Enjoying St. Patrick’s Day in Reno Tahoe USA
Here are some ways to enjoy the St. Patrick’s Day in and around Reno Tahoe. The green beer will be flowing, but family friendly events exist as well. Those who enjoy the Irish pub scene will find a wide selection of establishments from which to choose.
Reno Tahoe Irish Pubs
Irish pubs and bars in Reno Tahoe provide locals and visitors alike, real authentic Irish food, music, dance, and other entertainment.
St Patrick’s Day Events
Amendment 21 St. Patrick’s Day Parking Lot Party
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Amendment! Doors open at 11am with specials on Irish coffee & Corned Beef & Cabbage. Irish food & drink specials continue all evening. They will have plenty of space with bars set up inside and out. The Celtic Band “317” performs at 6pm. DJ JDUB continues the party well into the evening. Amendment 21 is in downtown Reno at 425 S. Virginia Street at California Avenue. For more information, visit their Facebook page or call (775) 786-0808.
3rd Annual Ceol Irish Pub’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
If you were here last year, well then you know. If you were not here, then you need to be part of the best St. Pat’s Hooley of all!
Music performed by the Twelve Strings Band from Ireland.
Returning for our 3rd St. Patrick’s Day Hooley are our friends Kieth and Dan of the Blarney Band.
Food will be available from 11am to 11pm prepared by Reno’s own Men Wielding Fire.
The beer will be flowing the music will be jamming and a good time will be had by all!
Rapscallion St. Patrick’s Day Event
The annual all-day event features live music, green beer and Irish stew under the canopy in their parking lot. The Rapscallion Seafood House and Bar is at 1555 S. Wells Avenue in Reno. For more information, call (775) 323-1211 or visit them online.
St. Patty’s day at the Cadillac Ranch & Rack & Pinz
Come celebrate St. Patty’s Day with Coors Light, KRZQ, Cadillac Ranch & Rack & Pinz.
March 17th starting at 4pm – Live bands, Green beer, yummy food, beer garden and finish the night with live band in Cadillac Ranch @ 10pm.
Make a $1 donation to start the Spring Forward Pay It forward Campaign raising money for the Children’s Cabinet, SPCA and Keep Truckee Meadows Blue. For more information, visit their Facebook page or call 775-331-2000
Cue And Cushion’s Annual St. Paddy’s Day Party
Buy a $13 wristband and receive all you can drink Guinness, Harp, Murphey’s, and Green Beer till the kegs run dry, $4 Irish Car Bomb’s or any other Irish Shot, $8.95 Cornbeef And Cabbage, And last but not least free rides to and from the Wells Pub Crawl on their famous Cue And Cushion Fire Truck!!!!!
For more information visit their Facebook page or call 775-322-0116
Club Cal Neva St. Patrick’s Day Beer Crawl
A $10 cover gets you libations from assorted casino bars, and enter the costume contest for $100 prizes for most traditional, sexiest, and more outrageous. Winners chosen at at cabaret bar at 9 p.m. Crawl includes: Front bar: Shot of whiskey and a domestic beer, Keno bar: Killian’s Red, Cabaret bar: Car bomb, Sports bar: 16 oz. Harp Lager and well shot and the Skyway bar: Irish Thunder cocktail. For more information, visit http://blog.clubcalneva.com or call 775-323-1046
Donely’s St. Patty’s Day Specials
2174 Greenbrae Drive, Sparks, (775)356-0299. Owner Priscilla Preciado will be offering free Bangers and Mash, to their St Patty’s Day revelers.
3rd Annual St. Patrick’s – Along the Riverwalk
This unofficial bar hopping event takes place in downtown Reno’s Riverwalk District and is officially sponsored by the Riverwalk Merchant’s Association. From noon till closing on Saturday, March 20, look for drink specials, entertainment, and giveaways at these establishments – Imperial, SE7EN, SE7EN on West, Jungle Vino, Pizza Reno,Wild River Grille, Sierra Taphouse, and 5 Star Saloon.
Virginia City St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry Saturday, March 13th
Virginia City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is at noon, featuring marching leprechauns and other green attractions. In conjunction with the parade, participants in the 19th Annual Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry will be serving up these treats (yes, they are sheep testicles) cooked in a variety of ways. If you’ve never tried one, you should, as they taste a lot like clams, mussels and real oysters. For more information, contact the Virginia City Visitor’s Center at (775) 847-4386.