Looking for THE St. Patrick’s Day Party? You can just stop by any old bar or tavern on St. Patrick’s Day and usually it’s a Party. But if you are looking for the real action with live music, dancing, festivities and good food, you need to know all the Irish pubs in Dayton, right? This is the only place that lists the Irish pubs in our area where you can expect action on St. Patrick’s Day weekend! Yeah, everybody wants a piece of the pie on St. Patrick’s day but this is where it’s really going down:
Arguably the biggest St. Patrick’s bash in Dayton with live music tent and lots of events. If you are looking for THE PLACE then I suggest you visit the Dublin Pub. Saturday and Sunday will be crazy.
Cover: $10 admission or $50 VIP admission to tent with “Stranger”
St. Patty’s Day 2-Day Party at The Irish Club of Dayton
Looking for big and authentic? One of the best 2 day Irish parties in the Miami Valley with live music Irish Stew plus food and drinks specials all night long. What better place to be, than an Irish Club hosted event? Best of all admission is FREE.
Location: Irish Banquet Hall: 6555 Dog Leg Rd, Dayton, OH 45414
Cover: No cover charge!
Want to celebrate around Kettering? Then Harrigan’s Tavern is the place to be with live music, dancing, events, and an outdoor tent. They are doing a 5K run walk for charity with a $25 – $30 fee that is donated for the benefit.
Cover: $10 after 8am
Flanagan’s Pub (Downtown Dayton)
Another Irish bar and restaurant is offering live bands, beer, dancers. Free shuttle to and from Dublin Pub till midnight for those who want to visit both.
Cover: $10 admission.
O’Conners Irish Pub (Springfield)
In Springfield? You don’t have to travel far, O’Conners Irish Pub is having it’s own St. Patrick’s Day celebration kicks off with live band: Shadowlife.
If you are located in Troy, why travel when you have your very own Irish pub. This place is sure to be rocking.
O’Leary’s Pub & Grub (Centerville)
If you are located in Centerville look no further than O’Leary’s Pub and Grub. It’s the only Irish place in Centerville, so you do the math. No doubt there will be a bash!
Every year, these places are rocking and this year will be no different. If you are looking for the action, this is where it’s going to be on St. Patrick’s Day. Live bands, great food, tents, green beer and lots of happy people. For Pete’s sake: Don’t forget to wear your green!