7 Irish pubs to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Seattle

Mar 2 2021, 12:30 pm

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Those looking for an Irish experience should visit an Irish Pub.

Although St. Patrick’s Day is looking a little different this year, it doesn’t mean that you can’t be celebrating.

Put on your best green outfit and get goin’ to one of these seven Seattle St. Patrick’s Day destinations.

Murphy’s Pub

With a name like Murphy’s, you know they’re true Irish. Enjoy authentic Irish pub fare alongside a beer at this Wallingford institution.

Where: 1928 North 45th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-634-2110

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Owl N’ Thistle

 

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Celebrate St. Patty’s in the heart of downtown Seattle at this divey Irish Pub. Although the pub is known to get rowdy in typical times, this year promises to be much quieter.

Where: 808 Post Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-621-7777

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T.S. McHugh’s

 

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With 21 draughts and a full line of spirits, you won’t run out of things to drink at McHugh’s. TS’s typically offers free pool and shuffleboard; however, with COVID-19 the games may be put on hold.

Where: 21 Mercer Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-282-1910

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Conor Byrne Pub

 

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What was once known as an Irish pub with bands and brews, Conor Byrne Pub has shifted to a calmer model. Spend your St. Patrick’s Day enjoying casual drinks in an Irish atmosphere.

Where: 5140 Ballard Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-784-2640

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Beveridge Place

 

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Perhaps beer isn’t your beverage of choice. In that case, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Beveridge Place, which is fully stocked with specialty ciders, meads, and even sake. If you’re hungry, the bar keeps a menu book, full of menus from popular restaurants nearby.

Location: 6413 California Avenue SW, Seattle
Phone: 206-932-9906

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The Blarney Stone

The Blarney Stone will be having a quiet St. Patrick’s Day this weekend but would still love to welcome those decked out in green. They’re currently operating at 25% capacity and serving a limited menu.

Location: 1416 1st Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-448-8439

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Kells Irish Pub

It wouldn’t be a St. Patrick’s Day list without Kells Irish Pub. Known for being one of the busiest and most obnoxious of all Irish Pubs in Seattle, the spot brings the traditions and culture of the Glens of Antrim to Seattle.

Location: 1916 Post Alley, Seattle
Phone: 206 728 1916

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