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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Twin Cities

Events, Family, Kids, MN, Twin Cities

Whether you have the luck of the Irish in you or not, EVERYONE is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is fun for the whole family in the Twin Cities. We put together a list of family friendly events and adult friendly events to live it up during this happy-go-lucky holiday.

Grumpy’s Bar & Grill | March 13-26

Grumpy's Bar & Grill Weekly Specials

Grumpy’s Bar & Grill in Roseville will be in the Irish spirit ALL WEEK with their weekly specials highlighting Irish fare. They have you covered on an Irish breakfast, lunch and dinner… and obviously beer!

Irish Heritage Weekend | James J. Hill House | March 17-18

James J. Hill House

(James J. Hill House Website)

James J. Hill House celebrates one of the most influential families of the Gilded Age during Irish Heritage Weekend. Partake in Irish themed tours and hear stories of the Hills to learn more about the history of Irish-Americans in Minnesota. Admission: $10 adults | $8 seniors/college students | $6 ages 5-17 | Free for ages 4 and under.

Lucky’s 13 Pub | March 17

Lucky's 13 Pub St Patty's Day

It’s an all day St. Patrick’s Day party at Lucky’s 13 Pub in Roseville! They will have food and drink specials and music playing with a live DJ from 4pm-8pm. I mean, they have lucky in their restaurant name… it’s a must-stop on St. Patty’s Day!

Saint Paul St. Patrick’s Day Parade | March 17

223 ctp saint pattys parade

(Pioneer Press: Chris Polydoroff)

Celebrate 50 years of the Saint Paul St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Line the streets of the parade route [begins at Mears Park, up 5th Street & ends at Rice Park] for a fantastic view of the parade — begins at noon. Admission is FREE.

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration | Landmark Center | March 17

Landmark Center Irish Celebrations

(Landmark Center Website)

St. Patrick’s Day Irish Celebration is back at the Landmark Center in Saint Paul from 10am-5pm. Featuring Irish entertainment, Irish dance, Celtic vendors, Irish cuisine, and children’s crafts and entertainment, this is the place to be for family fun before and after the parade. Admission: $6 adults | $4 kids 5-12.

Old Chicago | March

Old Chicago St Patrick's Day

For a limited time at Old Chicago you can order some of their traditional menu items with an Irish twist. From Dublin Pretzel Pieces to Reuben Pizza to Irish Nachos… how could you go wrong? Also, try their St. Patrick’s Mini Tourof exclusive St. Patrick’s Day beers that’s happening now through March 19th. 

 Minneapolis St. Patrick’s Day Parade | March 17

St Patrick's Day Minneapolis

(CityPages: Rachelle Carlson)

See two parades on St. Patrick’s Day by heading to the Minneapolis St. Patrick’s Day Parade after the Saint Paul parade. Starting at Marquette Ave & 11th the parade will continue until 5th Street. Make sure to get your spot before 7:30pm when the parade will begin! Admission is FREE.

Giga Release Party | Bent Brewstillery | March 17

Giga Release Party | Bent Brewstillery

Join Bent Brewstillery on St. Patrick’s Day for the release of our latest seasonal IPA. GÏGA LÜPIN – TRIPLE IPA! Also on tap will be a limited release Nitro Red Irish Stout and Grumpy Claude will be serving up some Irish nosh. Taps start flowing at 2:30pm!


Interested in what else is happening the week of St. Patrick’s Day in the Twin Cities metro? That’s what our calendar of events is for! Planning on having a few green drinks during the holiday celebration? Book a hotel room in Roseville; only 10 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and Saint Paul.