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Party for St. Paddy's

By Caroline Cox | March 9, 2015 | Articles

1. Fadó Irish Pub
Fadó’s been throwing their annual St. Patrick’s Day party for nearly 20 years—maybe that’s why they have the privilege of closing down Buckhead Avenue to set up stages, bars, beer gardens and food tents for their huge outdoor fete that never fails to bring the fun. March 14-17, times vary, $20

2. Warren City Club
Head to this exclusive members-only bar in Virginia-Highland to party the night away at JEZEBEL's St. Patrick's Day bash. Wear your chicest green garb while enjoying cold brews, signature cocktails, a live DJ and more. March 17, 6pm, RSVP by emailing your name and guests' names to

3. Meehan’s Public House
Throwing a St. Patrick’s Day event is a no-brainer for this Sandy Springs Irish-influenced pub, but that doesn’t mean they don’t set a high bar. Their annual Shamrock ’n’ Roll soiree benefits the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and features impressive live music acts, quality eats and plenty of Guinness brews. March 14

4. Rí Rá Irish Pub
Putting its own twist on the holiday, Ri Ra will host another St. Baldrick’s signature head-shaving event. This benefit helps support the volunteer-driven charity St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which raises money for childhood cancer research—talk about partying for a cause. March 12, 6pm

5. Park Tavern
Head to this Midtown spot connected to the beautiful Piedmont Park for Lepre*Con, a daylong celebration from the minds behind A Social Mess. Think: multiple stages, bands, DJs and a slew of party people (last year’s event attracted more than 4,000). March 14, 2pm, from $13


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