Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Miami

At first glance, Ireland and Miami may not appear to have much in common. What they do share, however, is a deep-rooted love of a celebration. Happily, it’s easy to paint the beach green on March 17.

Fadó Irish Pub

Founded in 1996 by a small group of Irish entrepreneurs, Fadó does Irish right (the cod for their fish and chips, for example, is caught right off Ireland in the Atlantic). And that’s true on Saint Patrick’s Day, too, when you can join in a massive outdoor block party, featuring some of the city’s best DJs, dancing, and plenty of Guinness and Irish whiskey.

Mike’s at Venetia

This family run Irish pub is hard to find (it’s located on the ninth floor of a condo building), but it’s worth the effort, especially on Saint Patrick’s Day. It’s not exactly Irish, but it has been celebrating the holiday for 29 years and you don’t want to go to Mike’s without trying the pizza.

Playwright Irish Pub & Restaurant

Make this your first stop on Saint Paddy’s Day, as Premier League soccer fans will already be filling the place up. With its dark wood and pub atmosphere, Playwright offers a respite (if you need it) from Miami’s sunshine and beach vibe.

Finnegan’s Way

The festivities start at 9 a.m. at this Ocean Drive pub with Irish food, green beer, and an amazing view.

The Irish Times Pub & Eatery

Billed as the “dream child of true Irish owners,” the Irish Times shines on March 17 when it serves up corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, and bangers and mash.

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day from StorageMart

At StorageMart, we love to be a part of the communities we serve, which is why we’re happy to bring you this round-up of local Saint Patrick’s Day events.