St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow! How are you celebrating? Below, you’ll find our roundup of holiday specials to help you get the most out of this annual drinking occasion. Please note that the specials are subject to change, so contact the venue beforehand to confirm any details. Cheers!
For St. Patrick’s Day, The Anderson will serve up a number of specials. Guests can enjoy $9 Irish coffee martinis all night long as well as $5 Irish whiskey shots and $4 Guinness during late-night happy (2 a.m. to 4 a.m.). There will also be late-night food specials such as $12 Anderson patty melts and $10 mini empanadas.
End your St.Patrick’s Day weekend with a bang! Join Bagatelle on Sunday March 19th, from noon to 6 p.m., for a themed brunch that even the leprechauns wouldn’t want to miss. For table reservations, please email miamireservations@bistrotbagat
How lucky do you get on a night out? Head over to Bitter Truth this St. Patrick’s Day and test your luck. Tap into your inner Irish with the help of some Green Beer, Guiness and Irish Car Bombs. Make sure to wear some green to save some green. Your first green beer is on the house with your Eventbrite RSVP.
For this special day, the friendly bartenders of Bitter Truth have concocted the ultimate Irish Vacation, a green drink featuring Jameson swizzled with fresh cucumber, honey, lemon, Peychaud’s bitters and topped with a medley of flaming herbs. And if you’re feeling the Irish boost of confidence, grab the person next to you and dance the night away to live music from 7:30 – 10:30 PM. For our fancy friends, $5 Tullamore Few Irish Whiskey will be available all night long.
To RSVP for the event, click here.
Shenanigans will ensue at Brasserie Azur as revelers enjoy $1 oysters, $3 draft beer, $4 wines, $5 craft cocktails, and $6 Midtown Irish coffee, as they try their best Irish step dancing to party vibes by the venue’s resident DJ. The happy hour special will be available from 5 PM to 9 PM.
Brimstone Woodfire Grill
Feeling lucky? St. Patrick’s Day enthusiasts won’t want to miss a special guest appearance by Brimstone Woodfire Grill’s guest leprechaun, gogo dancers, and live music. Prizes will be given away to the best dressed leprechaun costume. Drink specials include $15 unlimited green beer, $8 Lucky Charm Martini, and $5 shot specials. The party runs from 8 p.m. to close on Friday, March 17. Visit the Facebook Event to RSVP.
For more information, please visit www.brimstonewoodfiregrill.com or call 954-430-2333.
Bourbon Steak at Turnberry Isle Miami
Bourbon Steak will host a St. Pappy’s Day Tasting on March 17 from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event will feature tastings of Pappy Van Winkle’s award-winning bourbons as well as complimentary canapes.
On March 17 and 18, Bourbon Steak will also serve a special holiday dessert for $12: Guinness chocolate cake with Baileys ice cream, whiskey butter sauce and shamrock meringue.
E11EVEN Miami and The ROOFTOP at E11EVEN
There is no better place to party and eat then the ROOFTOP at E11EVEN. Since Saint Patrick’s Day lands on a Friday, the ROOFTOP at E11EVEN is offering a special St. Patrick’s Day Three-Course Menu, which includes one cocktail or glass of red or white wine.
Guests can also enjoy $3 Jameson Shots from 10:00 p.m to 12:00 a.m. Some specialty dishes being served are Irish Seafood Chowder, Beer Braised Corned Beef and Cabbage, Oven Roasted Whiskey Salmon and a Bailey’s Irish Cream Topped Brownie. The party continues downstairs at E11EVEN where they will have an open bar from 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. so guests can enjoy Jameson Shots and Green Beer on draft.
Gin + Collins
Forget green beer this year and opt for a craft St. Patrick’s Day cocktail at Miami Beach’s gin lounge Gin + Collins (2912 Collins Avenue). Head Bartender Nikos Mantzaridis is mixing up The Green Gremlin which combines Botanist Gin with green chartreuse (giving the cocktail its fitting name for the holiday), rosemary syrup, basil and Fever-Tree Tonic ($11).
The Irish Whiskey-based Emerald Bay unites Jameson, apple liqueur, ginger syrup, mint and is finished with M.I.A. Beer Company’s Golden Ale Beer and cilantro made to look like a three-leaf clover ($12).
