St. Patrick’s Day

10 Things You Didn’t Know About St. Patrick’s Day
Everyone enjoys putting on their best green clothes on March 17th and being Irish for a day. We’ve all heard there was a saint and something to do with snakes in Ireland and now we have parades and drink green beer. But what do we really know about St. Patrick’s Day?
10 Gloriously Green St. Patrick’s Day Foods
Everyone knows that St. Patrick’s Day is the one day out of the year when we’re all Irish. And, apparently that translates into wearing anything green and silly we can get our hands on and having as much to drink as we can carry at one time. But, there’s another strange tradition that has developed …
Five Random Facts About St. Patrick’s Day!
#1.)  St. Patrick Wasn't Irish. We've said it before and we'll say it again... St. Patrick wasn't actually Irish!  He was born in Scotland or Wales, and brought to Ireland as a slave.  Also, his name wasn't Patrick... his given name was Maewyn.
4 Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
If you’re “celebrating” St. Patrick’s day by simply donning your favorite green t-shirt, you’re doing it wrong. Do it right this year: parade through the streets, pack your bags for Dublin, get pelted by the contents of t…
History of the Irish Car Bomb
The Irish Car Bomb (a shot of Bailey's plopped in a pint of Guinness) is a popular drink around St. Patrick's Day, though some be surprised to hear it didn't originate in Ireland. In 1979, Charles B. Oat created the drink at Wilson's Saloon in Norwich, Connecticut, according to a…
St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland – Sober and Solemn?
While many people associate St. Patty's with heavy drinking and pub crawls, in Ireland, St. Patrick's Day is a historically solemn and sober holy day for Roman Catholics. Believe it. Until the 1970s, pubs were actually legally required to close up shop for the day.