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Where to Go for St. Patrick’s Day in Tampa

St. Patrick’s Day is Saturday and I’m sure everyone is running around looking for things to get into for the holiday. From numerous bar crawls, countless parties, and even some family-friendly things sprinkled in, there are plenty of options…even if you’re more interested in seeing what kind of special “green” foods restaurants are serving up.

Looking for where to go for St. Patrick’s Day in Tampa? Here’s a few places to look at:

3 Daughters Brewing Guests can partake in the St. Patty’s Day special: corned beef meal, 2 drinks, and a custom souvenir English pint glass. Limited tickets are available. $30. 222 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg, (727)495-6002. 3dbrewing.com.

4 Rivers The restaurant is closed on St. Patrick’s Day, but they’re celebrating the holiday all month with their limited-time-only Guinness Brownie. $3.95. Various Locations. 4rsmokehouse.com.

Armature Works A full day of scheduled festivities on the front lawn including Irish step dancers and the giant Monkey Shoulder Mixer Whiskey Cocktail truck. Butcher n’ Barbecue will be serving up a $10 corned beef and cabbage special inside Heights Market. 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.1910 N Ola Ave., Tampa, (813) 250-3725. armatureworks.com.

Boca Did brunch really happen if there weren’t bottomless mimosas? Boca is offering a on-theme green version. $15. Various locations. bocatampa.com.

Cask No need to make a dent in your pot of gold, take advantage of various Irish drink specials all weekend long. $3-$10. 208 S. Howard Ave., Tampa, 813-251-0051. casksocial.com.

Crabby Bill’s Off the Hook Learn a few Irish step moves while indulging in meal and drink specials including Irish Cream Pie and Guinness. $4-$15. 9648 W. Linebaugh Ave., Tampa, 813-501-1005. crabbybillsoffthehook.com.

Four Green Fields Celebrating the holiday with multiple Irish bands, and serving up Irish favorites off the menu like Celtic Eggs and Reuben sammies. Prices vary. Various locations. fourgreenfields.com.

To read the rest of the list of where to go for St. Patrick’s Day in Tampa, look here. Do you have your green attire ready?

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