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St. Patrick’s Day Specials and Events Near Raleigh

Best Irish Pubs near Youngsville NC

March is upon us which means St. Patrick’s Day! Whether you are Irish or not St. Patrick’s Day is a great time to get together with friends and enjoy some fish and chips and a few pints of Guinness. There are plenty of pubs in the area to start off your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Grab some green and shamrock themed accessories and go check out these best Irish pubs near the Youngsville, NC area. 

Pat Murnane’s Irish Pub

Hit up this fun pub in Wake Forest and get some friends together and enjoy some pints of beer, hearty Irish food, and fun. Pat Murnane’s Irish pub was built around Irish culture and tradition. This is a great place to relax with friends and experience Irish hospitality.

Hibernian Irish Pub

Step into Hibernian Irish pub and feel as though you have been transported to Ireland itself. Inside features dark wood with cozy nooks and beautiful sculpture. Experience traditional Irish food and atmosphere at this Raleigh bar. Saturday, March 11th they are also hosting a Saint Paddy’s Festival which is free to attend and has food, drinks, Irish music and more.

Tra’Li Irish Pub and Restaurant

This traditional Irish pub and restaurant captures the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of Ireland. They offer a rotating selection of beers on draft, an Irish chef, English Ales and Cider and Irish inspired cocktails. Tra’Li Irish Pub and Restaurant has two locations, Brier Creek and Morrisville so come enjoy some tradition Irish culture.

Saints and Scholars Irish Pub

Saints and Scholars Irish Pub is hosting their St. Patrick’s Day Bash this year. There will be Irish drink specials and an Irish buffet from 11 am to 10 pm. Outside there will be live music from 6-11 pm. Be sure to get here early to grab a good seat. Take a look at their website to see the lineup of musical acts and what is included in their Irish buffet.

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Grab some friends and hit the town to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year. It falls on a Friday so what could be better than that? Enjoy some pints of Irish beer, some local music and of course some hearty and delicious Irish food. Remember to have fun but be responsible.