This year is already zipping by and March is fast approaching. You know what that means, Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations!

This year, celebrations may look a little different along with everything else but we have learned to adapt. It’s another socially distant holiday and we can’t celebrate exactly like we would in years past, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start new traditions. We scoured the internet to find out what your favorite local restaurants are doing to celebrate as well as some awesome virtual events. We have you covered with this guide to all things green for this year‘s Saint Patrick’s Day.
Virtual Events:
  1. Dublin Virtual Festival – 

    Who knows how to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day better than Ireland. Dublin invites the world to join in on their 6 day celebration from March 12th to March 17th. Click Here to watch the launch video and to learn more.

  2. Virtual 5K – 

    Maybe health and fitness is your thing and you want to celebrate with a 5k. The annual South Boston Saint Patrick’s Day Road Race is going virtual this year from Sat March 13 – Sun March 21! Now you can celebrate wherever you live without having to drive into the city.  Click Here for more details to sign up and get running!

  3. Virtual Concert – 

    What is Saint Patrick’s Day without a concert from everyone’s favorite Boston band, Drop Kick Murphys. For the second year in a row, you can stream their live show right from the comfort of your own home. The show must go on Click Here for more details.

  4. Cook Traditional Irish Meals –

    Whether you like to cook or you like to eat everyone loves a traditional Irish meal on Saint Patrick’s Day. No matter what level cooking experience you have, these mouthwatering recipes are sure to be a big hit for any Saint Patrick’s Day celebration. Click Here for more details.

If the virtual events aren’t your thing and you want to go to a good old fashioned local Irish pub this Saint Patrick’s Day then is the list for you.

  • Boston –


    For almost 20 years, this modern Irish Pub and popular neighborhood watering hole located in Boston’s Back Bay has made a name for itself as a high quality pub serving up Shepherd’s Pie all year round.

    710 Boylston Street, Boston | (617) 933-4803

  • Cambridge –

    The Druid

    When it comes to timeless atmosphere, look no further than The Druid located in the oldest wooden mercantile building in the city of Cambridge. Kick your Saint Patrick’s Day Celebrations off with a hardy Irish breakfast including Irish sausage, Irish bacon, and Irish brown bread or enjoy these other Irish favorites Seafood Stew or Shepherd’s Pie for lunch or dinner. 

    1357 Cambridge Street, Cambridge | 617-497-0965 

  • Charlestown –

    Tavern At The End Of The World

    Tucked away in the heart of Charlestown, this cozy traditional Irish pub featuring 50+ beers and Guinness beef stew is a sure fire win.

    108 Cambridge Street, Charlestown | (617) 241-4999

  • Reading –

    Bunratty Tavern

    The search is over for authentic Irish food! The Bunratty Tavern serves up all your favorite dishes, 365 days a year. Some notable menu items are the full Irish breakfast, shepherd’s pie and of course, the traditional corned beef dinner. Make sure to save room for dessert because the homemade bread pudding is worth the wait.

    620 Main Street, Reading |(781) 779-8245

  • Somerville –

    Olde Magoun’s Saloon

    There is nothing better on a cold winter day than warming up with a delicious cup of coffee— that is until you have a Nitro Irish Coffee. At Olde Magoun’s Saloon in Somerville, the brunch Nitro Coffee with Jameson, Baileys, and fresh whipped cream is the perfect way to kick off your celebration.

    Not only does Olde Magoun’s Saloon serve up a killer Irish coffee, but they have an impressive list of beer that you can order in 5L mini-kegs, 32oz, and 64oz Growler to go! Just call in your order, pick up at the restaurant, and you have an instant St Patty’s Day party.

    518 Medford Street, Somerville | (617) 776-2600

  • Malden –

    Hugh O’Neil’s

    This modern take on the traditional Irish pub has 35+ beers on tap, rare whiskeys, Guinness beef stew, and shepherd’s pie. It is an all around win for Saint Patrick’s Day festivities. Book your reservation and get celebrating.

    45 Pleasant Street, Malden | (781) 338-9977

  • Winchester –

    First House Pub

    With seating both indoors and outdoors and over 20 beers on tap, you can’t go wrong with this classic Winchester pub on St. Patrick’s Day, serving up out-of-this-world food like the Gloucester Reuben and New England Clam Chowder.

    528 Main Street, Winchester | (781) 369-1381

There are so many fantastic and fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in our area and we hope you can use these tips to make yours a memorable holiday!

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