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Get Your Green On With St. Patrick’s Day In Vegas

Last updated: March 1, 2018 at 5:01 pm. Posted by in Things to Do in Las Vegas. Comments Off on Get Your Green On With St. Patrick’s Day In Vegas.

Get your green on – it’s time for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s one of the biggest party days of the year and if it’s one thing Las Vegas knows how to do, it’s throw a party. We’ve got parades, music, green beer, Jameson shots and all the corned beef you can handle.

St. Patrick's Day at The LINQ Promenade

Join the party at The LINQ Promenade for St. Patrick’s Day. Photo by Bryan Steffy, courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Here’s a list things to do on St. Patrick’s Day in Las Vegas whether you’re actually Irish of just Irish for one day a year.

St. Patrick’s day in Las Vegas – O’Sheas BLOQ Party

The St. Patrick's Day parade at The LINQ Promenade.

O’Sheas BLOQ Party at The LINQ. Photo by Bryan Steffy, courtesy Caesars Entertainment.

O’Sheas Irish-themed casino and pub at The LINQ Hotel & Casino is the epicenter of all the St. Patrick’s Day action.

Things start out March 17 with a bagpiper breakfast at 9 a.m. A bagpiper band will roam the Promenade entertaining early-bird partiers with stops at O’Shea’s, Off The Strip Bistro & Bar, Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar, Tilted Kit Pub & Eatery, Flour & Barley – Brick Oven Pizza, Virgil’s Real BBQ and Canter’s Deli.

At noon, the annual parade will wind from Las Vegas Boulevard down The LINQ Promenade to the High Roller observation wheel. The parade will be led by a green Lamborghini from Royalty Exotic. An Irish b-boy dance troupe will join the parade, along with bagpipers (who will bring out the LED for the parade for the evening performances), leprechauns, celebrity guests, stilt walkers and Irish dancers.

The parade will end at O’Sheas Casino where Mr. Lucky, the leprechaun, will give the official toast. O’Sheas will host a lineup of live entertainment including Roxy Gunn, Silversage, Darby O’Gill and DJs, as well as drink specials, inside the pub until 3 a.m.

St. Patrick's Day party at O'Sheas Irish pub and casino.

O’Sheas St. Patrick’s Day party. Photo by Bryan Steffy, courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Since it’s also college basketball time, there will be a Hoops on the Strip big screen on The LINQ Promenade’s fountain stage showing all of the games from 9 a.m. through the final buzzer.

At sunset, the High Roller will be illuminated in shades of green.

Food and Drink Specials

St. Patrick's Day in Las Vegas - Food drinks and specials at Beer Park

Corned beef sandwich. Photo courtesy of Beer Park.


Beer Park at Paris Las Vegas is tapping into the luck of the Irish with a St. Patrick’s Day celebration, complete with green beer, a DJ and traditional Irish fare all day on March 17.

In addition to green beer, Beer Park will serve a traditional corned beef sandwich. Served on warm French bread, the sandwich will be piled high with thick slices of corned beef and topped with fries, coleslaw and spicy mustard; priced at $9.95. The party will keep going with a live DJ from 9 p.m. until close.

St. Patrick's Day cupcake at Sprinkles Cupcake is made with Jameson and Bailey's

St. Patrick’s Day cupcake, Belgian dark chocolate and coffee cupcake with Jameson’s Irish Whiskey and topped with a decadent Bailey’s cream cheese frosting, at Sprinkles Cupakes. Photo courtesy of Sprinkles Cupcakes.

Sprinkles Cupcakes

Sprinkles Cupcakes at The LINQ Promenade is serving a tasty treat for St. Patrick’s Day. Grab the Irish coffee cupcake from March 12 – 25. The Belgian dark chocolate and coffee cupcake is loaded with Jameson’s Irish Whiskey and topped with a decadent Bailey’s cream cheese frosting.

Luck of the Irish pie at Flour & Barley at The LINQ Promenade.

Luck of the Irish pie at Flour & Barley at The LINQ Promenade. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Flour & Barley

Pizza might not be a traditional Irish food, but Flour & Barley at The LINQ Promenade puts an Irish twist on it with the Luck of the Irish Pie. It’s made with pesto cream sauce, corned beef, Brussels sprouts, sausage and potato for $17.50.

Yard House

Yard House at The LINQ Promenade is offering a special menu with Irish-inspired drinks and food March 12 – 18. Dig in to corned beef brisket, shepherd’s pie and a grilled corned beef sandwich.

Drinks will include a Dublin mule, Celtic mojito and an Irish whiskey and beer flight. Of course there’s always Guinness on tap including Guinness Stout, Guinness Blonde and Guinness Black & Blonde.

Off The Strip

Off The Strip at The LINQ Promenade will keep the St. Patrick’s Day party going with $6 green beers, $10 Emerald Martinis, $6 Jameson shots and $8 Irish Car Bombs.

You can also enjoy traditional corned beef and cabbage with mashed potatoes and stout sauce for $26 or Reuben Balls with Swiss cheese, corned beef and sauerkraut, breaded and fried and served with Thousand Island dipping sauce (8 for $16).

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Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery

Tilted Kilt at The LINQ Promenade will open its doors early at 7 a.m. with drink specials featuring Kilt Lifter Scottish Ale for $8; Guinness for $10; Green beer for $8 and Jameson shots for $9. Live entertainment starting at 4 p.m. will include DJs, stilt walkers, leprechauns and Irish dancers.

All-American Bar & Grille

All-American Bar & Grille at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is going all-Irish for St. Patrick’s Day. Indulge in corned beef and cabbage with baby red potatoes and whole grain mustard with one domestic tap beer for $25.

Green beer at Cabo Waho Cantina - St. Patrick's Day in Las Vegas

Green beer at Cabo Wabo Cantina. Photo courtesy of Cabo Wabo Cantina.

Cabo Wabo Cantina

Who says a Mexican restaurant can’t be Irish for a day? Cabo Wabo Cantina at the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will be offering pints of greens beer starting at $7. Pair it with the Suerte de Irish enchilada, smothered in salsa verde for $15.95.

Amorino Gelato

If you’re looking for something sweet for St. Patrick’s Day, Amorino Gelato at The LINQ Promenade will have a crêpe cart outside with $3 crêpes. We love them with chocolate, caramel or just plain sugar. You can also get crêpes filled with gelato.

Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino is serving up a corned beef and cabbage farm scramble to get your St. Patrick’s Day started right. Fill up on crispy potatoes, steamed cabbage, a buttermilk biscuit, steamed corned beef, two eggs and Dijon mustard for $14.99.

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino Bars

Visit the casino bars at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino for drink specials including Jameson shots for $8, Guinness for $6 and Irish Car Bombs for $10.

Harrah’s Las Vegas Bars

Celebrate your Irish side at Carnaval Court with free live entertainment, beer pong, prizes, and green beer. There will also be drink specials at bars across the property including the Irish Dance (shot of Jameson and a Guinness) for $16, Coors Light and Miller Lite for $7, a shot of Fireball for $10, Ketel One drinks for $11, Patron drinks for $12 and a bucket of Heineken for $29.

Flamingo Las Vegas Bars

Flamingo Las Vegas bars will be turning Irish for the day. Head to Patio Bar, Garden Bar and 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar for any domestic beer and a shot of Jameson for $8.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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