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Cleveland St. Patrick's Day Guide 2019

Everybody is Irish on St. Patrick's Day so deck yourself out in green, grab some friends and join in on the fun.
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Here are some of the best festive places to eat, drink & celebrate - Sláinte!

St Patricks Day, parade, horses

St. Patrick's Day Parade

A 152 year old tradition, this family-friendly event is a must. Pick a spot on Superior Avenue between E.9th and E.12th Streets for the best view. The parade route and other information can be found hereYou can purchase your 2019 Annual Pin and help raise money for the parade.

Theme: Irish Churches of the Diocese of Cleveland

Start time: 2:04 pm

Bars and Pubs

The Flat Iron Cafe (Flats West)
*opened in 1910, it's Cleveland's oldest Irish pub
*details of the Flat Iron's festivities

Parnell's Pub (Playhouse Square or Cleveland Heights)

Stone Mad (Gordon Square)

Flannery's Pub - (E.4th) 
*Newly renovated

The Old Angle Tavern (Ohio City)

The Harp (Detroit Shoreway)

Collision Bend Brewery (Flats East Bank)
*details of the CBBC festivities

P.J. McIntyre's (Kamm's Corners)

Great Lakes Brewing Company
*details of the GLBC festivities

Corned Beef

Slyman's (original - Saint Clair Ave.)

Slyman's Tavern (Independence or Beachwood)

Danny's Deli (St. Clair Ave.)

Corky & Lenny's (inside the JACK and in Woodmere)

Chicago Deli (Solon)

Simon's Restaurant & Deli (Brecksville)


Head over to for a list of twelve Irish concerts taking place in and around Cleveland.

No matter how you decide to celebrate, please make sure to be safe and don't drink and drive.

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