Saint Patrick's Day
Monday-Sunday: Opens 11am



No standing in the line up!

Free party favours!
(while supplies last)

Come & go as you please!
(according to AGLC and fire regulations)


Get your tickets NOW so you won’t be left out in the cold!!



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Check out the pictures from last year's celebration on Facebook!



We've got the BEST party in town!


Friday, March 17th - Doors open at 10AM


Free gift with early purchase of tickets, Live performance by Fraid Knot, a full Irish menu, and the perfect pint of Guinness.


To the Irish everywhere
, St. Patrick’s day is a time of national celebration - like a second Christmas - a time for remembering the Patron Saint of Ireland and enjoying themselves to the full. For others, St. Patrick’s Day is a great opportunity to share in an Irish Party; a chance to experience Ireland’s drinks, music and customs.

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17, his religious feast day and the anniversary of his death in the fifth century. The Irish have observed this day as a religious holiday for over a thousand years. St. Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland, is credited with converting the Irish to Christianity in the middle of the fifth century AD. He is also closely associated with two popular legends.

The first was his use of the three-leafed shamrock plant- now the symbol of Ireland - to illustrate the idea of the Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. The second is that he is said to have driven all the snakes in Ireland into the sea. (Even today, there are no snakes in the country.)