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Gulfstream Park’s $2 Beer Crawl. Guests over the age of 21 can pick up a drink passport at Champions Plaza to enjoy a select $2 beer at the following participating restaurants:
- III Forks
- Cantina Laredo
- Frankey’s Sports Bar
- Martini Bar
- Mijana Lebanese Cuisine
- ROK:BRGR Burger Bar + Gastropub
Gulfstream Park’s weekly Family Fun Fridays will also kick-off at 7 p.m. in Champions Plaza, featuring an interactive DJ plus free Shamrock face painting for the kids. The festivities will include giveaways while supplies last. For more information, visit www.gulfstreampark.com/StPatricksDay.
Level One will feature $3 draft beers starting at 3PM until the venue closes, and will also feature their one day only Pot of Gold cocktail which is made up on absinthe, Jameson Irish Whiskey, lemon clover syrup and gold flakes, in celebration of St. Paddy’s.
Providores & Publicans
This new Brickell hot spot is ready to show off its “publican” side! Get your Irish on and sip on Providores & Publicans’ Grow House cocktail for St. Patrick’s day (or any day)! This refreshing and earthy green drink is made with lemon juice, cucumber, jalapeño, basil, St. Germain Hendricks Gin and Proseco Float.
Ricky’s South Beach
This St. Patrick’s Day, you won’t have to go to the end of the rainbow to find your pot o’ gold — Ricky’s South Beach has you covered. Expect live music (think Dropkick Murphys), $5 Jameson shots and green beer specials. There will also be a Leprechauns Cup beer pong tournament, where you can try your “Luck of the Irish” and enter for a chance to win a $200 bar tab!
South Pointe Tavern
Spending St. Patrick’s Day on Miami Beach? Then head on over to South Pointe Tavern for whiskey specials and cocktails all night long, including Irish Whiskey Flights featuring Tullamore D.E.W., Jameson, Redbreast and Teelings Whiskey. Cheers!
Nothing says Saint Patrick’s like green libations, and the milkshakes at Spring Chicken this Friday will be no exception! Introducing a limited edition handspun shake, the Lucky Mint Chocolate Chip shake pays tribute to the Luck of the Irish in Coral Gables and Fort Lauderdale locations, one day only. ($6.95)
St. Pat’s Wynwood
After attracting nearly 20,000 guests in 2016, South Florida’s largest St. Patrick’s Day celebration returns to Wynwood for a second year in a row. St Pat’s Wynwood, presented by Jameson Irish Whiskey, encourages Irish lovers, party goers and green beer drinkers to bust out their favorite green fashion ensembles and party on the streets of Wynwood. The block party is free and open to the pubic during Miami’s busiest week, Miami Music Week.
Expect Miami’s finest DJs, green beer, arts ‘n’ crafts, street art and over 20 food trucks. For the Irish beer lovers, get lucky at the pop-up green beer garden — drink with an Irish or kiss one for good luck! Guests are guaranteed to party in true Irish fashion with the help of Jameson Irish Whiskey.
The lively experience gets even better with the Green Party Package + Beer & Shot. Available for purchase online, the party package includes (1) party hat, (1) Irish Green Necklace, (1) green light-up foam stick, (1) FREE beer and (1) FREE shot. Jameson drink specials will also be made available.
The celebration takes place March 17, 2017 from 4 p.m. to 3 a.m. at 2250 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127. For more information, visit http://stpatswynwood.com/.
On Friday, March 17th, acclaimed neighborhood bar Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Co. will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Laura Cullen and the legendary team behind Miami’s late beloved Irish bar – Clarke’s. In celebration of the holiday, the long-time neighborhood pub will return to South Beach for one night only with a special live performance by Brendan O’Hara featuring bag pipers and tap dancers for the ultimate Irish celebration.
Complemented by delicious traditional Irish fare, guests are invited to indulge in some of Clarke’s signature dishes including Irish spring rolls, Corn Beef and Cabbage, and of course, Clarke’s infamous Fish and Chips dish that will be offered at Sweet Liberty as soon as doors open at 3pm. What’s more? Those looking to kick back a few cold ones can stop by the Guinness stand, which will be on site engraving names on a Guinness pint glass for guests to take home with them. Don your best green gear and head to Sweet Liberty to bask in the Irish pride!