Miami Beach is a magical city, no matter what time of year; however, on St. Patrick’s Day Miami Beach happens to be a wee bit more magical. As Greater Miami, in general, is a city of immigrants, you’re liable to be Irish, know someone who is Irish, or can simply relate to the Irish-immigrant experience. No matter what your connection to St. Patrick’s Day may be, this day has become an American tradition of enjoyment and a little bit of cultural appropriation. Take a look at our list of lucky ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in, or near, Miami Beach, and be prepared to be granted a wee bit of the “luck o’ the Irish.”
Playwright Irish Pub
Playwright Irish Pub is located in the heart of South Beach, and a great place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The minute you step inside Playwright Irish Pub, you feel like you’ve been transported to an old town pub in Dublin. Patrons can dine on Irish favorites such as Irish beef stew, Shepherd’s Pie, Corned Beef & Cabbage, Fish & Chips, and Bangers & Mash. Patrons can enjoy Irish beer, until the wee hours of the morning.
Finnegan’s Way on world-famous Ocean Drive is another great spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. There’s no better way to celebrate St. Paddy, than with throngs of green-clad revelers seeking a little “luck o’ the Irish” and merriment until the sun comes up. Patrons can enjoy green beer and decent bar food, and head on out on to Ocean Drive and party with the best party animals around.
Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply
Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply is another lucky spot to hit up on St. Patrick’s Day. This spot has been named the Best Bar in South Beach by the Miami New Times, and was listed in Playboy Magazine as one of the Best Bars in America. Located in the up-and-coming Collins Park neighborhood of South Beach, Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply offers patrons creative American food and world-class cocktails. Patrons looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day can enjoy a fantastic Brisket Sandwich with New York-style slow braised beef brisket, horseradish, mustard, and buttermilk cucumbers all on a toasted challah roll and a Guinness Stout straight from Dublin. This place is definitely for the more refined St. Patrick’s reveler.
Radio Bar, a South Beach staple, is also a great place to go and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. This place offers a more traditional Irish celebration with $5 shots of Irish Car Bombs and Jameson shots. Patrons can enjoy Guinness beers and other beers on tap for a mere $4 bucks a mug. How’s that for a deal on South Beach?! Revelers can partake in a beer pong tournament featuring Jameson as the prize.
St. Patrick’s Day in Miami Beach
Miami Beach is truly a fantastic spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Nowhere else can you bar hop and walk back home, the way you can in South Beach. If you are interested in living in Miami Beach, contact me at wisecatrealtors.com, and I will be more than happy to show you some awesome Miami Beach waterfront homes or Miami Beach condos. When choosing to live in Miami Beach, it’s best to choose the Wise Cat as your home buying guru.