St. Patrick's Day In Dublin

St. Patrick's Day comes but once a year, and when Dublin celebrates this patriotic holiday, they go hard. That means starting the day with a proper Irish breakfast, covering yourself in as much green as possible and drinking an unholy amount of Guinness. It's not all about partying at the parade though, as plenty of pubs, bars and venues are hosting gatherings across the city. From knocking back pints in Temple Bar to dancing all night at the Storehouse rooftop, Dublin is bursting with St. Patrick's Day events you won't want to miss. 

Last updated on 6th February 2020




Grogan's is a cosy nook that's tucked away from the madness of the parade, but close enough for a pint or two before braving the crowds. The historic Grafton Street pub not only offers a place to relax, but it's got a menu of delicious Irish plates to fill you up before heading out.

The Long Hall Pub is one of Dublin's oldest and most famous pubs, so it would seem somewhat natural to revel in St. Patrick's Day cheer within its signature red walls. Not in the mood for chugging pints of Guinness? No worries, there's a whole load of whiskies waiting to be explored. 

St. Paddy's Day festivities simply would not be complete without a trip to Temple Bar. An iconic staple in Dublin's nightlife scene, it comes to life when the street party is over and everyone piles in for a drink, dance and dash of debauchery to round everything off nicely.