St. Patrick’s Day is finally here! There’s no better way to celebrate than hitting up an Irish Pub for a Guinness and some traditional Irish eats. There are tons of great Irish pubs within Toronto and the GTA worth visiting this year, and of course, special St. Patty’s menus and events will be in full effect this weekend.
Here are the best pubs to check out in Toronto and the GTA for St. Patrick’s Day.
McVeigh’s Irish Pub
McVeigh’s Irish Pub is located on the corner of Church and Richmond within walking distance of the Eaton Centre and City Hall. The McVeigh family have been ambassadors of Irish music and hospitality for over 53 years.
Gracie’s offers an enticing classic pub menu for both lunch and dinner and has party menus and platters for every budget. Plus, for St.Patrick’s Day, the pub will have live music starting at 1 p.m.! What better way to celebrate?
Firth’s Celtic Pub
Firth’s Celtic Pub is situated at 543 Upper James Street in Hamilton and is open every day of the week from 11 a.m. to 12 or 1 a.m. Head over on St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy special features like Irish Spring Rolls.
The Brogue Irish Pub
Doors are opening at 11:30 a.m. at The Brogue Irish Pub with special St. Patty’s festivities all day long. Order mouthwatering pub food like the Guinness Steak, Mushroom Pie, or even the Fish and Chips.
Tap Works Pub
Tap Works Pub, located on St. Clair Avenue West in Toronto, definitely has put its own spin on pub food. From crispy Cauliflower Bites to Maple Glazed Pulled Pork, you’re sure to find something that catches your eye.
The Queen’s Head
This pub is located Downtown Oakville and has all of the Irish food you’re searching for. Check out the menu for large platters of nachos, wings, fish and chips, burgers, and so much more.
Stout Irish Pub
Head over to 221 Carlton Street in Toronto to Stout Irish Pub for brunch on St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy Irish dancers, Celtic Music, and of course, all of the food and drinks you’d ever want to celebrate with.
Visit Belfast Love this weekend for its St. Patty’s Weekend Party to celebrate! There will be an Irish food menu and Guinness Jameson features for you to enjoy while getting your party on.
If you’re looking for fresh ingredients from a pub, then check out Whelan’s Gate on St. Patrick’s Day. Its food is based on a from-scratch concept, all meats are ground in-house, and it makes all of its sauces, pickles, and condiments. Yum!
If you’re on the hunt for that comfort pub food, then you have to make a stop at the Wheatsheaf Tavern. From crispy mozzarella sticks to a prime rib sandwich, you’re going to want to order the entire menu. This St Patrick’s Day the poub is opening its doors at 9 a.m. for its St. Patty’s Party where there will be live music, prizes, and more!
T.J. O’Shea’s Irish Snug
From traditional Irish pub fare to creative takes on modern classics, this Irish Snug, located in Etobicoke, has something for everyone to enjoy. Its Friday event is already sold out – but you can celebrate on Saturday as there will be Irish dancers and great music then, too!
P.J. O’Brien Irish Pub & Restaurant
This authentic Irish pub has been celebrated year after year as the unmatched heart of hospitality in Toronto’s downtown core. Head over on St. Patrick’s day for Irish food and drinks, and live music!
Kilt & Harp
Head over to Kilt & Harp on Danforth for a special St. Paddy’s day menu. They’ll be open all day from 12-8 p.m. Stop by for a pint of Guinness and some traditional Irish fare!
Cooper’s Pub is steps away from Square One in Mississauga. Do some shopping before your St. Patty’s festivities, maybe? Live music will be starting at 3 p.m., and Irish Dancers will be performing ar 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 p.m.
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