Top 10 places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day
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Top 10 places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Beach Mirror

With Menu Palace at your fingertips, you have the inside scoop on the best restaurants, pubs and bars in Toronto.

Friday, March 17 is St. Patrick's Day, a day dedicated to honouring Christian missionary Saint Patrick's life and work, to celebrating Irish culture and, for some, to going out and partying! There is no shortage of St. Patrick's Day parties around the city, and Menu Palace has found the best places to celebrate the day for you.

Failte Irish Pub

From the Guinness to the whisky, the atmosphere to the live entertainment, you can immerse yourself in Irish culture at this authentic pub.

Coopers Pub

Skip the plane ticket and head to Mississauga instead to find all of the comforts of Ireland, including traditional Irish fare.

Bollocks Pub & Kitchen

If you are out in the east end, head to Pickering to enjoy Durham's best chicken wings and a big helping of Irish cheer.

The Loaded Dog Sports Bar & Pub

Come for the live music on Friday night, and stay for a pint or two — you can also enjoy delicious pub food while you are there.

Jake's Boathouse

Sink your teeth into their world-famous barbecued ribs while you raise a glass in honour of St. Patrick.

Keating Channel Pub and Grill

It might say “pub” in the name, but what you'll find on your plate will rival the best restaurants in town, and there's no better to way to celebrate than with an exceptional meal.

The Queen and Beaver Public House

Here, you will find an incredible range of beers and ciders, as well as classic British dishes.

Paupers Pub

Enjoy live entertainment every Friday night with no cover, and get your pipes ready, as it's one of the few remaining singalong piano bars in the city.

The Céilí Cottage

Fun is basically in the name, as céilí is an Irish word for a social get-together of music, song and dance, which of course is accompanied by great food and drinks.


At this traditional Scottish pub, they will be celebrating the Irish with cold lagers and great food.

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