Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at These Metro Detroit Bar Events

Green outfits, green beer, and more
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Photograph courtesy of Lucky’s St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl

From classic Irish celebrations and brewery specials to over-the-top parties and bar crawls, here are some of the metro Detroit bar events happening this St. Patrick’s Day.

The 5th Annual Lucky’s St. Patrick’s Day Crawl

Bars like Conor O’Neill’s, Heidelberg Restaurant, Regents Field, The Study Hall Lounge, The Garage Bar, and The Blue Leprechaun are partnering up for this event. Each venue will be offering specials — including $5 green tea shots, $5 green beer, and $2 Jell-O shots — for the holiday. $20 for group tickets, $25 for single tickets. March 19. Various locations; eventbrite.com

McShane’s St. Patrick’s Day Party

This Detroit-based bar is celebrating the holiday with Irish drink specials, live Irish music, corned beef and cabbage, and an Irish feature menu. Mojo in the Morning will also be at the bar at 7 a.m. No cover. March 17. McShane’s Irish Pub & Whiskey Bar, 1460 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-961-1960; mcshanespub.com

St. Patty’s Pub Crawl

Level Two Bar and Rooftop, Exodos Rooftop, Three Legged Goat, Ready Player One, Mix Nightbar, and Delmar Detroit are all part of the St. Patty’s Pub Crawl. Each bar is offering themed drink specials, so throw on your green outfit and join the party. Each crawl starts at 5 p.m. $11. March 17 and 19. Various locations; happeningnext.com

The St. Paddy’s Day Block Party at The Annex & Brass Rail

This party is a two-for-the-price-of-one deal. The Annex and Brass Rail are partnering up for this massive event. Offering green beer, whiskey shot specials, DJ performances, and VIP bottle service, you won’t want to miss it. $20 for Early Bird General Admission, $475 for VIP Booth Package. March 17. The Annex, 24 W. Adams Ave., Detroit; eventbrite.com

North Center Brewing Co.’s St Patrick’s Day Party

For a more low-key celebration, North Center Brewing Co. is opening its doors at noon and offering $5 pints of Wild Rover Irish Stout, live music, and food specials like Irish stew, the classic Rueben, and a Beer Kraut Burger. The brewery is extending its patio so that partiers can enjoy the sunshine while they drink. No cover. March 17. North Center Brewing Co., 410 N. Center St., Northville; 248-444-7967; northcenterbrewing.com

Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party

The Old Shillelagh kicks off its festivities at 7 a.m. on all three of its levels, including the bar’s heated outdoor deck. The heated tent party begins at 10 a.m. DJs will be playing all day long. Customers can enjoy signature drinks and Michigan beers, and the best-dressed guests will be eligible for giveaway prizes. No advance ticket necessary. March 17. The Old Shillelagh, 349 Monroe St., Detroit; 313-964-0007; oldshillelagh.com

BYOB St. Patrick’s Day Bike Pub Crawl

Hosted by The Michigan Peddler, this bike crawl will be pedaling around Detroit for St. Patrick’s Day. While the bike will be stopping at several bars, riders can also bring along their drinks and snacks of choice for the ride. $30. March 17. Various locations; eventbrite.com

St. Patrick’s Gay: Queer Variety Show

Candy Bar at Live nightclub is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day show with $3 drinks until 11 p.m. For a festive night full of amazing performances, drag, and dancing look no further. The event will include performers like DJ Medusa, Angelica Diamond, and Starr Stallion. Doors open at 9 p.m. Proof of COVID vaccination or a negative test is required. $5 cover for $21+, $10 cover for 18+. March 17. Candy Bar at Live, 102 S. First St., Ann Arbor; facebook.com

Hush St. Patrick’s Day Block Party

Another Detroit event, this block party includes Floods Bar and Grille, Minnie’s of Detroit, Sloppy Crab, Pizza Bar, and Mix Bricktown. One wristband allows you entry to all five bars, so you can keep the party going from spot to spot. All venues will be hosting inside and outside festivities. The party begins at noon. $20 for VIP 5 Venues All Night Wristband. March 17. Various locations; eventbrite.com

The Largest St. Patrick’s Day Party 

This all-day party offers free entry to guests arriving before noon. With Irish dancers, live music, beer tents, and a live broadcast with 99.5 WYCD, a free breakfast buffet, and Irish corned beef, this event is jam-packed with activities. Bring your friends, wear some green, and be ready to party from sun-up to sundown. No cover before noon, $10 after. March. 17. Vintage House, 31816 Utica Road, Fraser; 586-415-5678; vintagestpats.com

St. Patrick’s Day at EMBC

Eastern Market Brewing Co. is open from noon to 10 p.m. on Thursday. Guests are invited to enjoy St. Patrick’s Day beer, including the local brewery’s Irish Red IPA, Irish Cream Stout, and green glitter beer. No cover. March 17. Eastern Market Brewing Co., 2515 Riopelle St., Detroit; 313-513-2200; easternmarket.beer 

Let’s Get Shamrocked St. Patrick’s Day Party

Tipsy McStaggers in Warren opens at 7 a.m. this St. Patrick’s Day. Customers can enjoy free breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and a DJ and karaoke from 10 a.m. until close. Specials include $2 green beer from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., $5 green teas, $6 Guinness pints, and $7 Irish car bombs. No cover. March 17. Tipsy McStaggers, 7280 E. 12 Mile Road, Warren; 586-806-4481; tipsyswarren.com

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