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Best Bars & Pubs for St Patrick's Day in London

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St Patrick’s Day, Saturday17th March 2018 - Even if you’re not Irish, the communal craic happens only once a year and everyone is invited. There really is no excuse not to release your inner leprechaun, don a silly hat, and sink a few pints of the black stuff. Before deciding which pub is the best pub for Guinness and your fine attempts to become Irish, take a look at this guide to the best bars and pubs in London for St Patrick’s Day.

Image of The Jugged Hare

City of London
Bar
Gastro

Let the shenanigans begin as The Jugged Hare hosts its very own St Patrick?s Day party in collaboration with Guinness. The evening will consist of a five-course meal, with each course being expertly paired with a fine wine from ETM?s Group Sommelier. Guillaume Mahaut. The menu of the evening has been designed and prepared by The Jugged Hare?s Head Chef, Andrew Litchfield. Amongst your meal is a hearty Irish stew, Guinness cake and Bailey's ice cream and so much more. Come on down on Tuesday 17 March at 19:30.

Image of Waxy O'Connor's

West End
Bar
Pub

At Waxy O' Connor's, St Patrick's Day celebrations are never confined to just the one day! Expect a whole week of celebrations to unfold at one of London's favourite Irish bars which kicks off on 12th March with a spot of whiskey tasting and is followed by a variety of events throughout the week. Saturday is the big day live music and of course the Six Nations rugby on the big screens and Sunday rounds off the celebrations with a St Patrick's Day Parade after party and live Irish music.

Image of Howl at the Moon

Shoreditch
Bar
Pub

When it comes to celebrations, The Howl is the place to be ? their legendary St Patrick?s Day party is as authentically Irish as it comes and is always a sold out event. Vibes are laid-back as you like, with its Bostonian-Irish dive bar feel and an emphasis on local community as well as fresh blood - The Howl welcomes both first time drinkers and neighbourhood regulars as old friends.

Image of The Parlour

Canary Wharf
Bar / Restaurant

If you find yourself anywhere near Canary Wharf this St Paddy's Day, then Drake & Morgan's The Parlour is where you'll want to be. Watch the England V Ireland Six Nations Rugby game and knock back the Irish cocktails courtesy of St Jameson's Irish Whiskey. The party continues after the game with live Irish music and there's a great all-day menu to keep those hunger pangs at bay.




Image of Wright Brothers Soho Oyster House

Soho
Bar / Restaurant
Seafood

Head to any Wright Brothers restaurant this St Patrick's Day and take advantage of a great special offer in honour of the day. Two guests ordering a platter of 12 oysters will each receive a complimentary pint of Guinness. Available from 12pm-6pm. To claim, just quote "St Patrick's Day platter" (offer subject to availability, does not included £1 oysters and can only be used once).

Image of Broadleaf London

City of London
Bar / Restaurant
Brasserie

Broadleaf, Bishopsgate's new restaurant, bar and sports lounge, are dishing up a delight this St Patrick's Day with their St Paddy's Day Bottomless Brunch. Tuck into two courses for £35 or three for £40 and enjoy classic Irish dishes such as beef and Guinness stew whilst bottomless drinks include Prosecco, Bloody Mary's, bottles of Heineken, house wine or Black Velvet cocktails (champagne and Guinness). Maximum time two hours on unlimited drinks. You can catch all the Six Nations rugby action there too!

Image of Blind Spot

West End
Bar
Bar

A hidden gem of a bar within St Martin's Lane London, Blind Spot have created a very special cocktail especially for St Patrick's Day. Get into the sprit of the occasion with the "Dublin Ireland" cocktail- a rich concoction of Jameson whiskey, Guinness reduction, apple compote, orange juice and Drambuie. Sounds good doesn't it!

Image of Balthazar

West End
Restaurant
Brasserie

In honour of its New York counterpart and the legendary St Patrick's Day parade held in the city every year, Balthazar London has created a variety of Irish specials in addition to their usual menu, to be served in both the bar and the restaurant from 16th-18th March.

Image of The Ten Bells

City of London
Bar

East London legend The Ten Bells celebrates its Irish heritage with a fantastic St Patrick's Day party planned for 2018. They've got "more craic than an Irish building site" so head on over and dance away to live Irish music, knock back pints of the black nectar and catch Ireland V England in the final round of the Six Nations.

Image of Nordic Bar

Fitzrovia
Bar / Restaurant
Scandinavian

It may read Nordic in the name, but this London bar is as Irish as can be on St Patrick's Day with their fun filled St Paddy's Day bash. There's free shots of Guinness for bookings of over 6, a gold coin toss with prizes to be won and lots more craic along the way.

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