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Caught in Dot: St. Patrick’s Day Roundup

You know what they say—if you’re lucky enough to be Irish you’re lucky enough! And how lucky are we that St. Paddy’s Day falls on a weekend? Dorchester has lots going on, get your green on and celebrate!

Dorset Hall
Dorset Hall will be hosting an all-day St. Paddy’s Day shindig. They’ll have a live music session by Jinty, traditional Irish food & drink specials all day long, and a Teeling Whiskey Ice Sculpture.

The Industry
The fun starts at The Industry with a full Irish breakfast served from 10am-4pm. The Connolly Irish Dancers will be there from 1:30 to 2pm and DJ Bren will be spinning tunes from 1-4pm!

Dorchester Brewing Company
Skip the lines and head to DBC, where they’ll be expanding their capacity to fit everyone who wants to have fun. Fresh beer, live music, traditional food and more. The fun starts at 11:30am!

Eire Pub
A time-honored tradition! The Eire Pub will be serving up corned beef and cabbage all day long.  Pairs perfectly with Guinness!

Lower Mills Tavern
Lower Mills Tavern will be featuring live Irish sessions all day long!  Make sure to stop by for lunch or dinner!  We highly recommend their craft cocktail The Irish made with Irish whiskey, maple liqueur, cinnamon simple, hot coffee; topped with chocolate whipped cream & dash of salt 11.

Lucy’s American Tavern
Get lucky at Lucy’s from March 15th-March 18th! Enjoy 4 days of celebrations including whiskey tastings, Irish food, live music and more!

Landmark Public House
Landmark will have the Connolly Academy of Irish Dance at 11am, followed by Justin Beech at 12pm, Catunes at 4pm, plus a live DJ at 8pm. They’ll be serving the good stuff (aka corned beef & cabbage) all day and weather permitting, they’ll have an outdoor patio and beer stations.

What did we miss? Send us your St. Paddy’s celebrations!

Looking to keep the St. Patrick’s Day fun going?  Check out Caught in Southie’s Guide to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade! 

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Mairead Mcgonagle

Pronounced like “parade with an M,” Mairead loves all things nautical, Vineyard-y, and Irish (in case the name didn’t give it away). She can often be found bopping around Adams Village, testing out the local food scene, and running marathons strictly for the post-race beverages.