st. patricks day
There’s no need for D.C. area residents to travel far and wide to celebrate the best of St. Paddy’s Day events. From D.C., Maryland and Virginia, there’s sure to be a holiday-themed event in your neck of the woods, whether you want to drink and be merry or just soak up some culture.
District of Columbia police say they are increasing alcohol enforcement throughout the city for St. Patrick’s Day.
The Irish are known for their fabulous food, delicious drinks and warm hospitality. Whether you are Irish or not, remember the most commonly recognized patron saint of Ireland and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at one of these best bars in the DC area.
Police say they have arrested the fourth person they were looking for in the videotaped beating of a Virginia man on St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Baltimore.
Authorities say a man bit off the finger of his friend during a drunken fight in the parking lot of an Arlington bar.
President Barack Obama tilted back a glass of the dark Irish brew Saturday, observing St. Patrick’s Day at a boisterous Irish pub with his ancestral cousin from Moneygall, Ireland, at his side.
St. Patty’s Day in DC means pints of beer, good food and plenty of live entertainment. Whether you prefer the sounds of Irish bagpipes or the music from today’s leading DJs, bands and entertainers, DC has got a St. Patty’s Day live music celebration just for you.
This St. Patrick’s Day, there are a number of places to satisfy your corned beef and cabbage craving and imbibe in a dish that’s sure to carry with it the luck of the Irish.
A nonprofit organization is offering free cab rides to St. Patrick’s Day revelers in the Washington area to help curb drunken driving.
While plans are underway to build the Irish American Museum in Washington, DC, the museum website offers a glimpse of what’s to come through virtual exhibits highlighting the lives of three Irish American inventors.