St. Patrick's Day in San Francisco 2024

San Francisco is a great place to be during Saint Patrick's Day!

Our City has numerous events that cater to everyone's taste, from a parade to pub crawls and parties. Let's dive into some of the best ways to celebrate this festive holiday in San Francisco.

This is San Francisco's 173rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration. The fun starts early and last ALL day!

One of the most popular ways to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day is by attending the St. Paddy's Day Party at Schroeder's. Located downtown at 240 Front St., the party starts at 3 in the afternoon and ends at 10 pm on March 15th. The party includes green beer, live music, and lots of fun. Grab some green garb and your friends, and head over to Schroeder's for a great time!

Another San Francisco tradition is St. Paddy's Day at the Buena Vista, https://www.thebuenavista.com/home/home.html . This is the place where Irish Coffee was invented. Believe it or not, my (then) 29-year-old nephew had never had an Irish Coffee before so we headed there when he was visited me (last year).  Located near Fisherman's Wharf and the Hyde & Powell Street cable car turnaround, the cafe will be serving up traditional Saint Patrick's Day dishes. You may indulge in corned beef and cabbage, Irish soda bread, and other Buena Vista favorites all day long on March 17th. Make sure to indulge in at least one of their famous Irish Coffees during your visit. Buena Vista Cafe is open from on Sunday from 8 am to 11 pm, so you can enjoy this festive holiday at any time during the day.

Irish Coffee to drink at the Buena Vista or to make at home

For those who want to experience San Francisco's nightlife scene while celebrating Saint Patrick's Day, participating in a pub crawl might be the perfect option.

San Francisco has several pub crawls to choose from, such as the St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl, or LepraconSF, which starts on Friday at Mayes on 1233 Polk Street and runs for three days, through St. Patrick's Day, March 17. This pub crawl will take you through some of San Francisco's most fun bars in The Marina, Polk Gulch, Russian Hill and Cow Hollow, where you can enjoy drinks and great company. Wherever you go, you'll be sure to have a great time exploring San Francisco's nightlife scene while celebrating Saint Patrick's Day.

As you can see, San Francisco has plenty of options to choose from when it comes to celebrating Saint Patrick's Day. Whether you're looking for a fun party, a delicious meal, an active pub crawl, a cultural experience, or some great music, there is something for everyone. So, put on your green attire, gather your friends, and enjoy the festive atmosphere of Saint Patrick's Day in San Francisco. Cheers to a wonderful celebration! Erin Go Bragh!!!

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