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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in the Palm Beaches!

Get Your Irish On!

Irish Fest – 500 Block of Clematis

March 13 – 15

Irish Fest is taking over the 500 Block of Clematis in Downtown WPB. Enjoy 3 stages of live entertainment, including bagpipers and Irish dancers throughout the weekend. Order bites and drinks from street vendors, beer trucks and beer garden. This is a free family-friendly event and will have a kids fun zone.


Luck O’ The Irish Art – 510 Evernia St.

March 14 at 11 a.m.

Let your creativity flow this St. Patrick’s Day with a painting class fit for all ages at Uptown Art. The cost to attend is $20 when registering online and $25 at the door. This class will be taught on a 16×20 canvas and you will get to choose your own colors. 


Pre-St. Patrick’s Day Party – 114 S. Narcissus Ave.

March 14 at 9 p.m.

Camelot is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a great atmosphere, music and drink specials. Ask about their Jameson special.


St. Patrick’s Day Block Party – 531 Clematis St.

March 17 – March 18

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with O’Shea’s Irish Pub free block party event! Take part in all your favorite Irish traditions including bagpipers, Irish dancers, traditional dishes and more.


Roxy’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Block Party – 309 Clematis St.

March 17 – March 18

Enjoy a full day of St. Patrick’s Day fun including DJs, games, food, drinks and more! You may even spot a few leprechauns around Downtown WPB


Tacos & Hip-Hop St. Paddy’s Day Fiesta – 123 Datura St.

March 17 at 5 p.m.

123 Datura is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a fiesta in partnership with Tacos & Hip-Hop! Create a new tradition this year with tacos and drink specials while still feeling the luck of the Irish.


Delray Beach St. Patrick’s Day Festival   

Saturday, March 14

10am, Delray Beach Tennis Center


This family-friendly festival is chock-full of live music, beer and cocktails, food trucks, arts and crafts vendors, games, raffles and kids activities. The best part, admission is free!


And don't leave before the parade starts rolling through town. The Delray Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade has been a South Florida tradition since 1968, and seems to get better every year. Featuring more than 70 entries including floats, community groups, marching bands, fire engines, motorcycles, United States Veterans and more, this year's parade will commence at 2 p.m., running along Atlantic Avenue from the Intracoastal bridge to NW 5th Avenue.


Paddy Mac’s Irish Restaurant

Weeklong St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Thursday, March 12-Tuesday, March 17

10971 Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens


Paddy Mac's was established in December of 1995, and twenty years later it still has many of its original staff, who every day strive to make your experience here with us exceptional. As soon as you step inside, you will feel a warm welcome from the staff, many whom hail from the Emerald Isle itself.


Celebrate the Irish holiday all week long by the fireplace, with live music, corned beef, cabbage, and red potatoes. Each night there is a different musical act, so you can go back all week! Traditional Irish drinks are prepared by certified Irish bartenders.



As you can see, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Palm Beaches. For information on the Finest Homes in the Palm Beaches, contact a Tauber Real Estate specialist at 561-626-4633.