st. patricks day
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.
If you’re headed into D.C. on Sunday you may want to allow for some extra time.
St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most festive holidays in the D.C. area. Here are the best places to park the whole family when the city turns Irish for a day!
St. Patty’s Day in the DC area means plenty of green beer, great deals on traditional Irish cuisines, live Irish music and lots of fun. Whether you’re Irish or not, head on over to one of these DC area pubs and enjoy the festivities.
Its St. Patrick’s Day and you want to celebrate like the Irish. Head to the following bars for guaranteed fun and a constant flow of green beer.