Time to bust out your finest Kelly green t-shirts because it’s almost time for St. Patrick’s Day! It’s never too early to start planning your St. Paddy’s Day celebrations. After all, it’s less than one month away from now. Searching for something fun and festive to do this holiday?Look no further because we have you covered. From watching the St. Patrick’s Day Parade to drinking green beer in a bar, here are some great ways that you can make the most out of your St. Patrick’s Day this year.

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade

One festive event that you wont want to miss is New York’s famous St. Patrick’s Day Parade. This parade makes its way down Fifth Avenue, passing popular attractions including St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The starting time of the parade is 11am and starts at 44th Street and ends at East 80th Street. Pick your spot early for the best view of the marching parade. The parade features marching bands, bagpipe players, dancers, Irish heritage groups and more.

Irish Pubs

No St. Paddy’s Day would be complete without a pint of Guinness in an Irish pub. Luckily, New York City is home to a wide variety of pubs that are sure to be in celebration this St. Patrick’s Day. The Celtic atmosphere at these traditional pubs are sure to make your day a lot more exciting. The An Béal Bocht pub, Gaelic for “the poor mouth”, offers the finest brews and Irish comfort foods on their lengthy menu. Bangers and mash is one of the most popular items on the menu that you may want to give a try. Other NYC pubs include Donovan’s Pub, The Dead Rabbit, Molly’s Pub and Shebeen and more. You may even opt to enjoy a St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl through the city, sampling the best green beers along the way. After a day of drinking, don’t forget to take advantage of our car and limousine services so that you don’t have to drive. You can even book a reservation in advance for your convenience.

St. Patrick’s Day in Irish New York

Enjoy a low-key St. Patrick’s Day with the lower-Manhattan walking tour that is themed specifically for the holiday. Explore and learn more about NYC’s Little Ireland district. You’ll even discover why the holiday is more popular within America than it is in Ireland. Be sure to sample some corned beef and spirits along the way during your St. Patrick’s Day walking tour.