Where To Go On St. Patrick’s Day

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Tags: entertainingdining

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If you have Irish friends, then you’re probably quite well acquainted with St. Patrick’s Day, and already know all the best places to visit on this wild and wacky occasion.

But if you’d like to discover the exciting St. Patrick’s Day festivities that are taking place on the 17th March, and have no idea where to go, then we’d like to recommend a few restaurants and pubs that know how to throw a real Irish celebration!


4 Entertaining Places To Visit On St. Patrick’s Day

1.The Lighthouse Pub and Grill

St. Patrick's Day

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This family-owned pub, in the south of the Cape Peninsula, has a lively and hearty atmosphere, which makes it perfect for St. Patrick’s Day festivities. It also has a few specialty dishes, such as Guinness pie and lamb stew, which give you a good taste of traditional Irish food.

2.Grapes Pub and Restaurant

St. Patrick's Day, Grapes Pub and Retaurant

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If you’re looking for a place in Gauteng that’s buzzing with activity, then Grapes Pub and Restaurant is the place to be! From green Guinness to prizes for the best dressed, Grapes are pulling out all the stops this St. Patrick’s Day.

3.Wild Clover Breweries

St. Patrick’s Day, Wild Clover Breweries

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This beautiful Stellenbosch brewery is offering a unique and refined St. Patrick’s Day experience, which includes a welcome drink of Irish Larger and a delicious three course meal. So get your tickets early to ensure you don’t miss out.

4. Durban Royal Natal Yacht Club

St. Patrick’s Day, Durban Royal Natal Yacht Club

Image courtesy of the Royal Natal Yacht Club

Live music by Cat Simoni and delectable gourmet treats are the sort of thing you can expect when you get your tickets for this classy St. Patrick’s Day event.

Whichever place you choose to visit, we hope you and your friends have loads of fun while you paint the town green this St Patrick’s Day!

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