One of the craziest street parties of the year is the 37th annual Dallas St. Patrick’s Parade Parade and Festival, on Lower Greenville on tomorrow, March 19, hosted by the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban. If you are looking for more of a bar scene to enjoy your Guinness look no further than these 5 DFW Irish bars.
One of the longest running Irish bars opening in 1994 on Lower Greenville, owner Peter Kenny is a native of Dublin, Ireland and has created the traditional pub to the mainly trendy Dallas neighborhood.
Today, March 18, 2 Gingers Irish Whiskey will be half price, and the bar will open early at 8 a.m. to facilitate the Dallas parade revelry. Expect live music, beer tents and slices of pizza.
The Staggering Irishman, located in Far North Dallas, has more than 100 beers, 32 of which come on draft, and 60-plus types of whiskey to wet your whistle.
This weekend, the Staggering Irishman is getting in the spirit with green beer, and $4 Dirty Irishman, Thin Mint and Jameson shots. Yum!!!
Trinity Hall Irish Pub
Trinity Hall is a sports bar with Irish roots. Located at Dallas’ Mockingbird Station with 200 beers and 100-plus whiskeys to choose from.
O’Sheas Irish Pub
Located in Hurst, O’Sheas is know for live music, domestic spirits, and non-traditional Irish food like burgers and fajitas. On Saturday, March 19, the bar serves $2.50 domestic beers until 6 p.m., then $2.50 wells 7 to 10 p.m.
Paddy Reds Irish Pub
Need a spot in Fort Worth? Paddy Reds in downtown where you can always fond $3.25 wells and $4.75 Jameson, along with darts and pool
On St. Paddy’s weekend, they will have karaoke Saturday, March 19. Additionally, the bar will be serving traditional Irish pub grub.
I hope this list helps you celebrate with the luck of the Irish all weekend.