Ten Places to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day In the Dallas Area

10 Places to Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day in the Dallas Area

 

It’s almost that time of year again, when seemingly everyone you know suddenly becomes IRISH!

And the Dallas metro area has a lot to offer when it comes to St. Paddy day events – March 17th –  and places to celebrate. From Downtown to Uptown Dallas, or Addison to Frisco, Texas, here are the top 10 pubs you can either start or end your annual crawl at.

Sláinte

Stan’s Main Street (Frisco)

Stan's Main Street - Frisco, TX

The home of all things Irish in Frisco, join the fun at Stan’s Main Streets’ Shamrock and Roll St. Patrick’s Day celebration. With live music, food and drink specials, and a Leprechaun contest. The place to be in Frisco on St. Patty’s Day!
Irish Pub | $$

The Rover Grill (Frisco)

The Rover Grill in Frisco, TX

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A longtime favorite in Frisco, the Rover Grill offers an authentic Irish menu and a great selection of imported beers, Irish whiskey, and designer cocktails. This year they will be featuring a bagpiper, music, and other specials. Try the Rover Nuts – a delicious concoction of bacon, onions, jalapeños & pepperjack cheese mixed and rolled in panko bread crumbs. Yum!
Irish | $$

McSwiggan’s Irish Pub (The Colony)

McSwiggan's Irish Pub The Colony, TX

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Another gem of a pub tucked away in the far north Dallas area, McSwiggan’s Irish Pub offers a great selection of spirits on tab and in the bottle, plus a great pub menu with lots of options and the classic Shepard’s Pie. So what are you waiting for … go give them a try!
Irish Pub | $$

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium’s Green Flash! (Addison)

Flying Saucer Draught Emporium Addison, TX

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Any real beer knurd knows that the Flying Saucer in Addison is the place to get a great selection of some great brews. And this year they will be celebrating with a tap takeover from Green Flash Brewing Co., and will unveil five new Green Flash brews, and offer $3 Irish beers all day and food specials. And be sure to check out their Ring of Honor – who knows … you could be in it someday!
Irish | $$

The Londoner Pub (Frisco)

The Londoner Pub Frisco, TX

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Okay … so not necessarily an Irish establishment, but they have a great selection of beer on tap, great ambiance, and they pour a mean pint of Guinness. So if you live in the far north Frisco area, swing on by and check out their menu, and order up your favorite pint of Irish beer.
British Pub | $$

Trinity Hall Irish Pub (Dallas)

Trinity Hall Irish Pub Dallas, TX

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At the Trinity Hall Irish Pub, they plan on starting early and run all day with extra seating on the patios, extra live music inside and out and visits from the random Pipers & Singers throughout the day! On stage they’ll have Trad Irish to start, then a Singalong for all and then more Celtic & Irish! So if you’re in the area, make plans to stop in and hoist a pint or two.
Irish Pub | $$

The Dubliner (East Dallas)

The Dubliner Irish Pub Dallas, TX

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One of our personal favorites, The Dubliner is owned & operated by a native of Dublin, and is a local favorite watering hole of the east Dallas community.  The Dubliner offers an authentic Irish pub experience, and is especially fun during their St. Patricks Day celebrations. It can get very crowded, so show up early, and pace yourself!
Irish Pub | $$

The Idle Rich Pub (Uptown/Dallas)

The Idle Rich Pub Dallas, TX

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No respectible St. Paddy’s Day crawl would be complete without a visit to The Idle Rich Pub in Uptown. Always a fun place to be on St. Patrick’s Day, with live music, Irish food, beer and whiskey. This years event features Celtic rock from the Killdeers starting at 7PM. Get all the details  on their website, then stop over for a truly Irish good time.
Irish Pub | $$

The Blackfriar Pub (Uptown/Dallas)

The Blackfriar Pub,Dallas, TX

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If heavily carved prayer panels and ceiling plus a gothic back bar are more your style, then you need to check out The Blackfriar Pub on McKinney Ave. in Uptown. The woodwork came originally from a castle in England owned by Peter Townshend of The Who, and was once part of the VIP room of the former Hard Rock Cafe. So stop by and raise in pint in their beer garden.
Irish Pub | $$

Malarkey’s Irish Tavern (North Dallas/Addison)

Malarkey's Irish Tavern Dallas, TX

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This lively north Dallas hangout for all things Irish offers 120 different beers from around the world, so you’re sure to find something you’d enjoy. Check out their St. Paddy’s Day specials on their website, and try a plate of corned beef and cabbage or Shepard’s Pie and have a great time being green!
Irish Pub | $$

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2 Comments on Ten Places to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day In the Dallas Area

  1. Eileen Denise // March 14, 2016 at 5:47 pm // Reply

    You forgot the best Irish bar in town Stan’s Main Street! Owner, Jenn Rearick’s all four grandparents came from Ireland & it’s is decorated & ready for a great party on its fabulous potio with live music!

    • publisher@friscocentral.com // March 14, 2016 at 6:54 pm // Reply

      So sorry! We didn’t know Stan’s had Irish heritage, but we’ll be sure to add it to next year’s list. Loved going to the original Stan’s on lower Greenville Ave. many, many moons ago. We’ll have to stop in and check out Stan’s Main street again soon. Sláinte!

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