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How to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in 2020 near the Summit

St. Patrick's Day

What day does St. Patrick’s Day land on in 2020? Are any restaurants hosting any celebrations?

The Summit Guide has compiled a sampling of places to go, eat, and celebrate on St. Patrick’s Day 2020 near the Summit area.

St. Patrick’s Day 2020 falls on Tuesday, March 17.


Disclaimer: All events are subject to change more so than ever this year. Please check with restaurants and venues first.


Where to eat and celebrate?

The Ballroom House is hosting an event (non-members will pay fee) that includes an all level group class on Friday, March 13 at 8 pm and a social ease COSTUME PARTY following the class. Wear your favorite shade of green, play games, and dance.

Bar Louie is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with live music by Hi-5 on Tuesday, March 17 at 7 pm featuring drink specials all day and of course the traditional Green Beer.

St. Patrick's Day: green beer in a clear mug

Join The Cellar Bar & Grille this Saint Patrick’s Day for food specials and green beer on Tuesday, March 17 starting at 11 am.

Enjoy a specialty Irish menu from March 9 until March 17 at Drake’s, featuring favorites like a “Big Arse” Reuben Sandwich and Irish Fish and Chips. Get lucky on Tuesday, March 17, with Coors Light in a color changing cup, Jameson, and Lucky Drinks all day long.

Good Foods Co-op is having their annual St. Patrick’s Day hot bar on Tuesday, March 17 from 11 am until 9 pm. Enjoy traditional favorites like corned beef and cabbage, gluten-free shepherd’s pie, Colcannon potatoes, vegan white bean stew and plenty more.

Mr. Brews Taphouse hosts a St. Patty’s Day Party on Tuesday, March 17 at 11 am. Featuring Irish Brunch and Bloody Bar, Narragansett Irish Neighbors, Irish Slammers GREEN Kentucky Kolsch all day long.

Waveland Historic Site is hosting St. Patrick’s Day Teas on Tuesday, March 17 at 2 pm. Tea will be served at 2:00 pm and 6:30 pm. Tea is served on fine china, and includes our savory food, and delicious green tea served by period dressed interpreters.


St. Patrick's DayWhat about the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade?

Unfortunately, due to the spread of COVID-19, the Bluegrass Irish Society has decided to cancel the parade. Lexington Habitat for Humanity, too, has cancelled their Shamrock Shuffle.


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