7 Miami Restaurants to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

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Photo courtesy of: Radio South Beach

Photo courtesy of: Radio South Beach

Get excited because St. Patty’s day is tomorrow! This is a day where whether you are Irish or not, it is a day to celebrate, drink a few pints of Guinness and eat some cabbage! For those of you who didn't partake in any of the festivals or parades over the weekend, check out the restaurants that will still be celebrating tomorrow, March 17.

Radio Bar South Beach 
814 1st St. | Miami Beach, FL 33139

Irish or not, you’re in luck!  Radio Bar is offering $5 Jameson Punch Cocktails and $5 Jameson Shots all night. The Snack Bar Menu featuring Media Noche Sliders, Caprese Grilled Cheese, and Spicy BBQ Pig Sandwich will also be available for you to soak up all the Irish whiskey.  

Shelborne Wyndham Grand 
Drawing Room Bar & Lounge, Petite Bistro & Oasis
1801 Collins Ave. | Miami Beach, FL 33139

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, Shelborne Wyndham Grand is offering traditional Irish food and drinks to bring a bit of Ireland to South Beach. Guests can indulge in delicious Irish fare poolside at Oasis including Corned Beef on Rye, made with homemade sauerkraut, or a Peppered Turkey Rachel. Inside at the newly opened Petite Bistro, patrons can also enjoy a traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage dish. Drawing Room Bar & Lounge will offer guests all three dishes and delicious Irish beers and cocktail specials, such as the classic Guinness and Boddington, and Jameson Whisky. These drink specials will also be available throughout the day at Oasis.

*The cocktails below will be available at Drawing Room, Regent Cocktail Club, and Radio Bar.

Tullamore D.E.W. St. Patrick's Day Cocktails

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St. Paddy’s Block Party
Fado Irish Pub
900 South Miami Ave. | Miami, FL 33130

The weekend block party continues until March 17. Tomorrow, beginning at 9 a.m., there will be DJs serving up music, beer gardens, dancers, and tons of little surprises. Make sure to purchase your tickets here!

John Martin’s Irish Pub
253 Miracle Mile | Coral Gables, FL 33134

If you didn't make it out to the brunch they had yesterday have no fear! Stop by tomorrow from noon to 2 a.m. for performances, live bands and tons of beer and cabbage. Also, if you really like burgers they have one of the best ones on the market right now.

Shake Shack 
Several locations, click here

Who doesn't love Shake Shack? For this special occasion they are going to be serving up fries, which they call “When Irish Fries Are Smiling.” These bad boys are crinkle-cut fries that are topped with horseradish cream, scallions, and applewood-smoked bacon. Plus, you can pair this with one of their burgers and shakes!