Best St. Patrick's Day Parties In AtlantaFind you favorite green shirt and get ready to party on St. Patrick's Day in Atlanta.
Guide To The Best St. Patrick's Day Celebrations In The WorldSt. Patrick’s Day is the time of year when everyone digs out their favorite green outfits from the back of their closets and heads out to celebrate this festive Irish-themed holiday.
Best Irish Soda Bread In AtlantaSt. Patrick's Day is just not complete without a couple of pieces of yummy Irish soda bread. We've chosen some of our favorite spots where you can find this treat in Atlanta.
5 Reasons To Visit Ireland For St. Patrick's DayNo one knows how to celebrate St. Patrick's Day better than the Irish. That is why you will want to make a trip over the pond and experience this green holiday with those who love all things related to St. Patrick's Day, including the green beer.
Savannah Fountains Dyed Green For St. Patrick's DayIn Fosyth Park and across Savannah's downtown historic district, green water gushing from the city's fountains are sending the signal that St. Patrick's Day is barely a week away.
St. Patrick's Day Means A Busy Weekend In Atlanta
Best Bets For Irish Music AtlantaIrish music has entertained the masses for generations and generations all over the world. If you like "Danny Boy" and other classic Irish songs, then Atlanta's Irish pubs have you covered.
Best Places For Fine Irish Whiskey In AtlantaFrom whiskey shooters to 21-year-old single malts, these Atlanta pubs and bars offer the best of Irish whiskey.
Best Atlanta Pubs, Crawls and Events On St. Patty's DayCome decked out in green from head to toe and enjoy live music, traditional Irish food and a pint of stout as you share in Atlanta's finest St. Patrick's festivities.
Best Corned Beef And Cabbage In AtlantaCorned beef and cabbage is one of the best Celtic culinary imports, and these Atlanta restaurants offer classic and contemporary versions of this comfort food from our Irish brothers.
Savannah Officials Ban Snakes From St. Patty's Day Parade In the spirit of St. Patrick, and to a lesser degree The Simpson's Whacking Day, Savannah's civic leaders plan to drive the snakes from its festivities come March 17.