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St. Patrick's Day Events

 
St. Patrick's Day Events
Posted Saturday, March 15th 2014 @ 9am  by 700 WLW

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2014

Club Trio Lounge – Kick off St. Patrick’s Day at 9am with Kegs ‘n’ Eggs at Club Trio Lounge with live entertainment all day.  Bands include Rich Turner, Swamptucky, Stompin’ Revolver, and Nation Touring Artists.  Ending with a headliner Midnight Special from 8:30pm to midnight.  5744 Springdale Rd., Colerain Township. www.clubtrioloung.com.

The Green Lantern – Join the fun at The Green Lantern bar on Decoursey Avenue in Latonia at 9am for Kegs and Eggs.  Breakfast menu is available, along with $1.50 Green Beers, $2 Killian’s Pints, and $3 Irish Breakfast Shots. www.thegreenlanternbar.com.

Molly Malone's Irish Pub - The 3rd annual All About Stoutfest goes over to the dark side from noon to 4pm with more than 25 draft stouts, Irish dancers, and bagpipers.  Fest tent with bars and Irish bands set up outside the pub.  $20 general admission gets one 16 pint, six 4 oz. tastes and souvenir glass. Additional tastes for $2.  $30 VIP gets four exclusive beers. 112 E. Fourth St., Covington. www.allaboutstoutfest.com.

The Righteous Room - A three-day St. Patrick's Day celebration (Mar. 15-17). $5 Jameson, $5 Irish Car Bombs, $3.50 Guinness.  641 Walnut St., Downtown. www.therighteousroom.com.

Nicholson's Tavern & Pub - St. Practice Day in case you have to work on Monday.  Drink specials and live entertainment begins at 9pm with Floyd and the Walkmen.  625 Walnut St., Downtown. www.nicholsonspub.com.

Fountain Square – Party like the Irish in the heart of downtown Cincinnati on Fountain Square starting at 10am. Traditional Irish fare from Cheeky Meat Pies, merchandise, dancing, and live entertainment all day until 10pm.  www.myfountainsquare.com.

Celtic Lands Culture Fest – Celebrate the Irish at the 15th from 10am to 5pm with folklore and art from Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.  Come see traditional Celtic dancers, Celtic folk tales by storytellers, local Celtic musicians and enjoy baked goods.  $14.50 adult all-museum pass and $10.50 child all-museum pass at the Cincinnati Museum Center at 1301 Western Avenue in Queensgate. www.cincymuseum.org.

The Lackman - Opens early at 10 a.m. with $3.50 Guinness, $5 Jameson, $3.50 Conway Irish Ale, $3 Tullamore Dew.  Grilling out St. Patrick's Day specialties. 1237 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine. www.lackmanbar.com.

Cincinnati St. Patrick's Day Parade - The 48th annual parade is held rain, snow or shine. Begins at noon from Eggleston and Reedy, heads northwest on Eggleston, left onto Central Parkway, left onto Sycamore Street, left onto Fifth Street, and left onto Sentinel. www.cincystpatsparade.com.

Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati - Irish music and dance performances beginning at 2 p.m. Children's parade at 5:30 p.m. Full cash bar and Irish food available for purchase. 3905 Eastern Ave., East End. www.irishcenterofcincinnati.com.

 

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 2014

Celtic Lands Culture Fest - Celebrate the Irish at the 15th annual fest from 11am to 6pm with folklore and art from Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Traditional Celtic dancers, Celtic folk tales by storytellers, local Celtic musicians and baked goods. $14.50 adult all-museum pass. $10.50 child all-museum pass. Cincinnati Museum Center, 1301 Western Ave. in Queensgate. www.cincymuseum.org.

Murphy's Pub - Bar Dart Tournament begins at 3pm.  No entry fee. Drink specials and prizes.  2329 W. Clifton Ave. in Clifton Heights. www.murphys-pub.com.

The Righteous Room - A three-day St. Patrick's Day celebration (Mar. 15-17).  $5 Jameson, $5 Irish Car Bombs, and $3.50 Guinness. 641 Walnut St., Downtown. www.therighteousroom.com.

 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 17, 2014

Cock & Bull Public House - Locations at Mainstrasse Village, Glendale Village, and Hyde Park Square open at 6am.  Green eggs and ham breakfast sandwiches, corned beef and cabbage, and green beer. Live broadcasts with Kiss 107 FM.  Free T-shirts and logo glasses while supplies last. www.CandBPublicHouse.com.

