We are now only one day away from St. Patrick’s Day, and if you haven’t decided where to go to celebrate it, we have some ideas for you. Irish locations can be found all across the Lehigh Valley. Some will give you green beer, some will have interesting Irish food, but all of them come with one thing in particular…”Craic”, the Irish word for fun!
There’s a new hot spot on the South side of Bethlehem, Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub, where you can party up St. Patrick’s Day with any of the 14 beers on draft, 14 flat screen tv’s, and happy hour from 5-7pm. Located at East 4th Street and New Street (1 block from Lehigh University) in Bethlehem, Molly’s offers a unique party experience!
Treat yourself to an authentic Irish meal at St. James Gate Irish Pub & Carvery, located in the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, while meeting the Guinness Girls! The fun doesn’t end there, with a live Radio Broadcast with 99.9 The Hawk, and the opportunity to show your Irish spirit, who knows what kinds of giveaways you’ll go home with!
At first glance, Mahoney’s Irish Pub looks like a tavern industry cliche, with its large green shamrocks and the “Irish Only Parking” sign. But those curious enough to sit at the horseshoe bar and strike up a conversation will discover its subtle charm. Mahoney’s is located 1609 Hanover Avenue in Allentown, and will have you experiencing a true St. Patrick’s Day!
St. Patrick’s Day at the Bethlehem Brew Works will be an event you won’t want to miss, featuring the O’Grady Quinlan Irish Dancers at 5pm and 9pm, $3 green ales, bagpipers blowing your favorite tunes, and so much more! Feast on the variety of Celtic food specials while receiving giveaways and party favors.
The Allentown Brew Works will also be helping you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the O’Grady Quinlan Irish Dancers at 6pm and 8pm. Although the location is different, the fun and irish atmosphere are the same, both with NO COVER CHARGE!
No matter where you go to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Lehigh Valley, it will be hard to be disappointed. Each of these locations will have you wishing the night wasn’t over yet. So grab some friends (Irish or not) show your love of the Irish! As always, party responsibility and make it a safe and memorable night out!
How are you celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in the Lehigh Valley?