7 places to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Brampton

St. Patrick’s Day is the one day a year that offers an excuse for the beer-loving folks in our city to throw back and extra few pints — safely and responsibly of course. Here are 7 places you can celebrate the Patron Saint of Ireland in Brampton this year.

Queen Gypsy Pub

10 Main St South • 905-497-2001
Drop by the QG on St. Paddy’s day and celebrate with a hearty bowl of Irish stew and a brew straight from Mill Street Brewery. Organic and Tank House pints are $5 or $15 a pitcher all day. They’ll also have wings, nachos, Irish coffee and a great atmosphere to hang in.

The Crown & Lion English Pub

7985 Financial Dr.
What better place to celebrate St. Paddy’s than at the Crown & Lion? They’ll have Irish stew, a tasty Guinness BBQ sauce you can enjoy on just about everything, wings, ribs, riblets and everything in between. Enjoy a pint straight from the homeland too! Crown & Lion has imports from Ireland.

Frigate & Firkin

378 Queen St E.
You’d better believe there will be a St. Paddy’s Day celebration to rival any in the city going down at Frigate & Firkin. Throw back some great drinks in what’s always a fun atmosphere. Stick to just the drinks though.

Fionn MacCools

11 Ray Lawson Blvd
As per usual, Fionn’s is hosting their annual St. Paddy’s day shindig, that they’re calling the best party this side of the Atlantic! It’s sure to be a lively night there, no doubt.

J. Red & Co

341 Main Street
J. Red recently added a bunch of craft beer options to their menu and what better way to celebrate this momentous day with some great drinks and food? If you’re not completely committed to the bar scene but still want a great night out, then this is the place for you on St. Patrick’s Day. They’ll have a DJ too.

Tracks Brewpub

60 Queen St E
Tracks is almost always packed, and St. Paddy’s Day shouldn’t be any different. Enjoy their ales in true Irish spirit or even their home-brew, a favourite among regulars. Don’t miss out on their pub grub either

Magnum’s Pub

21 McMurchy Ave N
Great wings, drinks and giant screens to enjoy whatever sporting event is on. This bar is a favourite, so if you’re looking for a place to hunker down and enjoy the evening, you may want to show up early to claim a spot. Magnum’s regularly has live entertainment, open mics and karaoke too. There’s definitely going to be something going on.

Where are you spending St. Patrick’s Day this year? Let us know in the comments.

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