The countdown is on to parades, shamrocks and all things green. If celebrating Irish traditions is on your to-do list this St. Patrick’s Day, Duluth.com has you covered! Here are three St. Patty’s Day bashes around the Northland.
Dubh Linn’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration is a total slam dunk. Best of Minnesota has already voted them the Best Pub in Minnesota for St. Patrick’s Day, and the Second Best Overall Event to attend in the state for the holiday.
Doors open bright and early at 10 a.m. with live Irish music (be ready for bagpipes!), along with a made from scratch authentic Irish menu, new pub brews (green beer, anyone?), games, contests and prizes, and Hammerschlagen.
Nestled between Minnesota Surplus and Toasty’s on Superior Street, RT Quinlan’s is already decked out for a St. Patty’s party. Doors open at 10 a.m. every day, with Bill O’Flanagan kicking off live music at 5 p.m. Friday, followed by an hour-long set of Irish music from Circuit Breakers at 9 p.m.
Grab a Pabst or Grainbelt beer for $2.50, a domestic tap for $2.25, or a rail drink for $3.25. RT’s will also have the green beer flowing all day.
A short drive down I-35 toward Cloquet will bring you to corned beef and cabbage, Irish potato soup and Reubens – all ready and waiting at the Rendezvous in Scanlon! Famous already for their epic Monster Mary of the Weekend (seriously, it has an entire slice of pizza on it!), the Rendezvous is also turning St. Patty’s Day up a notch with green beer, Irish whiskey, lime vodka and a free shirt for the first 100 guests.
Oh… and there’s an all you can eat fish fry. Need we say more?
Duluth.com wishes you all the luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!