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THE BEST PLACES TO GO & THINGS TO DO IN LA TO CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK’S DAY

[Photo cred: Casey’s Irish Pub via Instagram]

Don’t you just love holidays that don’t actually mean anything (to you), yet, are still SO. FUN. to celebrate? I do, I do!

 

St. Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays for me. Technically, the “Day of the Festival of Patrick”, is a cultural and religious celebration held on March 17, marking the traditional death date of Saint Patrick ( c. AD 385–461), the foremost patron saint of Ireland. It really involves celebrating the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and the heritage and culture of Irish in general. 

 

Because Los Angeles likes to be included in all of these celebrations, I’ve noted the best things happening for your entertaining pleasure, in order of when (so you can hit as many as possible, of course). 

 

[Photo cred: Casey’s Irish Pub via Instagram]

 

March, 17, 2018

 

6am – 2am

Casey’s Irish Pub St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival in DTLA has this ALL DAY. With beer, music and food – four blocks of DTLA will be closed off specifically for this event.

 

8am

If you don’t start your morning off with a beer, then you might start it out with the St. Patrick’s Day 5K in Redondo Beach. It’s nice to get a little work out in before the celebration.

 

11am

Hermosa Beach’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will commence. Over 100 local businesses will get together for this seven block parade that exudes the fabulous Irish sprit.

 

All day

If drinking isn’t necessarily your thing, then make your way to the Grove and West Hollywood’s Original Farmer’s Market St. Patrick’s Day celebration. There will be authentic Irish good, green beer and Irish Folk Band’s all day long. 

 

Also all day, for a more mellow drinker, Angel City Brewery in DTLA / Alosta Brewing Co in Covina will have all day celebrations as well that include green beer, festive music and delicious foods. 

 

Enjoy your celebrations! 

One Response to THE BEST PLACES TO GO & THINGS TO DO IN LA TO CELEBRATE ST. PATRICK’S DAY

  1. Gotta check out those places! Thanks for sharing this info!

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