Murphy's Pub - Doors open at 5:30am.  Complimentary breakfast served at 7:30am with donations accepted for Matthew 25: Ministries.  Free coney bar from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drink specials all day.  2329 W. Clifton Avenue in Clifton Heights. www.murphys-pub.com.

The Pub at Rookwood - Kegs and eggs begin at 6am with live entertainment all day.  $2 jello shots, $5 Guinness, Smithwick's and Harp, $3 green beer, $5 Irish Sinkers and Jameson shots, $3 Guinness Black Lager bottles and Bud Light cans, $4 Paddy shots.  Rookwood Commons & Pavilion, Edmondson Rd. in Norwood. www.experiencethepub.com.

The Pub at Crestview Hills - Kegs and eggs begin at 7am with live entertainment all day. $2 jello shots, $5 Guinness, Smithwick's and Harp, $3 green beer, $5 Irish Sinkers and Jameson shots, $3 Guinness Black Lager bottles and Bud Light cans, $4 Paddy shots. 2853 Dixie Highway, Crestview Hills. www.experiencethepub.com.

Molly Malone's Irish Pub - Kegs and eggs begin at 7am.  First 100 people receive Molly's souvenir shirt. Irish bands performing in the three-story pub and outside fest tent on Court Street. 112 E. Fourth St. in Covington. www.mollymalonesirishpub.com.

Mount Adams Pavilion - Doors open at 11am.  8 green beers and two shots of Irish whiskey for $10. Music all day. Special St. Patty's Day menu. 949 Pavilion St. in Mount Adams. www.mountadamspavilion.com.

Nicholson's Tavern & Pub - Live performances by Ashley Thomas and Mike & Jeff.  Drink specials from 11am to 11pm. $2 jello shots, $5 Guinness, Smithwick's and Harp, $3 green beer, $5 Irish Sinkers and Jameson shots, $3 Guinness Black Lager bottles and Bud Light cans, $4 Paddy shots. 625 Walnut St., Downtown. www.nicholsonspub.com.

Fountain Square - St. Patrick's Day in heart of downtown Cincinnati from 11am to 2pm.  Traditional Irish fare from Cheeky Meat Pies, merchandise, dancing and live entertainment. Fifth and Vine streets, Downtown. www.myfountainsquare.com.

Tap & Go - Doors open at 11am with an Irish Bloody Mary bar.  Complimentary lucky charms for the early birds.  950 Pavilion St., Mount Adams. www.tapandgocincy.com.

Keystone - St. Patty's Day celebrations at Hyde Park (11:30am), Clifton (11am) and Covington (11am) locations.  Live music, St. Patrick's Day menu and photobooth (Hyde Park).  $3 green beer, $3 Shamrock Shooters in Clifton. www.keystonebar.com.

Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati - Special St. Patrick's Day Mass at 2 pm by Rev. Benedict O' Cinnsealeigh.  Irish music performances and the McGing Irish Dancers beginning at 3pm. Children's parade at 5pm as well as games, music and art.  Full cash bar and Irish food available for purchase.  3905 Eastern Ave., East End. www.irishcenterofcincinnati.com.

Igby's - Doors open at 4pm. $5 Jameson, $5 Irish Car Bombs. 122 E. Sixth St., Downtown. www.igbysbar.com.

The Righteous Room - A three-day St. Patrick's Day celebration (Mar. 15-17). $5 Jameson, $5 Irish Car Bombs, $3.50 Guinness. 641 Walnut St., Downtown. www.therighteousroom.com.

The Public House - St. Patrick's Day bash with Irish music, beer and food. 3807 North Bend Rd. in Cheviot. www.thepublichousecheviot.com.

 

Mini Heart Marathon - The 2014 Heart Mini Marathon is celebrating its 37th running on Sunday, March 16th.   Events include Heart ½ Marathon, 15K Heart Mini Marathon, 5K & 10K Heart Walks, 5K Heart Run, 2K Kid’s Mini MaraFun and 1K Steps for Stroke for heart and stroke survivors. 
A Health and Fitness Expo will start off the weekend on Saturday, March 15th at the Duke Energy Convention Center from 11am to 3pm.  The expo will have fitness tests, apparel sales, health screenings, and a free Kids Fun Run for ages seven and under.
The Heart Mini is presented by Mercy Health and all proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.  Visit www.heartmini.org for registration, training, and additional details. 
Queen City Sausage Company will be at the Heart Mini Marathon with their pop up tents, grills, propane, and freshly grilled sausages and goetta on Klosterman buns.  Mark Balasa, Director of Marketing for Queen City Sausage Co., says the sausages, goetta, buns, time, and support are all donated for this worthy cause. 

 

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