It is estimated that three quarters of Liverpool’s population have Irish roots so it’s a little wonder that we go all out when it comes to St. Patrick’s Day in Liverpool!

Nicknamed ‘The Second Capital of Ireland” Liverpool has plenty of ways to celebrate the big day with a good old craic. Whether you’re visiting the city, are a local Scouser or are originally from Ireland, you’ll be able to paint the town green whatever you get up to! 

We’ll see you on 17 March - let’s get the Guinness in! 


The Baltic Market in the Baltic Triangle are throwing a St Patrick’s Day weekender perfect for the celebrations! With live events, endless pints, live sports, food specials, themed drinks, and special guests! Head over from 15-19 March for a stein of Guinness. Find out more on their website here. 


Liverpool biggest Irish bar, Punch Tarmey’s will have the Guinness flowing all weekend. Live music, Irish bands, and Six Nations will keep you entertained from 17-19 March. Find out more here.


Head over to Pogue Mahones on Seel Street for a whole weekend of St Patrick’s Day celebrations. There’ll be live music, lots of Guinness and the Six Nations.


McCooley’s at Concert Square are throwing some huge St Patrick’s Day celebrations on 17 March. With live music, Guinness served all day and food served until late head over for all the festivities. 


Einstein Bier Haus are throwing a huge St Patrick’s Weekend from 17-19 March with loads of live bands, a DJ and lots of Guinness.


PINS Social Club are bringing the luck of the Irish to their rooftop this St Patrick’s Day as they open The Roof for the first time in 2023. Open from midday until late, there will be a Guinness bar, Whisky shots, live bands and a DJs and even a pop-up tattoo studio! 


Shenanigans Irish Pub will play host to a weekend of live music over Paddy’s Day weekend from 17-19 March. You can also enjoy a tasty breakfast here and a pint of Guinness. 


This St Patrick's Day Red Door Liverpool are offering a special bottomless brunch, with pizza, live music and bottomless Guinness. 


Start the celebrations early and head to The One O’Clock Gun for their St Patrick’s All Dayer. With a cold pint of Guinness in hand, enjoy toe-tapping live music from local artists, fresh oysters to tantalise your tastebuds and lip-smacking cocktails alongside plenty of fun and games.


Take a trip to Titanic Hotel’s renowned Rum Bar for a relaxed drink overlooking Stanley Dock. Offering a special cocktail for the occasion, sip on a Green Clover made with Irish whiskey, mint, cream and a sprinkle of chocolate as the ideal way to see in the weekend. 


For even more choice on where to visit across the weekend, take a look at our blog on some of the best traditional pubs in Liverpool, you're spoilt for choice!

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Baltic Market
Cafe / Bar
Small coloured food vendors inside an airy warehouse. There is festoon lighting and people sat at tables and benches.

Liverpool's first ever street food market, Baltic Market situated on the redeveloped Cains Brewery site.

Punch Tarmeys Liverpool
A traditional pub is bathed in purple lighting. There are a number of beer taps on the bar. The walls are traditionally cladded.

Punch Tarmey’s Liverpool has launched in what is one of the biggest Irish pubs in the industry.

McCooley's - Concert Square
Tables inside McCooleys next to the open windows looking over concert square.

Contemporary Irish bar and grill located in Liverpool’s iconic Concert Square, the heart of Liverpool’s busy nightlife.

McCooley's - Mathew Street
Inside the McCooleys bar with tables and chairs and green lights

Following in the footsteps of its sister venue on Concert Square, McCooley's Mathew Street is set to offer a little Moonshine and Music to the public and has officially opened giving Liverpool its biggest Irish bar to date.