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Top 2014 St. Patrick’s Day Bars In Denver

March 6, 2014 6:00 AM

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St. Patrick’s Day in Denver is celebrated as one of downtown’s biggest annual parties. Many restaurants and bars offer specials throughout the day in the food, beverage and entertainment department. Serve up the luck of the Irish and the St. Patty’s Day celebratory fun with some of these top bars. If none of these tickle your Irish fancy, you can also reference the 2013 article by clicking the following link: Top Bars To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2013 In Denver.

Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant
1735 19th St.
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 297-0066
www.fadoirishpub.com/denver

Fado prides itself on telling the tale of Ireland’s rich and celebrated pub culture by offering top-notch service on all of its hearty food and beverage menu items. And because of its credible Irish ambiance, it is one of the Mile High City’s favorite places to raise a pint or toast with some whiskey in hand during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday. Located just off Wynkoop and nestled between Coors Field and the infamous Chop House restaurant, Fado is accessible, convenient and most of all, as green as it gets for reveling in your 2014 St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

Scruffy Murphy’s
2030 Larimer St.
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 291-6992
www.scruffymurphysirishpub.com

Dubbed one of the most authentic Irish pubs in Colorado, Scruffy Murphy’s is among the leaders for putting the lucky charm in your St. Patrick’s Day celebration. This independently owned and operated pub is complete with a beer garden and room for private parties. It is an ideal spot to grab a quick pint or party the day away with your friends and family. Let some Irish rub off on you this St. Patty’s Day while you sample a menu offering a plethora of beer, Irish scotch or American bourbon, in addition to sumptuous cuisine.

The Tilted Kilt Denver
1201 16th St.
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 893-5458
www.tiltedkilt.com

With historical roots in the Scottish pub traditions, The Tiltled Kilt has cornered the market by adding a little visual spice to its brand. The Kilt Girls cater to intrigue while serving both traditional pub fare and beverages as well as the more modern American pub cuisine all while adorned in their flirtatious attire. Dubbed “The best looking sports pub,” you can enjoy your St. Patrick’s libations while keeping up with your favorite sports teams on the TVs that line the walls or by indulging in arcade games throughout the venue.

Related: Top Bars To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2013 In Denver

Lodo’s Bar and Grill
1946 Market St.
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 293-8555
www.area93.com/keggs-n-eggs.html

The biggest St. Patrick’s Day bash in Denver is hosted by Lodo’s Bar & Grill downtown. Locals line up early each year in anticipation of satisfying their St. Patrick’s Day appetite with green kegs of beer and eggs, accompanied by the 93.3 concert. And that is only the kick off to the day-long fun at Lodo’s. This year’s celebration is scheduled for Friday, March 14 and the kegs and eggs will be tapped and served beginning at 7 a.m. You  must 21 to get in the door.

St. Patty’s Pub Crawl Denver
Denver, CO 80202
(855) 851-0399
www.pubcrawls.com/denver

Why limit yourself to one bar or pub this St. Patrick’s Day when you can participate in one of three pub crawls across downtown Denver? You can choose from different themes starting on Friday, March 14 for the “Happy Hour Crawl.” If you prefer Keggs & Eggs Friday, book your tickets for the Saturday, March 15 crawl to celebrate the “Luck Of the Irish.” Or go by the book and attend on Monday, March 17 for the “Official St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl.” Grab your lucky attire and “crawl” at your leisure. Complete details, including ticket information and meeting locations, are located on the website.

Related: Top Bars With History In Denver

Marian is a freelance writer with a passion for music, entertainment and nightlife. She writes regularly on assignment for Examiner.com as their Pop Music Journalist. You can view her page here.

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