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St. Patrick's Day Fun in Fort Worth

If you are looking for somewhere to celebrate St. Paddy's Day, there is no shortage of choices.

Paddy Reds is sure to have a huge turnout for St. Patrick's Day, especially since it was voted the best pub in Fort Worth in 2009. Their happy hours specials run from 3pm to 7pm.

The Gingerman Pub will have live music by Ginny Mac with the Panther City Bandits starting at 7pm. Does it get better than good music, Irish beer and no cover?

Finn MacCool's Pub on 8th Ave. will be hosting their annual St. Patrick's Day party on Wednesday. The rear lot will be closed to make room for the live band and hoards of people who show up to drink the unlimited supply of green beer. This is the party of the year for Finn fans.

The Pour House is hosting a cookout on the patio from 2pm to 6pm with the Josh Weathers Band. In honor of the holiday, redheads get in free, and there will even be a sexiest redhead contest with a cash prize.

Stop by Poag Mahone's Irish Pub for its St. Patrick's Day Madness. They will have the normal happy hour prices. Did you know the Gaelic translation for Poag Mahone is "Kiss my "? Now this is my type of bar!

Baker St. Pub in Fort Worth and Sherlock's in Arlington. With green beer on tap and live music on stage, they are no doubt the places to be seen.

The long awaited return of Shamrock Pub is over. It is now known as the Shamrock Tavern. It opened its doors on Tuesday, just in time to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

Don't dismiss Woody's Tavern just because it isn't Irish! They will have $2 Killians, $3 Guiness, $5.50 Car Bombs, and a jukebox loaded with Irish Tunes.

It's ladies night at Spencer's Corner for St. Patrick's Day. Ladies get the first drink free!

The Mule Pub may not be known for its Irish roots, but it is hosting a St. Patrick's Day party nonetheless.

If you can't make it out on Wednesday, you can celebrate any time from now until Wednesday with TGIFriday's St. Patrick's Day drink features, the Irish 'Rita and the St. Paddy's Peach. Both sound thirst quenching to me.

The Irish bar that will miss out on the St. Paddy's Day festivities is Delaney's Irish Pub, but don't worry, it is opening soon.
 

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