St. Patrick's Day 2022 - Vegas with an Edge (2023)

Arizona Charlie’s:

Arizona Charlie’s: From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on St. Patrick’s Day, guests ages 50+ may swipe their True Rewards card at any kiosk for free entry into the St. Patrick’s Day slot tournament. Guests may earn 100 same-day slot points for an additional entry, with a maximum of two entries. Winners will receive up to $500 in free slot play.

PT’s Express: PT’s Express inside Arizona Charlie’s will offer corned beef sliders, available from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. for $10 with True Rewards card.

Sourdough Café: Also at Arizona Charlie’s, the Sourdough Café will serve corned beef and cabbage with the choice of soup or a salad from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on 3/17-20, priced at $13 with a rewards card.

Area15 will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a “Lepre-con” bar crawl from 3 p.m.-9 p.m through the 5 bars located inside. Tickets cost $32 per person and can be purchased on their website.

Artisan Booze District – Shamrock Shuffle Booze Crawl:

Five Las Vegas breweries are offered at the Artisan Booze District Booze Crawl, including Crafthaus Brewery, Astronomy Ale Works, Bad Beat Brewing, Vegas Valley Winery/Grape Expectations, and Las Vegas Distillery. Guests will receive a keepsake glass with the purchase of a ticket and will have from 3/18-19 to enjoy. In addition to the drink specials included with registration, there will also be games, photos opportunities, and food trucks. Tickets start at $28.


The Bellagio Fountains, which offers more than 1,200 dancing streams, choreographed to music and lights, will be lit up green for St. Patrick’s Day.

Downtown Container Park:

Pregame your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with “Sham-Rock the Park Beer Fest” at the Downtown Container Park. Taking place on Sat, 3/12 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., guests will enjoy live entertainment while strolling the park with bottomless beer options.

Downtown Summerlin:

New Vista Brew’s Best Craft Beer Festival is taking place St. Patrick’s Day weekend, on 3/19. General Admission (from 2 p.m.-6 p.m.) is $30 or $35 at the door. VIP (from 1 p.m.-6 pm.) is $40 or $45 at the door.

Fremont Street Experience:

From 3/16 through 3/20, the downtown Fremont Street Experience will have a multi-day St. Patrick’s Day Celebration – The Shamrock Bash. Each day, they’ll have live music, a flash mob, Celtic dancers, drink specials, and of course, tons of green beer. And on 3/17, starting at 10:30 a.m. they’ll have a Firefighters Parade and block party.

Green Valley Ranch:

The District at Green Valley Ranch will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a pub crawl, food & drink specials, and prizes, from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. on 3/17. Stops on the crawl feature multiple bars and restaurants throughout the area, including Richie McNeely’s, Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ, Balboa Pizza and PKWY Tavern. Guests will also have a chance to win $100 gift cards for shops and restaurants at The District.

Hash House a Go-Go:

At all of their several locations, Hash House a Go-Go is having food specials for $10.99 on 3/17. You’ll have a choice of their shamrock pancakes for breakfast or a toasted corn beef sandwich for lunch. They’ll have drink specials as well.

The entire Fremont Street Experience will feel like a block party for St. Patrick’s Day, but if you really want to celebrate, step inside Hennessey’s, where Remedy will play live on stage at 8 p.m. They’ll also be showing a livestream of The Dropkick Murphys in concert at 4 p.m.


Located off the Strip and across the street from Virgin, Hofbrauhaus will offer a menu of Irish-German fusion offerings to pair with their assortment of Hofbrau beer from Munich. They recommend you make a reservation through their website.

Lawyer’s The Prime Rib:

Lawry’s The Prime Rib hosts “The Celtic Kick-Off Caper” at 7 p.m. 3/17-18. The murder mystery dinner includes a 3-course meal featuring prime rib with mashed potatoes and Yorkshire pudding or salmon with mashed potatoes and a vegetable. A vegetarian option is also available. Reservations begin at $115 per person.


From 3/17-20, bars and restaurants will feature green decor, food carts, roaming bagpipers, and festive St. Patrick’s Day offerings, serving green beer all day. The Highroller will be illuminated in green lights.

AmeriCAN Beer & Cocktails: They’ll be offering $5 grab-and-go beers and $5 Jameson shots at their walk-up bar.

Brooklyn Bowl: Located in the Linq Promenade, the Brooklyn Bowl is having a free concert on Thursday, March 17, starting at 6 p.m., with live music and bowling. Make sure to RSVP!

