St. Patrick’s Day celebrations starts today at O’Toole’s with an Irish Wake
So it begins.
Beer and good times flowed across Scott’s Addition Saturday afternoon in what was the first street festival of the year.
The annual Irish-themed street party kicks off at 11:00 AM Saturday, March 12th.
Blarney Bash is the new St. Patrick’s Day Festival in Shockoe Bottom
With more area festivals than you can shake a shillelagh at, here’s a look at what you can expect at each, whether you’re trying to get Shamrock’d or just have a little fun out with the family.
The popular event drew a crowd of over 10,000 people last year.
The event, now in its second year, drew a crowd of over 20,000 in 2014.
You can take the Shamrock out of Shockoe but you can’t take the Irish.
Looking to party, but not looking to drive? Here’s how you can get around town with someone else behind the wheel.
The event keeps getting bigger, and can grow even more at its new location.
You shouldn’t sleep on this March festival, and here’s why.
These are exciting times for a West End pub that just might be RVA’s closest connection to Ireland.
Being a bartender is about more than crafting cocktails; it’s about creating relationships. The Richmond chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild hope to support just that.
Four bands for $5.
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RVA won’t be getting pinched this St. Paddy’s Day.
St. Patrick’s Day is known for beer, but one of RVA’s best barkeeps, Heritage’s Mattias Hägglund, has an egg-infused drink keeping with the Irish spirit.
Penny Lane is a proper pub, and accordingly serves hearty pub fare. Their version of shepherd’s pie will definitely fill you up (and then some).
Tropical Storm Gaston couldn’t stop Rosie Connolly’s, a pub that will soon celebrate its ninth St. Patrick’s Day.
OK, OK, we know this is old, but it is consistently one of our most searched articles on this site. Apparently the Internet really wants to know how to throw down really inauthentically on St. Patrick’s Day.