We've got your list of all the ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Ann Arbor!
Shamrocks & Shenanigans (March 9) A 5K Run and Walk sponsored by Conor O'Neill's and Running Fit. The procedes are donated to Save A Heart: an organization that raises funds to benefit patients and their families who come to the Michigan Congenital Heart Center at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. Register here.
Conor O’Neill’s (March 13-17)
(3/13 & 3/14) Enjoy live Irish Music starting at 9:30pm.
(3/15) Enjoy live music all day starting at 11:00am.
(3/16) Traditional Irish music starting 4:00pm.
(3/17) Doors open at 7:00am.There will be bag pipers and Irish dancers throughout both days. Traditional Irish food, including breakfast, will be served.
Old Town Live Music (March 16) Local alt-country band led by singer-songwriters Kevin Brown and Jud Branam whose music filters early 70s country-rock through the influences of bluegrass, power pop, and British Invasion bombast. at 8pm.
Arbor Brewing Company (March 17) Arbor Brewing will be opening at 7am, featuring a special breakfast menu and morning Happy Hour until 11am. Ghost City Searchlight will be performing live at 6:00pm.
ABC Microbrewery (March 17) St. Patty's Day Extravaganza - ABC Microbrewery will be opening at 7am, featuring an all you can eat continental breakfast. Live music by Rootstand at 4:00pm.
Haab's Restaurant (March 17) Haab's Restaurant will be featuring traditional Irish fare of corned beef and cabbage, boiled potatoes, steamed carrots, and green peas at both lunch and dinner. In addition, you can rest assured that we will have plenty of $2-a-pint of green beer, paddywackers, Guinness Stout, Irish coffee, and a bit of blarney.
Sidetrack Bar and Grill (March 17) Sidetrack Bar and Grill will have bag pipes and a live band. The kitchen will be serving up hot corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd’s Pie, and Irish Piquet with real Irish soda bread. Featuring St. Patrick’s Day drink specials all day, with no cover charge.