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Celebrating St. Patrick's Day in Las Vegas

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 15, 2016 11:11:00 AM

You don't have to bThe_LINQ_osheas_kabik-743.jpge in Ireland to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. While parties and parades will be huge in places like New York and Chicago, Las Vegas has a few big events that rival any city in the United States.



O'Sheas Irish pub will host a massive block party on the outdoor promenade. It kicks off with a parade at noon, with bagpipes, leprechauns and stilt walkers. Live music will play inside the bar while a drum line performs live outside at 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Specials will be offered from LINQ favorites like Chayo, Yard House and ameriCAN.


New York-New York

The casino may be modeled after the Big Apple, but it's annual Celtic Feis celebration is one of the biggest and best you'll find anywhere in Las Vegas. It lasts three days (March 17-19). Highlights include a noon parade on St. Patrick's Day and live music outside the Nine Fine Irishmen pub near the Brooklyn Bridge replica. There will be drink specials each day and festive food like the Irish nachos, shepherd’s pie, Irish bangers and corned beef and cabbage.



This restaurant inside the MGM Grand is a fun dinner spot that will turn the energy up even higher for St. Patrick's Day. A menu of traditional Irish pub grub will be served up, with corned beef, cabbage and soda bread or brown ale lamb stew with fingerling potatoes and baby carrots. The night will be hosted by bartender and "funologist" John O'Donnell, who is has become a celebrity in his native Ireland, thanks in part to his friendship with party buddy and UFC champ Conor McGregor.


Grand Bazaar Shops

The outdoor shopping district in front of Bally's will throw a day-long bash beginning at 11 a.m. Free photos will be offered while a leprechaun hands out beads and other fun party wear. If you're looking for some green beer, the just-opened Island Time Floats will serve your first Anchor Steam for just $1 in a souvenir mug while Fuel Bar offers two-for-one drinks. Both deals are noon-11 p.m. with a minimum purchase of $25 at one of the shops.


Photo: Ri Ra Irish Pub

Ri Ra Irish Pub

Located inside the Shoppes at Mandalay Place, this authentic Irish pub was built with restored artifacts from vintage watering holes in Ireland. Its St. Patrick's Day celebration lasts for four days (March 16-19) and features live music, giveaways and authentic Irish cuisine. You can also sample some rare Irish whiskeys, including a Knappogue Vintage 1951 that is sold at $350 a serving.


The Venetian

There will be no shortage of places serving green beer. They include Table 10 and Public House, which has also put together a dinner of corned beef, cabbage, beer-braised carrots and pee wee potatoes with an IPA-grain mustard sauce.


Pizza Rock

The Green Valley Ranch location will serve a special St. Patty's Day Pizza for two. It's made with honey malted Guinness dough, house made mozzarella, beer sausage, caramelized onions, fontina, green onions, crushed red peppers, beer salt and a sweet Guinness reduction.


Tilted Kilt

To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, the sports pub is serving Irish-themed dishes all month along. They include the Hooley Dip, mixed with corned beef, sour cream, cheese and horseradish and the Olde Dublin Irish Stew of tender pot roast, red potatoes, carrots, celery, onions and peas slow-cooked in a hearty Guinness beef stock.



Wolfgang Puck's original Las Vegas restaurant is serving two special dishes in honor of the Irish occasion. Enjoy the country style potato and leek soup with crème fraiche, beer sausage and watercress or the prime corned beef and cabbage with red bliss potatoes, horseradish and whole grain mustard.

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