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Six Places to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day On 17th Ave

We may not be in Ireland, but us Calgarians love to party, and these 17th Ave businesses have some tricks up their sleeve to ring in this St. Patrick’s Day with a bang. From Irish breakfast specials to all the Jamesons and Guinness you can handle, here’s how some of your favourite 17th Ave businesses will be celebrating on March 17.  

 

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Jamesons  

Start your St. Patrick’s Day off at Jamesons on 17th with their hearty Irish breakfast special paired with a cold Guiness, on special for just $5, and end it with your pals listening to Frontiers Band from 12-6 p.m. and a DJ who will play until close.  

1230 17 Ave SW, jamesonspubs.com

 

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Trolley 5

You can always expect a party at 17th Ave’s very own brewhouse, Trolley 5. This year on St. Patrick’s Day, they will be having a mini tap takeover with Fitzsimmons Brewing, $5 Jamesons, and performances from both New Soul Duo and Blakey O’Brien Irish Dancers.  

728 17 Ave SW, trolley5.com 

 

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Ship & Anchor  

After three long years, the Ship & Anchor is bringing back their St. Patrick’s Day festivities! There will be live entertainment with the first band starting at noon, as well as tons of great local beers and eats throughout the day. 

534 17 Ave SW, shipandanchor.com

 

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Honey Lounge and Bar  

Stop into Calgary’s only carnival-inspired lounge this St. Patrick’s Day for the lucky charm cocktails, St. Paddy’s fishbowls and drink specials on Jamesons, Guinness cans and draft beer! They will also have a DJ playing throughout the evening, and no cover charge until 10 p.m.!  

1324 17 Ave SW, honeycalgary.ca

 

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Cleaver  

Cleaver’s executive chef hails from Ireland, so you know this trendy 17th Ave spot will be serving up authentic and delicious Irish eats this St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy all-day happy hour along with specials on their Irish Rover, full Irish sliders and pints of Guinness.  

524 17 Ave SW Unit 102, cleavercalgary.com

 

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National on 17th  

Beer is an essential on St. Patrick’s Day, and National on 17th has no shortage of all your favourites. They will be celebrating this Irish holiday with craft lager on special for $5 all day, as well an opportunity for you to win two tickets to Vegas. Talk about luck of the Irish.  

550 17 Ave SW, ntnl.ca

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