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Where to go out in Paris for St. Patrick’s Day?

Where to go out in Paris for St. Patrick’s Day?

St. Patrick’s Day is fast approaching since the famous Irish holiday takes place on Tuesday March 17th. What could be better than spending the evening in an Irish pub to rediscover the true Irish atmosphere? Aloha reveals its bars along with its favourite activities to spend a unique and unforgettable St. Patrick’s Day!

Irish pubs

The Guinness Tavern, 31 rue des Lombards, is a unique place where the atmosphere will most certainly be festive. The decor takes you to Ireland and the menu offers beers, cocktails and hard liquors.

Kitty O’Shea’s, 10 rue des Capucines, welcomes you for dinner or simply taste good beer while watching sport.

If you are into board games, Le Conolly’s Corner, 12 rue Mirbel, offers traditional Irish music in the background while you play with friends or family. Beer and whiskey will be present to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as it should be!

The Irish Cultural Centre celebrates

If you prefer to spend time with family, the Irish Cultural Centre offers a series of events from 13 to 17 March. In addition to the three concerts on the evening of Friday the 13th, Saturday the 14th and Tuesday the 17th, various activities will be organized to satisfy young and old. On Saturday the 14th, children will be able to wear St Patrick day colours with face paint and at 1:30 p.m. attend a show by the Lords of Strut with wacky comedy numbers and goofy pranks.

A sporty St. Patrick’s Day

Every Friday Paris Roller gets Parisians moving. This year the event is associated with St. Patrick’s Day as much in the required green attire as by opening “green” means of transport such as bicycles, scooters (electric or not), roller skates… For those ready to play along, at 10:45 p.m., enjoy singing and dancing with a troop of 40 Irish artists. And if you want to win a weekend trip for 2 in Cork, post your best photo on the networks with #StPatrickEnVert and #PariRoller.

Nothing left to do but choose your activity and get out your hats and green outfits. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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