St. Patrick’s Day on the Upper West Side

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

If you are watching the parade from the Central Park side of Fifth Ave., you might want to walk through the park to avoid some of the east side mayhem, and instead visit an upper west side establishment. Here are some recommendations…

In the W. 70s:
St. Patrick’s Day at P.D. O’Hurley’s
Visit our friend, Dubliner Paul Hurley
P.D. O’Hurley’s
174 W. 72nd St.
(between Columbus & Broadway)
New York, NY
(212) 873-1900
In the W. 80s:

St. Patrick’s Day at The Parlour
Say hello to our friend John Kelly
Doors open at 9am Irish breakfast served
The Parlour’s unique full menu available all day
9am: Celtic Supporters gather to march in 5th Ave parade
4pm: Live Direct from Athenry: Gabriel Donahue Band
9pm: Live till late! U2 Tribute Band
The Parlour
250 W. 86th St. (Broadway)
New York, NY
(212) 580- 8923

St. Patrick’s Day at Soldier McGee’s
$3 Bud Light 16oz green bottles
Soldier McGee’s Tavern
480 Amsterdam Ave. (83rd St.)
New York, NY
(212) 579-4299

In the W. 90s:
The Dive Bar will be having its 20th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party
with Live Music, a Great Gaelic Menu and Good Times
Stop in and say hi to our friend Lee and have a beer with him, they have an excellent selection of craft ales.
Dive Bar
732 Amsterdam Ave.
(between 95th & 96th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 749-4358

and in the W. 100s:

Amsterdam 106 celebrates its first Annual St. Patrick’s Day
Happy Hour all day long.
Corned Beef and Cabbage Special:
when you buy a corned beef sandwich or platter and get your choice of any domestic tap beer for free. Drink specials and give a ways all day while supplies last.
Amsterdam 106
938 Amsterdam Ave. (W. 106th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 280-8070

The Village Pourhouse presents…
A Toast to the Irish

The Irish have created some of the best toasts you can find, ones that make you think then laugh out loud in agreement. The Village Pourhouse will be serving all day, playing the original sounds They will host a Limerick recital, so bring your favorite Limerick, recite it over the microphone, and have a beer on the House.
$3 Pint-O-Green
$5 Pints of Guinness
$6 car bombs
$12 For a Guinness and a shot of Jameson
Village Pourhouse
982 Amsterdam Ave.
(between 108th & 109th St.)
New York, NY
(212) 979-BEER

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