5 Local Places to Go for St Patricks Day 2014
Looking for some fun things to do in the Merrimack Valley this weekend for St Patricks Day 2014? We’ve found 5 great local places to celebrate if you don’t want to trek all the way to Boston.
Sunday March 16, 2014:
Traditional Irish Breakfast & Hangover Brunch 11am
Corned Beef & Cabbage & special menu all day
Music begins with the Pop Farmers Noon-4pm
Fiddler’s Rock 6pm-10pm
St. Patrick’s Day Monday March 17, 2014:
Open @ 8am
Kegs & Eggs & Irish Breakfast served till Noon
Corned Beef & Cabbage & all your Irish favorites all day
Fiddler’s Rock 11am-2pm
Swinging Johnsons 4pm
Saturday March 15, 2014 – Parade Day, the best spot to watch the Parade! Face painters and balloon artists for the kids from 12pm to 4pm. During the day Beyond The Pale will be rocking the stage then Dj Hustle Simmons will be playing Top 40 Dance Hits all night!
Sunday March 16, 2014- Face painters and balloon artists from 1pm to 5pm along with Beyond The Pale then at 7pm, then karaoke night!
Monday March 17, 2014 – Opening early then Beyond The Pale will be rocking out all night and upstairs will be DJ Hizzy.
Entertainment, March Holiday specials and more
Irish Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Menu
All you can eat Breakfast Buffet on Sunday
Dinners include traditional Irish Boiled Dinner and Guinness Beef Stew
Tony O’Riordan all Weekend
Irish Session Sunday March 15th to start the afternoon entertainment.
Fun St Patricks Day cocktails like Green Beer, Irish Cream Martinis, and Irish Cream Soda.
Appetizers include Pot O’Gold Wings
Entrees include Corned Beef & Cabbage, Stout BBQ Brisket Sandwich
Finish off with an O’Chocolate Truffle Pie and an Irish Coffee
After a three year absence, city is set to renew its traditional Irish celebration on Saturday, March 15th, 2014.
The “family friendly” parade starts off at Essex and Amesbury Street at 1pm, passes the Claddagh Pub, over Central Bridge, down Parker St, left onto Salem St at Lawrence Catholic Academy. From there, the parade goes down Salem St and ends at Market & Temple Streets.
Best viewing areas are: the Claddagh Pub, Pizza King, and Relief’s In. Amusements for kids will be held at the Claddagh & Reliefs In.
Roughly 80 groups and attractions will be in the parade including; area police and firefighters, bag pipers, Irish dancers, politicians, school groups, scouts and neighborhood associations. Local bands Grove Alliance and Prospect Hill are performing during the parade. The Central Catholic Varsity Football Team, which won the state championship, are also in the parade.