Post St. Patrick’s Day Parade Suggestions on the Upper East Side

#20 in our month-long series of St. Patrick’s Day events:

St. Patrick’s Day on the Upper East Side
New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts on 44th St. and goes up Fifth Ave. to 86th St.
The bars on the upper east side fill up early, as bus loads of marchers end up here after the parade. Every pub will be filled with pipers, fireman, parade marchers and attendees, locals and visitors, and the people that love to party with them.

Here are some of our suggestions:

In the E. 60s:
St. Patrick’s Day at O’Flanagan’s
O’Flanagan’s has long been a popular post-parade destination, with live music all day and all night.
Johnny Murphy & the Clubmen perform Irish favorites by day, while Spoiled Rotten will keep the action going with dance tunes & party rock at night.
1215 First Ave.
(between 65th & 66th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 439-0660
St. Patrick’s Day at Phoenix Park

The Stenson brothers have been drinking consultants since opening Phoenix Park in 1998. They now own four establishments in Manhattan: Three on the upper east side and one in The Village. Named for the “Central Park” of Dublin, Phoenix Park, their first, will be ready to host parade goers as they make their way east.
Phoenix Park
206 E. 67th St.
(between Second & Third Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 717-8181

See also the Stenson’s other 2 UES bars further north:
Jack Russell’s
1591 Second Ave.
(between 82nd & 83rd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 472-2800

and The East End Tavern:
East End Tavern
1589 First Ave.
(between 82nd & 83rd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 249-5960

In the E. 70s…
St. Patrick’s Day at The Banshee Pub
The Banshee is named for a female spirit in Irish mythology. They pour an excellent pint of Guinness and will have bagpipers popping in during the day & night
The Banshee Pub

1373 First Ave.
(between 73rd & 74th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 717-8177

In the E. 80s
Banshee Pub owners Gene Lennon & Billy Ferguson also own two other great Irish pubs on the upper east side. All three of their pubs are known for the excellent hospitality of the Irish bartenders, as well as the owners themselves. The other two pubs are The Gael Pub (their newest and largest), and Trinity Pub the original. The Gael usually hosts a pub quiz on Tuesdays, but it will be held on Wednesday this week because of the holiday. The Gael also presents U2 tribute Band 2U this Saturday, March 21.

The Gael Pub
1465 Third Ave.
(between 82nd & 83rd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 517-4141
Trinity Pub
229 E. 84th St.
(bet. Second & Third Ave.)
New York, NY
(212) 327-4450

The East End Bar & Grill will be open for breakfast, and the party will go on all night…
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Kickoff
Kegs n’ Eggs
at The East End Bar & Grill
Kegs n’ Eggs starts at 10am until 2pm
The Ultimate St. Patrick`s Day Pre-game & After parade Party
$20 Wristband gets you unlimited bud light drafts and all the eggs you can eat. The wristband also lets you get:
5$ Jameson Shots
4$ Guinness Pints

The East End

1664 First Ave.
(between 86th & 87th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 348-3783

St. Patrick’s Day Party at Saloon
Drink specials & giveaways all day
with DJ, bagpipers & live music
1584 York Ave. (between 83rd & 84th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 570-5454
St. Patrick’s Day at Mad River
Doors open at 10am
$3 Bud Light Drafts
$6 Car Bombs
Free T-shirt giveaways
Live DJ
Mad River Bar
1442 Third Ave. (bet. 81st & 82nd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 988-1832

St. Patrick’s Day at Dylan Murphy’s
Dylan Murphy’s, a new addition to the upper east side’s Irish pub scene will be celebrating their first St. Patrick’s Day. Owners Blake Dillon & Jack Murphy are both veteran Irish bartenders that provide the kind of hospitality for which the Irish are world famous.

Dylan Murphy’s
1453 Third Ave.
(bet. 82nd & 83rd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 988-9431

From the new kid on the block we go to the established veteran.
St. Patrick’s Day at Dorrian’s
Dorrian’s has been throwing the St. Patrick’s Day parties on the upper east side for 5 decades. They will be serving Ham & Cabbage on the menu and Guinness on draft. Visiting Dorrian’s alumni, many of NYC’s Bravest & Finest, and authentic Irish bands are known to visit.
1616 Second Ave. (84th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 772-6660

St. Patrick’s Day at Rathbone’s
Rathbone’s is another upper east side neighborhood veteran, in business over 30 year.
It has a tradition as a post-parade meeting spot for many marchers over the years.

1702 Second Ave.
(between 88th & 89th St.)
(212) 369-7361

See also:
Marty O’Brien’s: 1696 Second Ave. (between 87th & 88th St.)
Swig: 1629 Second Ave. (between 84th & 85th St.)
Genesis: 1708 Second Ave. (between 88th & 89th St.)
Although the parade ends at E. 86th Street, the parties extend well in to the 90s...
St. Patrick’s Day in the E. 90s

St. Patrick’s Day Party Gras Celebration
at The Big Easy
Done Mardi Gras style
Doors open at 11am
3 for 1 Bud Lights ALL Day
$4 Jameson Shots
Drink Specials all day
The Big Easy
1768 Second Ave.
(between 92nd & 93rd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 348-0879
St. Patrick’s Day at Merrion Square
For a touch of Dublin in the heart of NYC, visit our friend Karl
Merrion Square
1840 Second Ave. (95th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 831-7696

Other Irish pubs in the 90s:
Kinsale Tavern: 1672 Third Ave. (between 93rd & 94th St.)
Crowe’s Nest: 1804 Second Ave (between 93rd & 94th St.)

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