Astoria, Long Island City, St. Patrick's Day
Mar 10, 2017

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrating in Astoria and LIC

It’s almost that time again—time to immerse yourself in Irish history and read up on the history of the Irish in America. Or, maybe you just want to drink a (…)

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It’s almost that time again—time to immerse yourself in Irish history and read up on the history of the Irish in America. Or, maybe you just want to drink a whole bunch. Here’s what local businesses are doing for St. Paddy’s Day in the neighborhood.

Aloha NYC
37-02 Astoria Blvd South, Astoria

Come out this Saint Patrick’s Day at Aloha NYC and get all your favorite drinks! With happy hour 5-8pm you can’t go wrong! Especially on trendy grown and sexy Fridays.


La Guli Pastry Shop
29-15 Ditmars Blvd, Astoria

Adorning their store window with beautiful Irish themed treats such as shamrock cookies, Irish soda bread, black and green cookies, and leprechaun cakes, we hope you stop in and get your sweet fix.


5-58 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City

It just isn’t a St. Patrick’s celebration at LIC Bar without our annual tribute to Van Morrison! Come celebrate St. Patrick’s for Everyone with an evening filled with your favorite Van Morrison tunes performed by some of NYC’s best musicians. No cover!

House Band: David Farrell Melton-keys, Seth Ondracek-bass, Andrew Rosario-guitar, Neil Nunziato-drums, Anthony Cekay & Alicia Rau-horns. Featuring vocal performances by: Shelly Bhushan, Xavier Cardriche, Little Embers, Tom Shaner, Jeneen Terrana, Meah Pace, Silbin Sandovar, Susan O’Dea, Christine Cherry, Brian Halloran, Courtney Cowart, and Amelia Cormack.


32-15 33rd St, Astoria; 33-02 Broadway Astoria; 77-13 37th Ave, Jackson Heights

We’ve scattered our pot of gold around the store for one weekend only and we need your help. Join us Thursday through Sunday for a Lockwood-wide hunt for our golden coins. Find one of our dozens of shiny shamrock marked coins and get 15% OFF ONE ITEM!

Thursday March 16th through Sunday March 19th at Lockwood Astoria, Lockwood Jackson Heights, and Lockwood Style.


Martha’s Country Bakery

Sign up for a chance to win a $50 gift card for St. Patricks Day!


Monika’s Cafe Bar
32-90 36th Street, Astoria

3/17 St. Patrick’s Day… DRINK SPECIALS ALL DAY LONG!


Passage Irish Bar & Kitchen
40-11 30th Ave, Astoria
Festivities start Friday at 10:00 am

Passage is celebrating our first birthday and we have a STACKED weekend that kicks off on St. Paddy’s Day! . DJ SPN Paddy’s Night. Saturday at noon we are showing IRELAND v ENGLAND rugby in the last day of the Six Nations. Live Music with Ben The Celtic Soul Brother kicks off right after the match. Free Guinness Glass Engravings from 3-6pm. Then Dave Fahy starting at 10pm. On Sunday Enda Keegan kicks off live music at 1pm followed by Allen Gogarty and Donie Ryan at 6. Guinness GiveAways all weekend. Jameson shots are $5 all weekend and the Famous Sunday Roast is available all day every day. It’s birthday time. It’s Paddy’s Day. Let’s do this.

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Q.E.D. – A Place to Show & Tell
27-16 23rd Avenue, Astoria

QED is the place to be on St. Patrick’s Day with Laugh Of The Irish! See a great lineup of Irish comedians all in one show! Hosted by Kevin Froleiks, Erin Lynn O’Connor, Kevin Michael Smith, Justin Flannigan, Patrick J. Reilly, Sinead Hennessy, and Evan M. Williams.


QOA St. Paddy’s Pub Crawl
36-19 24th Avenue (start location)
Sat, March 18, 2017

The Third Annual QOA St. Paddy’s Bar Crawl is happening Saturday, March 18th. We will be kicking off at 1pm at Albatross Bar. Tickets include a shirt, drink specials from bars and food at the last location sponsored by Sac’s Place. List of bars include: Albatross, Sissy McGinty’s, Irish Rover, Passage Astoria. Tickets: $15.


47-10 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City

Check out our ALL DAY food specials for St. Patrick’s Day, Friday March 17th! We’ll have a Short and Stout deal featuring a 20 oz. pint of Guinness and a shot of Caskmates from Jameson Irish Whiskey We’ll also have Guinness Blonde and Magners Cider on tap just for the occasion.


About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

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