St Patrick's Day

As Glasgow is home to a large Irish community, you can imagine that St Patrick’s Day on the 17th March is actively celebrated in the Irish pubs around the city. Here are some of the best venues get the Paddy’s day party rolling.

Waxy O’Connors

Where else are you going to find six bars linked together by a labyrinth of staircases and passages than in the wonder that is Waxy O’Connors? A stone’s throw from Queens street station, Waxy’s are promising a St Patrick’s day (read week 😄) full of live music, kegs and kegs of Guinness and lots of craic.

Kitty O’Shea’s

Kitty O’Shea’s has two bars in Glasgow, one in the city centre on Waterloo street, near central station, and the other in the West end, on Great Western road. Priding themselves on offering great value food and drink, Kitty’s offers a warm Irish welcome, loads of live sports and regular live music. Basically everything that you would want from an Irish bar.

Jinty McGuinty’s

Based on the bustling cobbled stone Aston Lane in Glasgow’s West end, Jinty McGuinty’s is an authentic Irish bar with a unique blend of Irish and Scottish culture. The Guinness will be flowing along with loads of live music for a four-day celebration of Paddy’s day and Jinty’s reopening.

Grace’s Irish Sports Bar

You’ll find Grace’s Irish Sports Bar in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. With 13 big screens showing live sport all day Grace’s says they show something for everyone – football, GAA, boxing, rugby & golf. The bar also holds live music sessions Thurs-Sun every week from some of the best Irish bands & singers around. They are celebrating Paddy’s day with a great music line-up from Thursday 17th onwards.

Connolly’s Irish Bar

You’ll find Connolly’s Irish Bar on Bell Street in the Merchant City. A full day of live music is in store for Connolly’s this Paddy’s Day. Once normal service resumes, you can expect regular live sports shown on the big screens and live music on Thursday to Sunday evenings.

Malone’s Glasgow

Malone’s Irish Bar is on Sauchiehall Lane, that runs parallel with Sauchiehall Street. An authentic Irish bar, combining the usual favourites of live sports and live bands, while having the added bonus of offering a rooftop beer garden. A fun and energetic St. Patrick’s Festival Weekend is planned, with an epic street party, BBQs, and live music across three stages featuring Danny Kelly, David James, and Plundering Sons.

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