Pensacola, Florida
Saturday June 23rd 2018


In Pensacola March 17

McGuire’s Irish Pub
Live entertainment, contests and activities all day and all night. Live music including Rich McDuff, Dun Aengus and the McGuire’s Pipe Band. There will be a pub crawl every two hours, drink specials, party favors, green beer, Irish wakes, a corned beef and cabbage eating contest, a “kiss the moose” contest and a midnight wet T-shirt contest with cash prizes.
600 E. Gregory

Elbow Room
The red lights go out and green lights turn on.
2213 W. Cervantes St.

O’Riley’s Irish Pub
Bag of Donuts play under the two huge tents. There is epic green Jell-O wrestling after the band. Bag pipers will be playing periodically throughout the night and fish and chips will be available all day and night. Five full service bars outside and two beer tubs including the full service main bar inside. Green beer, Irish car bombs, Guinness, and green Bud Light aluminum bottles will be served throughout the event. The bar opens at 11 a.m. and the party doesn’t stop until 3 a.m.
3728 Creighton Rd.

Play’s St. Patrick’s Day Palooza
Enjoy $1 Killian’s Irish Red, Green Beer (of course), Free Reuben Sandwiches, “Oh My God, It’s a Ginger” Contest, special Irish King Koopa’s specially priced at $6 for a 32-ounce  of our signature cocktail gone green, $2 shot specials, $3 bombs, live music (themed – Irish Drinking Favorites) and a special green jelly-themed event hosted by McLicken. Who is McLicken? Find out at Play on St. Patrick’s Day.
16 S. Palafox

Seville Quarter’s St. Patrick’s Day Bash
The party starts at 11:00 a.m. with an Irish themed lunch of Irish stew, corned beef and cabbage and Irish sliders.  At 5 p.m. the Irish music starts and green beer is for sale all day. Later in the evening, enjoy: an Irish Jig, Sexiest Redhead and the Hottest Leprechaun contest, which have two categories for both genders. All contests will be audience judged. The party will continue all night long with great music, the Rosie O’Grady’s dueling Piano Show and many more lucky, four-leaf clover surprises. Do not forget to wear green. Kissing the Blarney Stone and looking for the pot of gold at the end o’the rainbow (or End O’the Alley).
130 E. Government St.

The Fish House
The Fish House will have a special Irish-inspired dinner feature at the Fish House beginning at 5 p.m. Chef Jim Shirley has put together a special feature, a Gaelic surf and turf, that blends our local seafood with some of the classic Irish touches. The colcannon grouper features grilled grouper with our creamed curly kale and house-made bacon and potato sauce, which is capped with Gulf shrimp in a stout-dosed black pepper Worcestershire BBQ accompanied by potato and cabbage gratin. St. Patrick’s Day coincides with the heart of March Madness this year – all of the television sets over at the Atlas Oyster House will be tuned to the tournament on Saturday, March 17. Throughout the complex all locations will be serving up an Irish Punch, in our commemorative Fish House glasses, for $5.
Head to Jackson’s for their full menu with Irish inspired dishes being served at 5:30 p.m.
600 S. Barracks St.

Special St. Patrick’s Day menu items served all week long.
1101 Scenic Hwy.

The Magnolia
Enjoy festive drink and food specials. Don’t miss their Guinness ice cream float and cake.
2907 E. Cervantes St.

The Getaway Lounge
- GlowRage Paint Party
Wear all white. Doors open at 8 p.m., the party lasts until 5 a.m., $5 for 21 and up, and $10 for ages 18 to 20. Good vibe tribe DJ’s, DJ David Taylor opens the evening from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., free keg until it is gone and costume contest. VIP packages available.
7200 Plantation Rd.

Vinyl Music Hall
Free St. Patrick’s Day rock show, featuring Top of the Orange and Lugosi. Doors open at 8 p.m.
2 S. Palafox