Best of Liberty Village

Best spots in Liberty Village to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

By  | 

For 2017, St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday. Who has already arranged to sneak out a little early to start the celebrations and festivities? Lucky for us, here in Liberty Village, many of our resident pubs have already planned ahead and can’t wait to welcome everyone to be Irish for a day!

Courtesy The Craft Brasserie

The Craft Brasserie

Enjoy live Irish sounds from Robbie and Matthew in the evening starting at 8 pm. An epic beer selection awaits everyone with 100 varieties to choose from. Munch on some great food, with dishes like braised short rib tacos, buttermilk fried chicken and a coconut chicken rice bowl. Be sure to visit them at 107 Atlantic Ave, or online, on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Courtesy Local Public Eatery

Local Public Eatery

St. Patrick’s day just wouldn’t be St. Patrick’s day without green beer, right? Local Public Eatery has that covered and will be pouring all day. With their “Irish, You Were Beer” campaign, enjoy drinks and of course their Happy Hour specials from 3pm-6pm. Head on over early as they do not take reservations. Learn more online, on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

Courtesy Brazen Head

Brazen Head

A day just is not enough to celebrate this annual Irish celebration at Liberty Village Irish Pub Festivities are 5 days long at Brazen Head, with the first couple of days used as practice rounds for the main event on the 17th. Continue celebrating throughout the rest of the weekend too! Live music will be played on all 3 floors, specials on Irish drinks will be featured and fun for all will be had. Swing by Brazen Head at 165 E Liberty St or visit them online, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Courtesy 3 Brasseurs

3 Brewers

Welcome 3 Brewers to the Liberty Village pub crawl mix for their first St. Patrick’s Day here. A special Irish beer will be available from March 15th to April 18th called Maple Forest, and other festivities will be ongoing throughout the day too. Two floors of seating are available with beer brewing and served all day long. To learn more, visit them online, on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

In previous years, we have been blessed with nice weather and are able to celebrate on patios. What are the chances of that happening this year? Let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope that this does happen. No matter what, please be safe and enjoy responsibly.

Liberty Village Pub Crawl Guide

Top 12 Patios in Liberty Village

Best spots in CityPlace to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day


Meg Marshall

Meg is a fashion enthusiast, loves checking out Toronto restaurants, is a horse mom, and loves the community of Liberty Village. When not in Toronto, she can often be found in Chicago, another favourite city of hers. Check out her personal blog at