Five Hot Spots for St. Patrick’s Day

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The spring is rapidly approaching; meaning one of the most decorated holidays is coming up, St. Patrick’s Day. With the heavily saturated Irish-American population in New York, there is no better way to celebrate St. Patty’s, than to go to the remarkable St. Patrick’s Day Parade. But after the parade, many people head to the wrong establishments. Let’s face it; St. Patrick’s Day is the one day everyone agrees to drink together from day break to the day’s end. This year, why don’t you change things up a bit, and celebrate the great Irish heritage by visiting some of the best Irish pub/restaurants in New York!

Landmark Tavern

Located at 626 11th Avenue in Manhattan, you can find the arguably most authentic Irish taverns in America. The Landmark Tavern was opened in 1868 and had three huge floors. During the times of Prohibition, the third floor was used as a speakeasy (a place where people would get together and alcohol was distributed illegally). This spot is the perfect place to get a hearty plate of corned beef and cabbage and soak in the awesome ambience.

O’Neill’s  (Maspeth)

In the quiet town of Maspeth lays an amazing eatery. O’Neill’s Restaurant and Pub can be found on the corner of 53rd Drive in Maspeth, New York. It boasts an extremely high reputation and known for their rowdy atmosphere and proud Irish spirit. They’re also famous for their great Irish soda-bread and delicious chicken wings. O’Neill’s is a great spot to spend some of your St. Patrick’s Day and will not disappoint.

Katie Daly’s Restaurant (5705 Massapequa, NY)

When entering this establishment, you’ll get a comfortable, warm feeling. Katie Daly’s restaurant screams “home” with the old Irish décor. The dining experience is like no other, the food is fresh and the waiters are extremely helpful. Its Shepherd’s pie is a reason enough to spend your St. Patrick’s Day there.

Grafton Street Pub (1261 Veterans Highway Hauppauge, NY)

Right off Veterans Highway in Hauppauge, New York, Grafton Street Pub is another establishment you can spend your St. Patty’s Day. They have a large selection of signature drinks, as well as their hearty menu. They also have events that take place at the restaurant such as karaoke nights and happy hour. There’ll definitely be a live scene on the day of St. Patrick’s.

Declan Quinn’s (227 4th Avenue, Bay Shore, NY 11706)

The last stop on our St. Patty’s Day restaurant crawl is Declan Quinn’s. A restaurant with rustic décor; it’s a great place to hang out and grab a home-styled Irish dish.  The hardwood floors and white table-cloths bring wonderful touch to the restaurant. And yet another incredible spot to spend your day!

So get in the Green spirit. Start planning your St. Patty’s Day and always remember to be safe!

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