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Where to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Austin With Beer and Food

Bars and restaurants offering Guinness, mint pies, and bagpipes

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St. Patrick’s Day is a big drinking and feasting holiday, with Irish beers, whiskeys, and food. Eater compiled the celebrations of Ireland’s patron saint around Austin to drink green and more. There’s bagpipe music over at Jack & Ginger, special pies at Tiny Pies, and so much green beer and even cider.

Keep up the drinking vibes with Austin’s best beer and brewery destinations, dives, bars and restaurants for whiskey, happy hours, and other cocktail spots, both iconic and new.

Everything below takes place on Thursday, March 17, unless otherwise noted. Know of any big St. Patrick’s Day bash or restaurant/bar specials that are missing below? Let Eater know through austin@eater.com

As with all businesses right now, be sure to call ahead to make sure each restaurant is still open or if there are updates on current offerings and service models, as things are changing constantly. Follow the business’s rules, be sure to wear a mask, and tip well.

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Cork & Barrel Craft Kitchen + Microbrewery

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The Round Rock Irish spot is also celebrating its birthday on St. Patrick’s Day with a huge party full of live music, dances, and dish/drink specials, including a Guinness beer station. It runs from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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Dishes from Cork & Barrel.
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Jack & Ginger's Irish Pub

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Rock Rose's Irish pub will host an epic block party from noon to 10 p.m. for St. Patrick's Day. Expect live music (including bagpipes), green beer, and Irish culinary specialties. The cover charge starts at $20.

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Tiny Pies

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The bakery known for its little pies is making a green grasshopper pie for St. Patrick’s Day, a mint-green creme de menthe in a chocolate cookie crust with whipped cream. It’s available at all four locations of the bakery.

A pie with pale green cream.
The grasshopper pie at Tiny Pies.
Tiny Pies

B.D. Riley's Irish Pub at Mueller

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The Irish bar will be throwing a party for the day, with live music, food, and drinks starting at noon.

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B.D. Riley’s.
B.D. Riley’s

The Cavalier

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The East Austin bar’s family- and dog-friendly St. Patrick’s Day party includes yard games, a DJ, drinks, and food, taking place in its outside space. It runs from 3 p.m. to sunset.

Austin Eastciders Barton Springs - Restaurant

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The South Austin location of the cidery will have green cider on deck for St. Patrick’s Day starting at 11 a.m.

Gibson Street Bar

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The South Lamar bar’s St. Patrick’s Day party includes Jell-O shots, Irish car bombs, and Guinness starting at 4 p.m.

Baker St. Pub & Grill

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The British pub is leaning Irish for the day with live music, green beer, corned beef and cabbage, plus more from 11 a.m. well into 2 a.m.

Cork & Barrel Craft Kitchen + Microbrewery

Fried food on plates.
Dishes from Cork & Barrel.
Cork & Barrel/Facebook

The Round Rock Irish spot is also celebrating its birthday on St. Patrick’s Day with a huge party full of live music, dances, and dish/drink specials, including a Guinness beer station. It runs from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Fried food on plates.
Dishes from Cork & Barrel.
Cork & Barrel/Facebook

Jack & Ginger's Irish Pub

Jack & Ginger’s
Jack & Ginger’s
Jack & Ginger’s/Facebook

Rock Rose's Irish pub will host an epic block party from noon to 10 p.m. for St. Patrick's Day. Expect live music (including bagpipes), green beer, and Irish culinary specialties. The cover charge starts at $20.

Jack & Ginger’s
Jack & Ginger’s
Jack & Ginger’s/Facebook

Tiny Pies

A pie with pale green cream.
The grasshopper pie at Tiny Pies.
Tiny Pies

The bakery known for its little pies is making a green grasshopper pie for St. Patrick’s Day, a mint-green creme de menthe in a chocolate cookie crust with whipped cream. It’s available at all four locations of the bakery.

A pie with pale green cream.
The grasshopper pie at Tiny Pies.
Tiny Pies

B.D. Riley's Irish Pub at Mueller

A bar.
B.D. Riley’s.
B.D. Riley’s

The Irish bar will be throwing a party for the day, with live music, food, and drinks starting at noon.

A bar.
B.D. Riley’s.
B.D. Riley’s

The Cavalier

The East Austin bar’s family- and dog-friendly St. Patrick’s Day party includes yard games, a DJ, drinks, and food, taking place in its outside space. It runs from 3 p.m. to sunset.

Austin Eastciders Barton Springs - Restaurant

The South Austin location of the cidery will have green cider on deck for St. Patrick’s Day starting at 11 a.m.

Gibson Street Bar

The South Lamar bar’s St. Patrick’s Day party includes Jell-O shots, Irish car bombs, and Guinness starting at 4 p.m.

Baker St. Pub & Grill

The British pub is leaning Irish for the day with live music, green beer, corned beef and cabbage, plus more from 11 a.m. well into 2 a.m.

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