Washington DC Celebrate the day when everyone’s Irish with a pub crawl marathon, kegs and eggs, beer festivals, and leprechaun contests. There's also an activity for people who may possess a sizable amount of gold.
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Event of the Week: Suds are synonymous with St. Paddy’s Day, so get yourself to the Shamrock Beer Bash on Saturday, March 15th. Taste unlimited samples of 75 beers, plus all-you-can-drink full pours of green Bud Light and a stout. It goes down in the lot across from Nats stadium. Decide if you’re a day drinker or night drinker, then buy tickets for a three-hour session. Tix are $40 Continue Reading
All Weekend: One day wasn’t enough for Ri Ra Georgetown, so they’re offering St. Paddy’s Day specials all month long. Get Guinness-inspired mixed pints like the Black Fog or Snakebite for $6 along with traditional corned beef and cabbage for $16. Jig-worthy Irish bands will be playing, making it the perfect time to check out Georgetown’s newest watering hole and Irish... emPOURium!
All Weekend: Sure you've probably done a pub crawl or two. But, how about one that lasts three days? Kick off St. Paddy’s Day with a Friday happy hour crawl. Register starting at 5pm at The Front Page, then crawl through Dupont’s hardest-partying bars drinking $2 domestic drafts, $3 domestic bottles, and $4 well drinks. Continue the crawl on Saturday and again on Monday. Three-day access is $15 - be sure to enter THRILL20PC at the checkout and 20% will be deducted from the ticket price.
Saturday, March 15th: Get serenaded by a bagpiper at a Kegs and Eggs Irish Brunch at Madhatter from 11am-3pm. That’s not all. Drink specials include $2 green beer, $3 mixed drinks, $4 Shamrock Shots, $5 Guinness, and $7 Irish Car Bombs. When you’re tired of listening to a man in a skirt, DC band Irresponsible will take over the live music. Dress like a leprechaun to win some prizes. Tickets are just $15
Monday, March 17th: If you just robbed a bank, we know EXACTLY what to do with your haul: spend it on the St. Pappy’s Day dinner at Bourbon Steak. A top-notch dinner will be paired with five varieties of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon: Van Winkle Reserve, as well as the 10, 15, 20, and 23-year vintages. They’ll serve up some education about the brand as well. Dinner starts at 6pm and will cost you a pot of gold ($300)...
... Or, just spend it at your favorite Irish pub. Like The Dubliner, who says they’re one of the largest purveyors of Guinness in the country. Even the President had a pint there.