Top o’ the morning! What’s the craic? If you’ve started to notice four leaf clovers everywhere you go, you’re not going mad! This Sunday, March 17, 2018 is St. Patrick’s Day, though NYC has been serving up Irish fun all month long. This weekend, however, takes the cake–or pot of gold! We’ve compiled an itinerary of New York City events that are sure to send you right over the rainbow, so grab your green, get geared up, and let’s go!
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Is it really St. Paddy’s Day if you don’t watch a step-dancing team stomp down 5th Avenue? Of course not! That’s why you have to head over to the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 17th. This New York City events is legendary, and for good reason! Every year, there’s plenty of culture to be shared, candy to be eaten, and bagpipes to be heard! If you can’t make this parade, make sure you check out the Brooklyn St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 18th.Beer Mug Making at Brooklyn Glass
Still drinking your ale out of a red Solo cup? Here’s your chance to upgrade your glassware and get creative! Brooklyn Glass in Gowanus will be holding a beer mug making class on March 17, 2018, and for a fee of $195, you can work with real molten glass to build yourself a mug from scratch! This is an awesome opportunity, but you have to sign up fast, because tickets are going quickly!NYC St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl
St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect excuse for a pub crawl–as if you ever really need one! PubCrawls.com, a staple in New York City events, has organized a three day weekend pub crawl, which covers every neighborhood from Chelsea to the Lower East Side. And the best part of it all? For only $20, you get access to the bars for all three days (drinks not included)! Tonight, they’ll be kicking off with the “Happy Hour” pub crawl, so buy your tickets now so you don’t miss it!
Looking for more fun things to do this weekend? Check out this article from Thrillist for some tips!