St. Patrick’s Day is just a week away, but you might still be looking for the perfect place to celebrate the luck of the Irish! There are several local hot spots you can choose from when trying to get your party plans in order on March 17.
1. Raglan Road at Disney Springs
The St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Raglan Road is three whole days of festivities, from March 15 – 17. In addition to the delicious Irish food and beverages that Raglan Road is famous for, you can enjoy an unbeatable lineup of live music headlined by the Celtic rock group Young Dubliners. The Mighty Festival will feature several indoor and outdoor stages showcasing the best Irish-inspired talent as well as a huge selection of beers, whiskey, and craft cocktails. The party starts at 3:00 PM on Friday, March 15 and ends at 1:30 AM. On March 16 and 17, you can start celebrating as early as 11 AM and enjoy the fun until 1:30 AM both nights. On Sunday, March 17 there will be a cover charge of $10 per adult and seating will be available on a
- Young Dubliners
- Ben Gunnery
- The Byrne Brothers
- The Raglan Roots Coalition
- Reel Republic
- Trad Gad
- High Road
- The Raglan Road Dancers
2. Tin Roof Orlando at ICON Orlando 360
Tin Roof Orlando will offer two days of celebration in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, starting with St. Practice Day on March 16! The warm-up to the official holiday celebration will begin at 3 PM with live music, $4 green beer and $6 Guinness specials that last all day until 2 AM. Then for the main event, Tin Roof Orlando will open at 11 AM on Sunday, March 17 for a full day of $3 green beer, $5 Guinness cans, and $6 Jameson drinks as well as live music starting at 3 PM. The party will wrap up at 2 AM. The performers both evenings will be:
- James Ryan (3/16 & 3/17 from 3 PM – 6 PM)
- David Oliver (3/16 from 6 PM – 9 PM)
- McLongs Irish Duo (3/17 from 6 PM – 9 PM)
- Stereo FM (3/16 & 3/17 from 10 PM – 2 AM)
3. St. Patrick’s Day at SeaWorld Orlando
SeaWorld Orlando is getting in on the celebration with special festive merchandise, green beer, Irish stew, Rueben Eggrolls and more limited time menu offerings. You can also keep it green by trying the new Seven Seas specialty drink, Riptide, which is made with spiced rum, amaretto, blue curacao, lime, and apple juice. The Riptide can be found at the North Atlantic Market.
4. Pat O’Brien’s at Universal CityWalk
CityWalk’s infamous recreation of the New Orleans hot spot is hosting a high energy St. Patspecialrick’s Day celebration from 2 PM to 2 AM on Sunday, March 17. The festivities include performances by Celtic rock band Off Kilter, dueling pianos, traditional Irish cuisine, specialty cocktails and so much more! Entrance to this event is free from 2 PM to 7 PM, but after 7 PM it goes up to $12 per person with a valid photo ID (only guests who are 21 or older will be permitted). VIP access can be purchased for $20 after 7 PM and includes access to the Briar Suite which features a private bar, small bites of Irish cuisine, and balcony access from 4 PM – 2 AM.
5. BB King’s Blues Club at Pointe Orlando
At BB King’s Blues Club, you can celebrate the lucky holiday with dinner and drink specials on March 17 from 3 PM to 1 PM. Enjoy a traditional Irish dinner of roasted corned beef with carrots, cabbage and potatoes for $18.99 per person (plus tax) and get great deals on drinks including $4 green draft beer, $5 Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey, and $6 Irish car bombs. You can make reservations for dinner here.