O’Sheas: Also at the Linq, O’sheas has two indoor bars – the central Dublin Up Bar and the corner Lucky Bar. They have a variety of Irish, European and domestic beers, along with cheap draft beers and shots.

Mandalay Place:

Rí Rá Irish Pub: Located inside the Shoppes at Mandalay Place, Ra Ra Irish Pub will bring Ireland to Las Vegas for St. Patrick’s Day with nonstop live Irish entertainment from 8 a.m.-midnight with bagpipers, dancers, and more. They’ll also offer a special menu with options like deviled scotch eggs, corned beef wontons, and potato cakes. No Reservations; seats are first-come, first-serve.

McMullan’s Irish Pub:

Located near The Orleans Casino, the family-owned McMullan’s Pub is a great place to celebrate the holiday. They’ll have food & drink specials and live music.


Bailiwick inside the Orleans Hotel Casino will host a St. Patrick’s Day party at Bailiwick with live entertainment beginning at 5:30 p.m. Drink specials include $6 Guinness and $8 Irish Car Bombs.

PT’s Tavern:
More than 60 bars under the PT’s banner will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a wide range of specials, including Sean Patrick’s Red Brew or PT’s Hualapai IPA with a shot of Screwball peanut butter whiskey for $6. You can also feed your appetite with tons of food specials; check their website for more details.

The Mob Museum:

The Underground Speakeasy and Distillery inside the Mob Museum will be having $12 specialty St. Patrick’s Day themed cocktails and live entertainment from Bogtrotter’s Union, from 8 p.m.-12 a.m. on 3/17.

Railroad Pass:

The Pass Casino: The Pass at Railroad Pass will have drawings on 3/17, with one winner every 30 minutes from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and one $500 grand prize drawing at 9 p.m. See the player’s club for more details.

Rampart Casino:

Clubhouse Deli: The Clubhouse Deli at Rampart will offer St. Patrick’s Day Specials. Options include a $10.99 sandwich of the month combo with chips and a drink or The New Yorker (pastrami and corned beef topped with coleslaw and swiss cheese on grilled rye bread).

Earl Grey Café: The cafe inside Rampart Casino is having a $24.99 3-course St. Patrick’s Day special served 3/17, from 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

Market Place Buffet: The buffet at Rampart will offer a 2-for-1 buffet special (or 50% off one entrance) for dinner from 4 p.m-8 p.m. on 3/17 only.


Zeffer’s Café, inside the Sahara, will have breakfast specials for St. Patrick’s Day on 3/17 from 6 a.m.-12 p.m. only. You can get a corned beef skillet for $17, or Lucky Charm pancakes for $14.


Sundance Grill at the Silverton is having a St. Patrick’s Day special on 3/17. For $18.99, you can get a 3-course slow-braised corn beef plate. The menu will be served from 11 a.m.-10 p.m.


On March 17 only, The Garden Buffet at Southpoint will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. The price of the buffet will be discounted and they’ll have special Irish-themed food options. You can check out all the information here.

Town Square:

McFadden’s is an Irish bar located in Town Square. They have Fireball whiskey on tap, and creative pub-style Irish fare such as Dublin Rolls, a Pickle Back Burger, and a Lasagna Bun Burger.

Virgin Hotel:

Casa Calavera: Located inside Virgin Hotel, the restaurant will have versions of classic St. Patrick’s Day dishes, such as corned beef empanadas, torta corned beef, and shamrock shooters – on 3/17 only.

One Steakhouse: One Steakhouse at Virgin Hotels will offer a full Irish dinner of beef brisket and potatoes ($34), along with a cocktail made from Irish whiskey ($16). This St. Patty’s Day special will be available from 3/17 through 3/ 20.

New York-New York:

Celtic Feis: The annual Irish festival, Celtic Feis, which includes two parades, live entertainment, stilt walkers, leprechauns, and traditional Irish Fare from Nine Fine Irishmen, will take place on 3/17. It will be on the resort’s Brooklyn Bridge beginning at 10:30 a.m. Ticket prices start at $10 per person.

Nine Fine Irishman: The Nine Fine Irishman bar was completely assembled in Ireland before being disassembled, shipped to Vegas, and then reassembled inside the New York-New York. The bar features a selection of Irish whiskey and beer, perfect for the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.

Virgin Hotel:

From 3/12 through 3/17, the 24 Oxford speakeasy bar at Virgin Hotels will transform into an authentic Irish pub, officially sponsored by Guinness and Bailey’s. There will be special Irish-themed nightly entertainment as well as specialty drinks crafted from Guinness, Smithwick’s Irish Ale, and Harp & Kilkenny Irish Crème. There’s no cover to get in.

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