St. Patrick’s Day Events in Ann Arbor

. March 12, 2019.

St. Patrick’s Day Weekend Drink Specials

Wild Poke, 413 E. Huron St. eatwildpoke.com
March 16 and 17. Opens 11am.

You’ve tried green beer, but have you tried green sake? Get wild on St. Pattys with $7 green sake, $2 Buds/Bud Light along with $2 off all drinks, like soju, makegoli, martinis and more.

HopCat A2, 311 Maynard St. hopcat.com/ann-arbor
March 15, 16 and 17. Opens 11am.
Start on Friday for the long holiday weekend of drink specials, including Smithwicks, Harp, and Guinness getting tapped on Friday to kick off the weekend’s festivities. A variety of holiday food items, like Reuben Rolls or Corned Beef will be offered this weekend only.

Ashley’s, 338 S. State St. ashleys.com
March 15,16 and 17. Open 11:30am.
Ashleys releases their holiday drinks specials day by day, greened on Sunday only until supplies last. Irish drink favorites, Car Bombs or Tito’s Fuzzy Leprechauns, to start off on Friday. The weekend brings $3 green jello shots, Guinness pints, Green Wolverine lagers and much more.

Saturday March 16th

St. Patrick’s Day Pre-Party

Noon. $5. The Circ Bar, 201 S. 1st St. thecircbar.com
“May you have food and raiment, a soft pillow for your head. May you be forty years in heaven before the devil knows you’re dead.” Join this all day long Irish celebration full of DJs, Irish Dancers, and karaoke. Free Irish buffet full of shepards pie, corned beef, cabbage rolls, apple dunk cake and the drinks! So many drink specials. Starts again tomorrow (3/17) at 7am.

Irish Dancing @ Lucky’s Market

1pm-1:30pm. Lucky’s Market, 1919 S. Industrial Hwy. luckysmarket.com/ann-arbor Free
Stop by to see Irish Dancing with O’Kennedy Irish Dance Academy, and get your taste of the Irish throughout the store with its sampling celebration.

Irish Dancing @ Arbor Brewing Company

2pm-2:30pm. Arbor Brewing Company, 114 E. Washington St. arborbrewing.com Free
Start off the festivities with the O’Kennedy Irish Step Dancers performance at 1pm. St. Patty’s Day cocktails and plenty of beer will be available. Y-Town Hoolies will play on 3/17 at 7pm-11pm.

Lucky’s St. Patrick’s Day Crawl – Ann Arbor

4pm-midnight. $15-25. Bar Louie, 401 E. Liberty St. crawlwith.us/annarbor
Get lucky with a ticket that buys you two drinks or shots, half a dozen plus venues, food and drink specials and a “crazy after party” full of contests, prizes and more. Check in for the crawl at Bar Louie between 4-6pm.

St. Patrick’s Weekend in the Irish Hills

6pm-10pm. Blue Skies Brewery, 12000 Pentecost Hwy, Onsted. chateauaeronautiquewinery.com Free
Venture out into the soon to be green Irish Hills to celebrate St. Patty’s Day with live music by Mojo & The Outlaws. Also from 2pm to 6pm on Sunday March 17th featuring Ian Stewart.

St. Patrick’s Day Party

7pm-10pm. Triple Goddess Tasting Room, 93 Ecorse Rd, Ypsilanti. Unityvibrationkombucha.com Free
Have some knee slapping, foot stomping, good ol’ fashioned fun with Colin Murphy and Anna Lee’s Co. There will be shenanigan & tomfoolery, games & giveaways! Can’t wait to see y’all there!

Sunday March 17th

St. Patrick’s at Circ

7am. $5. The Circ Bar, 201 S. 1st St. thecircbar.com
Bands start as early as 8am with rotating DJs after the band, as well as a visit from Irish Dancers in the morning. Free Irish food buffet all day long, and don’t forget the drink specials, like green beer, swag and/or shots from Jameson.

St. Patrick’s Day at Aubree’s Depot Town

11am. Aubree’s Pizzeria & Grill, 39 E. Cross St, Ypsilanti. aubrees.com Free
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Aubree’s Depot Town! Try some great food specials, including a special Irish Stew and Corned Beef! Plus, drink Faricy’s Irish Stout, Irish Car Bombs, Tullamore Dew and much more! And of course the green beer will be flowing!

Shamrock Barre Code Class @ Ann Arbor Distillery

12:30pm-1:30pm. Ann Arbor Distilling Company, 220 Felch St. annarbordistilling.com Free
Celebrate with a free Brawl class full of cardio kickboxing sequences with active recovery incorporating technique work, mobility and strength. Then enjoy specialty drinks in the tasting room along with door prizes. Don’t forget to wear green! Sign up is required. RSVP to annarbor@thebarrecode.com to reserve a spot.

St. Patrick’s Day Sober Skate and Pizza Party

5pm-6:20pm. Yost Ice Arena, 1116 S. State St. uhs.umich.edu/sober-skate Free
Sponsored by U-M Collegiate Recovery Program in partnership with WCC’s Recovery Program and EMU’s Students for Recovery. Come join this fun, sober experience with others while ice skating and enjoying pizza!

34th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Irish Fest

2pm-5pm. $10 donation. The Hellenic Cultural Center, 36375 Joy Rd., Westland. Eventbrite.com
Award winning Irish musicians will play flute, fiddle, banjo and guitar as well as singers, dancers and more. Food including corned beef and cabbage will be available for purchase throughout the day as well as a cash bar. Kids under 12 are free.

St. Patrick’s Cinema: Leprechaun and Rawhead Rex

7pm-midnight. 8 Ball Saloon, 208 S. 1st St. blindpigmusic.com/8-ball Free
This weekly Sunday movie night at the 8 Ball features holiday film favorites, Rawhead Rex (1986) at 7:30pm and the St. Patrick’s Day must-see original Leprechaun (1993) at 10pm.

St. Patrick’s Day Trivia: Hosted by “Geeks who Drink”

4pm-6pm. Townies Brewery, 2350 W. Liberty.
townies-brewery.business.site Free

Do you have the “Luck of the Irish”? Find out and get your chance to win ($25 gift card to the 1st place tem and $15 for the 2nd). Featuring $5 pints all day long and Ron’s homemade pasties.

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