St. Patrick’s Day Events and Restaurant Specials in Miami 2021

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Wednesday March 17th marks St. Patrick’s Day, the annual tribute to the patron saint of Ireland. According to tradition, Scottish-born Saint Patrick used the iconic three-leaf clover to declare the Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish in the 5th century.

Expect greenery to be splashed all over Miami as bars and restaurants offer special entertainment, festive menus, and lots of emerald green libations.

Below is a selection, in alphabetical order, of the best places to try your Irish luck in Miami this St. Patrick’s Day. All specials are offered on St. Patrick’s Day, Wednesday March 17th, unless otherwise stated.

The terrace at American Social.EXPAND

The terrace at American Social.

Photo courtesy American Social Brickell

For a full day, enjoy specialty drinks like green Bud Light ($ 4), Jameson cocktails ($ 8) and shots ($ 8), and frozen Irish coffee with an energizing blend of Jameson Cold Brew, Kahlúa and Coffee ice cream ($ 10). .

The dining room at Batch Gastropub Miami.

The dining room at Batch Gastropub Miami.

Photo courtesy of Batch Gastropub

In honor of St. Patrick, the Batch Gastropub is hosting a themed weekend brunch on Saturday March 13th and Sunday March 14th. The special lunch includes bottomless mimosas, sangrias, bellinis and a special offering of corned beef hash. On Wednesday March 17, guests will be able to enjoy $ 2 Irish breakfast, $ 5 pecan whiskey, and $ 5 Paddy’s Irish whiskey.

The Lucky McMule Cocktail at Black Market Miami.EXPAND

The Lucky McMule Cocktail at Black Market Miami.

Photo courtesy Black Market Miami

From 3 p.m. to midnight, the black market celebrates with a green iteration of its signature black market lager ($ 5) and specialty Teeling Irish whiskey ($ 6). Bar manager Johnny McConnon serves his “Lucky McMule,” a blend of Irish whiskey, melon-infused ginger beer, demerara syrup, fresh lime juice and mint ($ 12).

Bodega Taqueria and Tequila in South Beach.EXPAND

Bodega Taqueria and Tequila in South Beach.

Photo courtesy Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at all bodega locations, enjoy a special Negra Modelo happy hour at St. Patrick’s and a shot of Jameson ($ 9), old-fashioned red breasts ($ 7), classic margaritas by Avion ( $ 7) and a shot of Avion and Jameson tablets ($ 30 for three shots each).

Calle 23 Miami's outdoor patio on Miracle Mile.EXPAND

Calle 23 Miami’s outdoor patio on Miracle Mile.

Courtesy photo of Calle 23 Miami

Calle 23 has beer and Irish whiskey shot specials for $ 10 each, baby Guinness shots for $ 7, and Jameson Irish mules for $ 10. At 7 p.m., mojitos are $ 7.

Havana 1957 bar and dining room.

Havana 1957 bar and dining room.

Photo courtesy Havana 1957

From noon to midnight, Havana celebrates St. Patrick’s Day on Española Way in 1957 with specials from “Hulk” Daiquiris and “Leprechaun” Mojitos for 7 USD each.

The fully stocked bar of the Taurus.EXPAND

The fully stocked bar of the Taurus.

Photo courtesy Blue Shell Media

From 5pm to midnight, the Taurus offers party guests a selection of vacation cocktails (USD 8), bottles of Guinness (USD 5), and shots of selected Irish whiskeys (USD 5).

Tobacco Road by Kush brings the classic bar to life.EXPAND

Tobacco Road by Kush brings the classic bar to life.

Photo by Alex Markow

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day on Tobacco Road by Kush with $ 5 green Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and $ 5 Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey. $ 6 Irish coffee, $ 7 Irish car bombs, and live entertainment.

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