Seattle residents (and visitors) have a nice selection of Irish Pub's to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in: all with live music! Check out these five choices and find the best choice for finding your Irish this Sunday!
The Celtic Swell Irish Pub
2722 Alki Avenue SW,
Seattle, WA 98116
On Sunday March 17 the Celtic Swell finishes off their 3-day St. Patrick‘s Day celebration. Come party Irish style at the pub from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
The Celtic Swell is Irish built, owned and operated. It is our sincere desire to bring a little piece of Ireland to you. Just like in Ireland, the whole family is warmly welcome. All of our delicious menu items are made in-house and prepared to order.
Celtic Swell St. Patrick’s Day 9th Anniversary celebration schedule
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ~ Irish Brunch: Eat, Drink and be Merry
11 a.m. ~ Live Music begins and continues until closing
2 p.m. to 3 p.m. ~ Seattle Fire Department Pipe and Drums performance
Irish food and drink specials all day long. Don’t miss their yummy Guinness Brownie a perfect St. Patrick’s dessert.
2801 Alaskan Way #103
Seattle, WA 98121
Located at Pier 70, Paddy Coyne’s can be found right on the beautiful Seattle waterfront. The Irish Pub is kid friendly and even has a pet friendly waterfront patio.
Paddy Coyne St. Patrick’s day schedule:
11 a.m. JP Hennessy
1:30 p.m. Seattle Irish Dance Co
4 p.m. Seattle Police Pipes and Drums
8 p.m. Fiasco
Fado Irish Pub
Location: 801 1st Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104
The Fado Irish Pub is just a short walk from Pike's Place Market and Pioneer Square. Partiers (over 21) are invited to the 13th Annual St Patrick’s Day Bash when the doors open at 8 a.m. Live music will begin at 9:00 a.m. and continue until closing. Performers will include:
Junior on the Prowl
Servants of the Rich,
The Seattle Firefighter Pipe Band
There will be a $15 cover beginning at noon
The parking lot diagonally across from pub is $6 all day on Sunday while Street parking is free.
T.S. McHugh's Irish Pub & Restaurant
21 Mercer St.
T.S. McHugh’s Irish Pub & Restaurant is located just one block from the historic Seattle Center making it a great place to stop by after enjoying the nearby fun.
The pub is offering a special St. Patrick’s Day menu for the day which includes a variety of breakfast items. Try their Bailey's Irish Cream Pie which is super tasty!
Taste a few of T.S. McHugh’s 21 beers on tap while enjoying the music of Claypipe and Creeping Time. There is a cover charge for the bar but not the dinning room.
Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub
1916 Post Alley,
Seattle, WA 98101
Located in Post Alley above Pike Place Market Pike Place Market, Kells is a great place to hit when spending the day shopping but even more fun on St. Patty‘s Day!
Kells 30th anniversary St. Patrick’s festival opens at 9 a.m. (don’t miss their traditional Irish breakfast) with live music beginning at noon which includes:
The Blarney Bhoys
Mairtin O hUigin
The $20.00 admission includes a limited Festival T-shirt