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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Greenwich Village

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, we thought it would be a good time to remind you of all the great spots in Greenwich Village where you can grab a bit of Blarney on March 17th:

Arts & Crafts Beer Parlor
If you’re searching for a cozy night out, check out Arts & Crafts. With a casual atmosphere, changing art installations, and an incredible selection of craft beer, it's the perfect place for conversation.

Pop Pub
Sometimes you need a burger to go with your beer. In addition to 15 beers on tap, Pop Pub serves a selection of traditional bar snacks and burgers to help cure the munchies.

Reservoir Bar & Restaurant
There are lots of spots to watch the game, but Reservoir offers a friendly neighborhood vibe. Chat with other sports lovers as you cheer on your favorite team and enjoy a plate of nachos with the works.

St. Marks Ale House
Once home to the infamous Five Spot jazz cafe, for more than 15 years St. Marks Ale House has been a staple in Greenwich Village. Whether you’re looking for a full menu to go with your drink or hoping to catch some trivia, you won’t be disappointed.

Barcade
Enjoy arcade games and beer? Barcade is the right stop for you. Featuring 30 classic video games from the 1990s, you’re guaranteed to find one you remember and love.

Grassroots Tavern
For a trip back to the bars of old, make sure you don’t pass up Grassroots Tavern. With a glass of beer, a game of darts, and music on the jukebox, this is a perfect spot to leave the noise of the street behind you.

Bull McCabe’s Irish Pub
If you’re looking for an authentically Irish and festive spot to enjoy the night stop by Bull McCabe’s. This quintessential Irish pub not only has classic beer on tap, but also features a pool table.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Greenwich Village

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