Bars, St. Patrick's Day Mar 13, 2019 Where To Party Till You’re Green On Saint Patrick’s Day Have plans for Saint Patrick’s Day? You don’t have to go all the way into Manhattan, you know. There are plenty of festivities planned right here in Astoria at some (…) Share this Scoop by Laura Caseley total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Have plans for Saint Patrick’s Day? You don’t have to go all the way into Manhattan, you know. There are plenty of festivities planned right here in Astoria at some (…) by Laura Caseley Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops The Huntress Whiskey & Wings Opens In LIC The New Sanfords: More Than Just a Diner What to Do in Astoria This Week: The Cringe, Calligraphy, Ha (...) Have plans for Saint Patrick’s Day? You don’t have to go all the way into Manhattan, you know. There are plenty of festivities planned right here in Astoria at some of your favorite local spots. So grab some friends, throw on that one green shirt you have that you wore last March, and get out there! Since the 17th is on a Sunday, you’ll have the whole weekend to whoop it up. Just be sure to drink lots of water before Monday morning. Partake In The Pubcrawl A couple of your favorite neighborhood pubs are hosting a pub crawl, sponsored by Dogfish Head, starting at 1 pm on Saturday, March 16. Participating spots include Passage, Judy & Punch, Albatross, Sissy McGinty’s, and more to be announced. The festivities kick off at Shillelagh Tavern, with food, drink specials, and a photobooth. Meet up at the rest of the bars for raffles and prizes. Get your tickets on Eventbrite. VIP tickets get you a swanky green jersey. Shillelagh Tavern 47-22 30th Ave., Astoria 718.728.9028 Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Party All Weekend Long At Bohemian Hall Is one day of green-tinted debauchery just not enough for you? Well, The Bohemian Hall is partying down all weekend, starting at 5:30pm on Friday, March 15 and continuing till 11:30pm on Sunday, March 17. There are drink specials on all your favorite Irish (and Irish-ish) drinks as well as on appetizers. Admission is free. Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden 29-19 24th Ave., Astoria 718.274.4925 Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Here’s Where To Go If You Really Like Van Morrison LIC Bar‘s annual tribute to Van Morrison is happening at 9pm on Thursday, March 14. It’s a live performance featuring the songs of Van Morrison performed by over a dozen singers accompanied by a backing band, and there’s no cover. Since it’s happening before the big weekend, you can take in the show and then continue the festivities over the weekend. LIC Bar 5-58 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City 718.786.5400 Facebook Brunch At Woodbines If you’re looking for something festive, but maybe not quite in the mood to go all-out, check out Woodbines‘ St. Patrick’s brunch. Beginning at 10am on the 16th and 17th, you can get all your favorite drinks as well as Irish specialties like beef and cabbage. Woodbines 47-10 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City 718.361.8488 Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Irish Fare At The Bonnie and Sweet Afton Specialty drinks will be available on March 16 and 17 at The Bonnie, as well as Irish goodies to snack on. (And we highly encourage snacking to soak up all your booze.) The Bonnie 29-12 23rd Ave. Astoria 718.274.2105 Facebook | Instagram Similar festivities will be happening at The Bonnie’s sister spot, Sweet Afton, on the same weekend, so you can celebrate both days with both bars! Sweet Afton 30-09 34th St., Astoria 718.777.2570 Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Take In Some Live Music At Jack Jones They’re being cryptic on Facebook, but next Saturday, Jack Jones will be hosting live music, as well as plenty of your favorite whiskey drinks and draft beers (including Guinness). Want to know more? You’ll have to check it out! Jack Jones Gastropub 38-01 Ditmars Blvd., Astoria 929.424.3180 Facebook And remember, guys, when we say “party till you’re green,” we don’t mean that literally. Enjoy your drinks, but please be responsible! Twitter Facebook Email Print Astoriaastoria barsBarsguinnessLong Island Citypub crawlpubcrawlssaint patrick's dayst. patrick's daywhiskey Related scoops The Huntress Whiskey & Wings Opens In LIC The New Sanfords: More Than Just a Diner What to Do in Astoria This Week: The Cringe, Calligraphy, Ha (...) Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.