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St. Patrick's Day Festival Dublin

You're absolutely right, it is almost time to paint Dublin green and embrace the vibrant energy of St. Patrick's Day! And while indulging in a delicious meal at one of Dylan McGrath's renowned restaurants is certainly a fantastic way to celebrate. 

Explore the full spectrum of experiences Dublin offers during this electrifying festival! Start planning the perfect St. Patrick's Day and book early.



Rustic Stone

Rustic Stone is one of Dublins best known and loved restaurants, a concept created by Dylan McGrath. The menu focuses on unique flavors and in-the-room cooking techniques, with highlights including large cuts of meat, robata grill dishes inspired by Asian influences and sharing plates, vegetarian small plates, alongside the perfect bao buns. Top it off with a visit to Bonsai Bar for truly fun and cool dining and cocktail experience.



Fade Street Social

Fade Street Social has two restaurants and a Cocktail Bar all under one roof.
The Main Restaurant takes pride in its modern Irish menu, focused on homegrown produce and flavour. 
Step into our Woodfired Restaurant, a relaxed and inviting dining space with dishes cooked with natural wood and embers. Here, you'll indulge in a more casual yet unforgettable dining experience. 
Ascend to the first floor and discover our New York-style cocktail bar, a cool space offering snacks, cocktails, great music and fantastic views.



Brasserie Sixty6

Brasserie Sixty6 restaurant is all about comfort food, it’s all the classic dishes done really well! A perfect spot for friends gatherings, large groups and family celebrations. We source great quality ingredients and put on the plate in an unfussy style, of familiar flavours that equates to delicious dining, at affordable prices. We keep it simple but wholesome. Brasserie Sixty6 is open Tuesday to Sunday, offering A la carte menu, lunch, weekend brunch and the best Sunday roast.


What's On This St. Patrick's Day

Whether you've been coming to the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin for years or this is your first visit, here are all the details you will need to make the most of our wonderful street spectacle!


really is the centre of the world on St. Patrick’s Day – a genuinely bucket-list worthy adventure in Ireland’s capital city, which lies at the heart of the global celebration of our Irish culture, heritage and people.​.

View The National St. Patrick's Day Parade Route Map


Collins Barracks will be transformed once again into the Festival Quarter, with family activities, gigs and parties at night. During the day, you’ll find a Disney Cinema Yurt, tumble circus and a mini funfair for the kids, with the Irish Food and Craft Village on hand for when hunger strikes. Come evening, some of Ireland’s best musicians will be taking to the stage. 

The celebrations are also moving beyond the Festival Quarter, with club nights and events held all over Dublin as part of the One City Festival Programme


As well as the trad sessions happening in pubs all over the city, there are a number of gigs taking place all weekend, outside of St Patrick’s Festival.


All the major galleries are open on St Patrick’s Day, with many offering themed tours and events over the course of the long weekend.

Visit St. Patrick's Festival Official Page to learn more

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