Own St. Patrick’s Day At The Jersey Shore
Where can you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Jersey Shore? Keep reading…
Saturday, River Rock Restaurant and Marina Bar in Brick tops off the list as our very own Matt Ryan broadcasts live from 4 till 8 PM. Get your Green on with a chance to win your share of over $1000 worth of prizes, enjoy Irish food and Coors Light specials all night long.
Friday night at Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank it’s the Dublin Irish Dance: Stepping Out show with Irish Dance. The show starts at 8 PM.
The party starts Friday, March 16th at 7 AM at Wolfie’s Deli and Restaurant in Toms River and continues through Sunday the 18th at 3 pm with corned beef and all the Irish trimmings.
Saturday PJ Sweeney’s Restaurant and Irish Pub in Brick get the St. Patrick’s Day party going at 8 AM with bagpipers, an outdoor tent party, Irish hospitality and cuisine.
McDonough’s Pub in Keyport hosts their 13th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party Saturday starting at 11AM serving Guinness, corned beef, and a side of traditional Irish music inside the pub and under the big tent.
Shoreline-Harley Davidson in Long Branch gets their Irish on starting at noon on Saturday with corned beef, cabbage and lucky scratch-offs.
Rinn Duin Brewery in Toms River kicks off their St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at noon with corned beef sliders, homemade soda bread, and a couple of their favorite bagpipers.
Kelly’s in Neptune has the party going with bagpipers and Irish fair all week long, culminating Saturday morning starting at 7 AM and goes all day long.
Starting at 1 PM at the Asbury Ale House in Asbury Park it’s the St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl.
Every day is a St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Dublin House in Red Bank with traditional Irish fare.
The Downtown in Red Bank kicks off their St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at 8 PM with traditional sounds and original music.
Aqua Blue Kitchen and Cocktails in Toms River goes green on St. Patrick’s Day with Irish food specials and live music.
If it’s happening at the Jersey Shore, you’ll hear about it here, on 943 The Point.
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