St. Patrick’s Day 2018: Our favorite Irish pubs in Palm Beach County


What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than hanging out in a real Irish pub. And the ones on our list have some fun, festive St. Patrick’s Day parties planned.

Here are five of our favorite Irish pubs in Palm Beach County:

Paddy Mac’s Restaurant

There’s a warm, inviting, neighborhood feel to this popular Irish pub in Palm Beach Gardens. The restaurant/bar offers indoor and outdoor seating and live music.

St. Patrick’s Day festivities are planned all day with live bands throughout the day. There will be an extra bar/tent set up outside and a special menu offered. Ooh, and prizes and swag. Getcha some!

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Paddy Mac’s: 10971 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens; 561-691-4366.

O’Shea’s Irish Pub

This pub has been a staple in downtown West Palm Beach for more than 24 years.

O’Shea’s will be shutting down the 500 block of Clematis on St. Patrick’s Day for their annual party. Expect bagpipers, Irish Dancers with Gaelic Brew from Ireland, a beer garden, a Kids Zone and of course traditional Irish grub. Check out the pics from last year.

O’Shea’s Irish Pub: 531 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561-833-3865.

The Dubliner

A very nice pub with a large beer selection, located on the west end of Mizner Park, with flat-screen TVs and a large wooden bar along one wall.

St. Patrick’s Day festivities include a block party featuring a traditional Irish buffet (complete with house-cured corn beef, Shepherd’s pie and bangers & mash), Irish cloggers and bagpipers. Plus live music by the U2 tribute band, Someday Radio. There’s also fun for the kids with face painting, magicians and leprechauns! The party starts at 11 a.m. and goes till 2 a.m.

The Dubliner Irish Pub: 435 Plaza Real Mizner Park, Boca Raton; 561-620-2540.

McCarthy’s Pub

 

St. Patrick’s Day party at this popular Tequesta pub will include live music from Hugh O’Neil starting at 3 p.m., but feel free to get there early. Lunch starts at 11:30, and you can fill up on corned beef and cabbage throughout the celebration.

McCarthy’s Pub: 518 N. US 1, Tequesta; 561-320-9806.

Brogues Downunder

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Friday, March 16 to Sunday March 18 at Brogues Downunder in downtown Lake Worth. The three-day event will run each day during business hours. They’ll have live music, bounce houses for kids on “K” street and a pop corn machine.

Brogues Downunder: 621 Lake Ave., Lake Worth; 561-585-1885

Tim Finnegan’s Irish Pub

This family owned pub offers authentic Irish food in a comfortable, authentic setting. 

The pub’s St. Patrick’s Day party starts with an Irish breakfast from 9 to 11 a.m. The party continues with music by Kathy and Andreas Durkin at 2 p.m. Also featured is Irish step dancing and more live music from Bangers n’ Mash.

Tim Finnegan’s Irish Pub: 2885 S. Federal Hwy., Delray Beach; 561-330-3153.

This story was originally published in March 2017 and updated in March 2018 with new dates and information.

 


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