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St. Patrick’s Day in St. Louis

By Travel Savvy

Dogtown is the hub of all things Irish in St. Louis, Missouri, so it's exactly where you want to be when you're planning for St. Patrick's Day. We've got best pubs in this slideshow!

Seamus McDaniel’s 1

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Seamus McDaniel’s

1208 Tamm Ave.

www.seamusmcdaniels.com

Open Monday through Saturday 11:00AM - 1:00AM; Sunday 11:00AM - 10:00PM

Family-owned bar and restaurant Seamus McDaniel’s is located in the heart of Dogtown. Grab a Guinness and something to eat off the excellent menu featuring burgers, pasta, and wings!

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The Pat Connolly Tavern

6400 Oakland Ave.

www.patconnollytavern.com

Open Sunday through Saturday 11:00AM - 12:00AM; March 17, 2017 6:00AM - 11:59PM

In 1942, Patrick Connolly of County Galway, Ireland opened the doors of his eponymous bar, Pat Connolly Tavern, and the rest, as they say, is history. To this day, Mr. Connolly's family still opens the pub at 6:00AM on St. Patrick’s Day so that customers can grab an Irish coffee or Bloody Mary before the parade. Locals love this place, and so will you!

Maggie O’Brien’s 3

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Maggie O’Brien’s

2000 Market St.

www.maggieobriens.com

Open Sunday and Monday 11:00AM – 11:00PM; Tuesday through Thursday 11:00AM – 1:30AM; Friday and Saturday 11:00AM – 3:00AM

Maggie O’Brien’s is where St. Louis locals go for authentic Irish dishes like Corned Beef and Cabbage, Bangers and Mash and Shepherd's Pie. 

Tigin Irish Pub 4

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Tigin Irish Pub

333 Washington Ave.

www.tiginirishpub.com

Open Sunday early - 12:00AM; Monday through Thursday 11:00AM – 12:00AM; Friday 11:00AM – 1:00AM; Saturday early – 1:00AM

Named after the Gaelic word for “small home,” Tigin Irish Pub in St. Louis happens to be one of four related bars around the country. Owners wanted to created a 'homey' atmosphere in all of their establishments, and this local haunt definitely embodies hospitality and friendliness combined with a modern atmosphere. Lots of tap and bottled beers to choose from--both international and local brews-- as well as pints of Guinness. Plus, they celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with not one, but two(!) parties! For more information on their celebration click here.

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Molly Darcys

26 N Meramec Ave.

www.mollydarcyspub.com

Open everyday 11:00AM - 10:00PM

Located at a local hotel, The Seven Gables Inn, this Celtic-style pub offers an authentic experience with traditional dishes like O’toole Pot Pie, Lamb Stew and much more. Also, patrons enjoy live music every Friday eve.

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