What to Know
- There are many ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in South Florida.
- There are many events in Miami-Dade, like the Mary Brickell Village block party, or the Delray Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade in Broward.
- AAA is offering their Tow to Go service to anyone who is too impaired to drive home.
If you’re looking for a way to unwind and let loose this weekend, there are plenty of St. Patrick’s Day festivities taking place all over South Florida this weekend. Here’s a quick roundup of some of the events worth checking out:
Brimstone: Both the Doral and Pembroke Pines locations are offering live music, drink specials and even the chance to see a charming leprechaun. Guests can enjoy $5 green Bud Light draft and an Irish-inspired Sparkling Shamrock cocktail. Make sure you rock your best green outfit to win the best dressed contest. More information here.
The Wharf: Plenty of drinks and food at this event. Buy a shot of Jameson and get a free Guinness Blonde. Guests will also enjoy $7 Black and Tans all day. DJ Irie and Kid Nemesis will be on the ones and twos, entertaining guests with their music. Those attending will also enjoy delicious bites by Garcia’s Seafood, King of Racks BBQ, Mojo Donuts and more. The party starts at noon. More information here.
Tap 42: Enjoy a boozy brunch and Irish Happy Hour on St. Patrick’s Day! In addition to their specially themed brunch, guests can take advantage of $2 off Guinness, Jameson, Breakfast Shots and Baby Guinness shots. More information here.
Fado’s Irish Pub: It’s arguably the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebration in South Florida. The block party, which takes over all of Mary Brickell Village, begins at 2:00 p.m. Guests who purchase tickets to attend will enjoy tons of outdoor beer and cocktail tents, live music, massive dance floors and much more. Tickets can be purchased here.
Wynwood Block Party: Enjoy live music, ice cold beer, street art and much more at this event. Food trucks and arts and crafts will line the streets of Wynwood. RSVP and get a free beer! More information here.
Delray Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade: This hometown tradition began in 1968 and has grown ever since. Guests can enjoy a festival, fun run and parade, all of which starts at 2 p.m. Guests will enjoy delicious food by local restaurants and tons of fun festivities. More information here.
NBC 6 wants to remind you to celebrate responsibly. Be sure to plan ahead and use ridesharing programs, like Uber or Lyft, so as to not drive under the influence. But if you do have a little too much fun while you’re out and about. The Tow to Go program offers free towing services. The AAA tow truck will take the car and driver home or somewhere safe within 10 miles. The service is being offered from Friday through 6 a.m. on Sunday. More information on Tow to Go can be found here.