7th St W. St. Paul
Keg and Case has canceled St. Patrick’s Weekend Celebration in Response to Coronavirus. Keg and Case Market’s number one priority is the safety and health of market guests and the West 7th Community. Keg and Case management is in close contact with the local public health authority—Saint Paul-Ramsey County Public Health—to ensure Keg and Case is executing every precaution necessary.
Morrissey’s Irish Pub
913 West Lake Street Minneapolis
Morrissey’s is the only Irish Pub in the Minneapolis west Lake Street area. They will be practicing proper protocol during this Covid 19 time. So bring your Mask and do social distancing and enjoy this unique Irish Pub.