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12 Irish Pubs to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Las Vegas

Try one of these Irish pubs for St. Patrick’s Day

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| Chelsea McManus

St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner, and with it, a way to celebrate Irish culture with Guinness, Irish whiskey, and Bailey’s Irish Cream. Head to Rí Rá at Mandalay Place for an Irish pub in town or Nine Fine Irishmen, with its party atmosphere at New York-New York, to stay on the Strip. Rowdy rabble-rousers head to Hennessey’s Tavern on the Fremont Street Experience. Even some non-Irish bars are getting in on the festivities with themed offerings. Here, find a look at 12 Irish pubs in Las Vegas that will surely have shenanigans galore for the occasion. May the luck of the Irish be with you.

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Hennessey’s Tavern

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Party like the Irish Downtown at Hennessey’s Tavern, a chain that started in 1976 with locations in Southern California. Shepherd’s pie, Guinness fish and chips, and Jameson ribs make the menu.

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The Golden Tiki

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Throughout March and April, the Chinatown tiki bar will serve a Tiki O’Clanahan cocktail. Created by beverage director Adam Rains, the Irish-style tiki drink uses Angostura rum, Redbreast Irish whiskey, apricot, pineapple, coconut cream, and Dress The Drink cinnamon and stout syrup. It’s served with a glass of “Dee’s Nutz”, the Golden Tiki’s exclusive coconut coffee porter in collaboration with local Vegas brewery, Crafthaus. The specialty cocktail is $16 or $35 with a keepsake mug.

O’Shea’s Casino

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Partiers will find 50 types of beer, table games, an outdoor bar, and nightly entertainment at this Irish casino at The Linq. Lucky the Leprechaun always keeps the party upbeat. This is probably the most popular Irish spot in town.

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O’Shea’s Casino
The Linq Promenade [Official Site]

Sean Patrick's

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With four area locations, Sean Patrick’s is by far the most ubiquitous option for Irish bars. Find banger’s and mash, pints of Guinness, and half off drinks every day from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and 12 a.m. 2 a.m. Outdoor seating and billiards make it a casual spot to enjoy an afternoon.

The Cabinet of Curiosities

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The Cabinet of Curiosities at Horseshoe Las Vegas has a special seasonal menu for St. Patrick’s Day available through March 31. While the bar isn’t Irish, it’s offering themed cocktails for $18 and shots for $8. The Luckiest Charm has vanilla vodka, amaretto, Bailey’s Irish Cream, heavy cream, and honey, topped with Lucky Charms marshmallows. The Nutty Irishman shot uses Bailey’s Irish Cream and Frangelico with caramel syrup and crushed nuts.

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Pair a green beer with shepherd’s pie on St. Patrick’s Day from 12 p.m. to 2 a.m. for $15.99. Customers can also order a Reuben sandwich with pub chips for $15.99 through March 17.

The Pub Lake Las Vegas

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Come for the beer, stay for friendly service, never-greasy fish and chips, games like Jenga, and a comfortable outdoor patio. The vibe is more laid back than other Irish bars since it’s close to Lake Las Vegas, but that’s likely what you’re after if you’re out here.

New York-New York Hotel & Casino

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The Celtic Feis St. Patrick’s Day festival is returning for another year at New York-New York Hotel & Casino on Friday, March 17. The all-day event will run from 10 a.m. to midnight and will feature live music from Celtic bands and DJs, traditional Irish food offerings from Nine Fine Irishmen, a parade across the property, and more. Access to the festival area starts at $ 10 and kicks off at 10 a.m. with a parade led by the Las Vegas Emerald Society Pipe Band at the main entrance of New York-New York Hotel & Casino and makes its way through the casino, ending on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Nine Fine Irishmen

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Dig into a traditional Irish breakfast with bangers, rashers, corned beef hash, and homestyle potatoes before quaffing Guinness on at Nine Fine Irishmen at New York-New York. Go traditional with Shepherd’s pie or corned beef and cabbage.

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New York-New York [Official Site]

McMullan’s Irish Pub

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Round the clock, McMullan’s dishes out Irish fare such as snack-sized versions of fish and chips, Irish sausage rolls, and Irish nachos made with potato chips layered with cheddar cheese, bacon, tomatoes, chives, and sour cream. For breakfast, try the homemade corned beef hash with poached eggs.

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Rí Rá

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Bits and pieces of Irish pubs were shipped over to Las Vegas for Rí Rá at Mandalay Place. Irish curry, an Irish mac and cheese, and grilled bangers and mash come on the dinner menu, while brunch brings a breakfast boxty with sausage, egg and Hollandaise, or an Irish Benedict. Be sure to check out the Guinness Store next door to learn how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness.

