Six of the Best Venues in Greater Danbury to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
"Erin Go Braugh," Guinness, corned beef & cabbage only means one thing -- St. Patrick's Day is only days away.
You don't need to get rip roarin' drunk, toss a leprechaun, or kiss someone's blarney stone to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! If you're going out to meet a group of friends, be prepared to have a green old time! The following are my choices for the best places Greater Danbury to celebrate St. Patrick's Day:
The Tigers' Den at 23 Catoonah St. in Ridgefield is where the Ethan & Lou Show will be hangin' out on St. Patrick's Day on Friday March 17 from 6 to 8 pm. Lou and I will be decked out in green micro-fiber underway while sipping on a Guinness! We'll play some games for concert tickets and we'd love to see YOU. Come on down to the Tigers' Den and party with us.
You'll find the Irish Cultural Center at 6 Lake Ave. in Danbury where the pub opens at noon on Friday, March 17. Delicious Irish delicacies will be available until 7 pm. Irish folk-singer, Steve O' Tree plays your favorite Irish sing-a-long tunes from 6 to 9 pm.
Mcguire's Ale House at 130 Mt Pleasant Road in Newtown and serves some of the best Irish food on the planet. Couple your Bangers and Mash with a fresh Guinness, and your on your way to an award winning St. Paddy's Day. Check out their menu by clicking here.
The Redding Roadhouse, located at 406 Redding
Road, is celebrating St. Patty's Day the entire month featuring their authentic Irish fare menu through March 26. Their St. Patrick's Day Irish music kicks off at 4pm on the 17th. Check out their astounding St. Paddy's Day menu by clicking here.
O'Brien's Pub at 83 Lake Ave. in Danbury is doin' it up by kicking off their St. Patrick's Day celebration beginning at 9am with a full Irish breakfast and $4 Jameson shots! The legendary local Irish flavored local band, the Tipperary Knights launch into Irish tunes starting at 6pm and then Bagpipers march through at 6:30pm. Bring along every Patrick you know and shillelagh all night!
Molly Darcy's Irish Pub and Restaurant on 39A Mill Plain Rd. in Danbury is always jam packed on St. Patrick's Day and for good reason. On Friday, March 17, Molly's opens at 9am to rev up St. Patty's Day. Beginning at 1pm, straight from Ireland, the Eamon O'Neill Band will entertain untill 3pm and then return for a 6 to 9pm Irish blow-out. SVET the Violinist, as seen on America's Got Talent kicks off at 9pm, followed by The Keltic DJ's to finish off the night. All Irish all day and all night at Mollys.'