St. Patrick’s Day gives the many Toronto residents with Irish ancestry and others who become Irish for a day the chance to celebrate their heritage. The following St. Patrick’s Day parties in Toronto
St. Patrick’s Day at The Mélange Restaurant
The Mélange Restaurant at 172 Main Street (at Gerrard St. E.) will be celebrating St. Patty’s Day as part of the 20th Annual Beaches Blues Fest and 10th Annual Danforth Music Fest. You can enjoy five bands during the St. Patrick’s Day celebration, which takes place March 15, 16 and 17, 2013. Tickets are $39.50 or two for $69.50 and include a t-shirt. Call 416-693-6325. The restaurant will be collecting for the Canine Cancer Comfort and Care.
St. Party’s Day in Toronto
Budweiser is now hosting the third annual St. Party’s Day in Toronto. The new venue is Ontario Place under a massive heated tent.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 16, 2013 beginning at 2 p.m. at the St. Patrick’s Day Loft Party at the Burroughes Building, 6th floor at 639 Queen St. W. Enjoy a rooftop patio, performances by top Toronto DJs, tables for games and food by Micha Kennedy Fries. Tickets are $20 plus a $2.19 admin fee.
St. Patty’s Day at The Foggy Dew
Enjoy $5 Irish Car Bomb shots from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, 2013, as well as midnight Guinness toasts at The Foggy Dew at 803 King St. W. in King West Village. Collect as many green beads as possible to win a gift card. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday, March 17 with live music by Johnny and the Shenanigans.
St. Patrick’s Day at the Brazen Head
Liberty Village’s popular hangout, The Brazen Head at 165 East Liberty Street, is getting primed for St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 16 with $4 Caesars, a Guiness toast at midnight and live music with Greg Wyard. Celebrations continue on Sunday, March 17, 2013.
St. Patty’s Day at An Sibin Pub
The An Sibin Pub (pronounced “Ahn She-been”) at 709 Queen Street East (at Broadview Avenue) in Riverdale is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day weekend with the Celtic rock band, The O’Deadly’s, performing on Saturday, March 16, 2013. On Sunday, March 17, traditional Irish musicians Tom Leighton and Conrad Kipping perform at noon, fiddler Alana Cline performs at 3 p.m. and Celtic rock band, The High Drive, performs at 5 p.m.