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Ritchie McNeely's

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The Irish pub at the District at Green Valley Ranch is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with $5 Jameson, $5 Guinness and $5 green beer. The bar also has a robust offering of whiskeys, including Irish whiskeys, plus bites like Reuben sandwiches and Irish nachos.

Hennessey’s Tavern

Party like the Irish Downtown at Hennessey’s Tavern, a chain that started in 1976 with locations in Southern California. Shepherd’s pie, Guinness fish and chips, and Jameson ribs make the menu.

Hennessey’s Tavern
Hennessey’s Tavern
Hennessey’s Tavern/Facebook

The Golden Tiki

Throughout March and April, the Chinatown tiki bar will serve a Tiki O’Clanahan cocktail. Created by beverage director Adam Rains, the Irish-style tiki drink uses Angostura rum, Redbreast Irish whiskey, apricot, pineapple, coconut cream, and Dress The Drink cinnamon and stout syrup. It’s served with a glass of “Dee’s Nutz”, the Golden Tiki’s exclusive coconut coffee porter in collaboration with local Vegas brewery, Crafthaus. The specialty cocktail is $16 or $35 with a keepsake mug.

O’Shea’s Casino

Partiers will find 50 types of beer, table games, an outdoor bar, and nightly entertainment at this Irish casino at The Linq. Lucky the Leprechaun always keeps the party upbeat. This is probably the most popular Irish spot in town.

<span data-author="-1">O’Shea’s Casino </span>
O’Shea’s Casino
The Linq Promenade [Official Site]

Sean Patrick's

With four area locations, Sean Patrick’s is by far the most ubiquitous option for Irish bars. Find banger’s and mash, pints of Guinness, and half off drinks every day from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and 12 a.m. 2 a.m. Outdoor seating and billiards make it a casual spot to enjoy an afternoon.

The Cabinet of Curiosities

The Cabinet of Curiosities at Horseshoe Las Vegas has a special seasonal menu for St. Patrick’s Day available through March 31. While the bar isn’t Irish, it’s offering themed cocktails for $18 and shots for $8. The Luckiest Charm has vanilla vodka, amaretto, Bailey’s Irish Cream, heavy cream, and honey, topped with Lucky Charms marshmallows. The Nutty Irishman shot uses Bailey’s Irish Cream and Frangelico with caramel syrup and crushed nuts.

PUB 365

Pair a green beer with shepherd’s pie on St. Patrick’s Day from 12 p.m. to 2 a.m. for $15.99. Customers can also order a Reuben sandwich with pub chips for $15.99 through March 17.

The Pub Lake Las Vegas

Come for the beer, stay for friendly service, never-greasy fish and chips, games like Jenga, and a comfortable outdoor patio. The vibe is more laid back than other Irish bars since it’s close to Lake Las Vegas, but that’s likely what you’re after if you’re out here.

New York-New York Hotel & Casino

The Celtic Feis St. Patrick’s Day festival is returning for another year at New York-New York Hotel & Casino on Friday, March 17. The all-day event will run from 10 a.m. to midnight and will feature live music from Celtic bands and DJs, traditional Irish food offerings from Nine Fine Irishmen, a parade across the property, and more. Access to the festival area starts at $ 10 and kicks off at 10 a.m. with a parade led by the Las Vegas Emerald Society Pipe Band at the main entrance of New York-New York Hotel & Casino and makes its way through the casino, ending on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Nine Fine Irishmen

Dig into a traditional Irish breakfast with bangers, rashers, corned beef hash, and homestyle potatoes before quaffing Guinness on at Nine Fine Irishmen at New York-New York. Go traditional with Shepherd’s pie or corned beef and cabbage.

<span data-author="-1">Nine Fine Irishmen </span>
Nine Fine Irishmen
New York-New York [Official Site]

McMullan’s Irish Pub

Round the clock, McMullan’s dishes out Irish fare such as snack-sized versions of fish and chips, Irish sausage rolls, and Irish nachos made with potato chips layered with cheddar cheese, bacon, tomatoes, chives, and sour cream. For breakfast, try the homemade corned beef hash with poached eggs.

<span data-author="-1">McMullan’s Irish Pub </span>
McMullan’s Irish Pub
McMullan’s Irish Pub/Facebook

Rí Rá

Bits and pieces of Irish pubs were shipped over to Las Vegas for Rí Rá at Mandalay Place. Irish curry, an Irish mac and cheese, and grilled bangers and mash come on the dinner menu, while brunch brings a breakfast boxty with sausage, egg and Hollandaise, or an Irish Benedict. Be sure to check out the Guinness Store next door to learn how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness.

Ri Ra
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Ritchie McNeely's

The Irish pub at the District at Green Valley Ranch is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with $5 Jameson, $5 Guinness and $5 green beer. The bar also has a robust offering of whiskeys, including Irish whiskeys, plus bites like Reuben sandwiches and Irish nachos.

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