2021 St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in metro Detroit

Modified: May 18, 2021 | Story by Samantha Scott | Photos by Corktown Business Association

St. Patrick’s Day is here and for metro Detroiters, it means winter is gone and spring is here. Like the previous holidays during the pandemic, celebrations are still happening, just in a different way. Though we won’t be able to participate in our beloved annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in Corktown, have no fear, there’s still green beer near.

See how Detroit and a few of the metro areas are keeping the spirit of the day alive.

 

In Detroit….

Cadieux Cafe: Find some delicious Irish-inspired food and drink specials. Word on the street is there might be some live entertainment as well. Food and festivities start at 11 a.m.

Cork & Gabel: Check out live music by the Barley Brothers and a performance by the Motor City Irish Dance Team while you enjoy some of their delicious food and drink specials. Doors open at 4 p.m.

Delmar Detroit: The perfect place to start the day! Doors open at 9am with morning brunch buffet, drink specials, and live entertainment.

Detroit Shipping Company: ‘Options’ is the word here. Choose food from one of the several restaurants and sit indoors or outdoors while enjoying live music. Entertainment starts at 8 a.m.

 

 

McShane’s Irish Pub: $2 green beer, Irish food menu and a party on Paddy’s Patio. McShane’s has everything you could need to celebrate safely, all day long. Hop in line at 10am.

Nancy Whiskey: Enjoy the sun and the outdoor events with their specialty food and drink menu for the day.

Old Shillelagh: A local favorite to start the day and take advantage of the great food and drink deals. They’ll be ready for you at 7 a.m.

PJ’s Lager House: Looking for the Guinness specials? PJ’s Lager House has that and more from 12pm to 11 p.m.

Tin Roof Detroit: Head to the Tin Roof Detroit for their signature beer cheese soup and corned beef sliders. Take in the live music, while you enjoy your lunch.

 

Suburban Mentions

 

Detroit Fleat: Celebrating through the weekend, Detroit Fleat has setup heated igloos, an Irish booze barge, specialty Irish craft cocktails, and Slooshie Bar with shamrock shake, Irish coffee, and more.

Youngers Irish Tavern: Irish inspired menu, outdoor beer tent, drink specials, and music by Paul & Oates and Planet of Fun starting at 10 a.m. Purchase tickets online.

Kapone’s Sports Tavern: Complimentary breakfast with purchase of a drink (7 a.m.-10 a.m.), and drink specials. Door prizes for anyone wearing green (while supplies last) and a raffle.

 

 

 

As always, when patronizing these locations, please adhere to the business and city COVID rules and regulations.

 

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Mentioned Attractions And Venues





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    Cadieux Cafe
    4300 Cadieux Road, Detroit, MI 48224
    313-882-8560
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    Detroit Shipping Co.
    474 Peterboro St., Detroit, MI 48201
    313-462-4973
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    McShane's Irish Pub & Whiskey Bar
    1460 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI 48216
    313-961-1960
  4. 4
    Nancy Whiskey
    2644 Harrison St., Detroit, MI 48216
    313-962-4247
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    Old Shillelagh Irish Pub
    349 Monroe St., Detroit, MI 48226
    313-964-0007
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    PJ's Lager House
    1254 Michigan Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
    313-961-4668
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    Tin Roof
    47 E. Adams Ave., Detroit, MI 48226
    313-262-6114
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    Cork & Gabel
    2415 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI, USA
    313-638-2261
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    Delmar Detroit
    DELMAR Detroit, 501 Monroe St, Detroit, MI, USA
    313-403-2111
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    Detroit Fleat
    1820 E 9 Mile Rd, Ferndale, MI, USA
    248-607-7611
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    Youngers Irish Tavern
    120 S Main St, Romeo, MI, USA
    586-752-4400
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    Kapone's Sports Tavern
    24301 Harper Ave, St. Clair Shores, MI, USA
    586-200-5242