St. Patrick’s Day
It’s okay if you are coming just to partake in the green beer, but have not a clue about this celebration and all its ballyhoo – it’s just a pleasure for these St. Patrick’s Day bars to see their guests take a delight in being Irish for one day.
Anyone in San Francisco that may have too much to drink while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, has the option to get a free cab ride home, courtesy Luxor Cab and Berg Injury Lawyers.
Thousands of Bay Area residents came out for San Francisco’s 162nd annual Saint Patrick’s Day parade to honor Irish culture, poetry, music, and lots of green.
Jan Wahl reviews “A Fierce Green Fire,” a documentary about the efforts and goals of environmental activism. Wahl also gives suggestions for St. Patrick’s Day…
Grab the kids and connect with the Irish in the family as you head for the greenest events of the year throughout the Bay Area, celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day and March, designated Irish American Heritage Month.
Stick to this list of bars and you can rest assured that this St. Patrick’s day will be a memorable one.
Fortunately for South Bay geeks, plenty of activities exist in the area, including hackathons, seeing geeky movies and techie interest groups.
Crowds gathered along San Francisco’s Market Street and in Civic Center Plaza Saturday morning to catch the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and festival.
Raise your pint and toast to the luck of the Irish as you kick back and enjoy live music on St. Patrick’s Day. Here are your best bets for live music in San Francisco on this lucky Day.
Corned beef and cabbage is by no means considered Ireland’s national dish, but emerged as an Irish-American cultural tradition in the 19th century. Today, Irish Americans widely celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a meal of corned beef and cabbage.