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7 Ways to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day in London

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7 Ways to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day in London

In case you can’t make it across to Ireland to celebrate…


Looking for the best St Patrick’s Day celebrations in London for 2017? Check out on of these events.

York & Albany beef and Guinness pie

York & Albany beef and Guinness pie

The Bloomsbury Club Bar

Taking inspiration from its Irish heritage, The Bloomsbury Club Bar will be celebrating with a special St Patrick’s Day party on Friday 17th March, featuring an exclusive whiskey collaboration with The Dingle Whiskey Distillery, Irish river dancers and an Irish menu including Baked West Coast Oysters and Murphy’s Blissful Butterscotch Ice Cream. Enjoy an array of Irish inspired cocktails created with Dingle Original Gin, Dingle Distillery Vodka and the newly launched Dingle Distillery Single Malt Whiskey.

Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill

Richard Corrigan’s Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill will be hosting a Feast of St Patrick’s Day lunch on Friday 17th March, with live music, plenty of food, (mostly from Richard’s Irish estate Virginia Park Lodge) as well as plenty of Irish merriment. Beginning at 12pm, guests can expect to enjoy four courses, kicking off with Bentley’s rooftop smoked salmon, followed by traditional St Patrick’s Day dishes of Irish stew and Bacon and cabbage and finishing with Irish apple tart with Jameson Cream followed by coffee and chocolates.

Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill

108 Brasserie

On St Patrick’s Day, 108 Brasserie will be offering complimentary tasters of Irish-inspired food and drink, including Guinness bread and an authentic Irish coffee. A traditional Irish dish including, bacon loin, cabbage and parsley sauce will be on the lunch and dinner menu for £16 along with The Dingle Sour cocktail, consisting of Dingle Gin, sugar syrup, plum bitter and egg white, exclusively available on Friday 17th March.

108 Brasserie Guinness Bread

The Mayor of London’s Official St Patrick’s Festival at Camden Market

Expect a line-up of live Irish bands, including the legendary Kila and Moxie, family events, a Guinness Bar, and Irish street food. Many of Camden Market’s traders including The Cheese Bar; Butchies; Crosstown Doughnuts; Voodoo Ray’s; Chin Chin Labs; and Cereal Killers, will also be getting involved, serving exclusive St Patrick’s specials. Festivities will go on until Sunday 19 March.

St Patrick's Day at Camden Market

Seymour’s Parlour, The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day at The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone with rare and vintage Irish whiskies, in collaboration with the Whiskey Exchange and Jameson. Find out more at

The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone

Gordon Ramsay Group

Head to your favourite Gordon Ramsay restaurant for a festive treat. Bread Street Kitchen are offering a Guinness and Champagne ‘Black Velvet Cocktail’ while York & Albany have a classic beef and Guinness pie.

Guinness and Champagne ‘Black Velvet Cocktail’ 

Guinness St Patrick’s Day Party

The official London Beer Week Friday night after-party is taking place at The Pickle Factory, adjacent to Oval Space, from 8pm– 1am, and promises food brought to you by KERB, live music and perfectly poured pints of the infamous Black Stuff. Entry to the St. Patrick’s Day Party is just £15 and includes a free pint of Guinness. Tickets:

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