St. Patrick's Day season has practically arrived at the Jersey Shore and may the parades are not exactly your thing, so we go some other options for you so you can go celebrate!

There is nothing more enjoyable than eating a fresh corned beef sandwich along with a Guinness with bagpipers playing in the background -- indoors might we add.

Here are some of the top Irish Pubs at the Jersey Shore:

Clancy's Tavern

25 Main Street, Neptune City

(732) 988-4500

Just an old-fashioned, quality Irish pub that will be serving corned beef, cabbage, potato soup and will have bagpipers playing on St. Patrick's Day all day long.

Claddagh Irish Pub

297 Bay Ave, Highlands

(732) 291-0099

The party on St. Patrick's Day kicks off at noon. There will be potato soup and they have over 50 beers on tap. Not to mention, if you check out their calendar you will see that they offer specials almost everyday.

Johnny Mac House of Spirits

208 Main Street, Asbury Park

(732) 776-6666

This is a very popular Irish bar with the younger folk. They offer free pizza with the purchase of just one alcoholic beverage everyday and even though that may not be very Irish, man does that pizza hit the spot.

Kelly's Tavern

Route 35 South, Neptune City

(732) 775-9517

Kelly's is not messing around. They plan on starting their St. Patrick's Day celebration at 7:00 AM with bagpipers playing and a DJ starting at 4:00 PM. The biggest suggestion: try their Rueben.

Klee's Bar and Grill

101 Boulevard, Seaside Heights

(732) 830-1996

This club has been standing since the 1930's and they know what St. Patrick's Day is all about. Whether you are a local or friendly visitor, all are welcome.

McDonagh's Pub

2 W. Front Street, Keyport

(732) 264-0999

This spot is just a block away from the Raritan Bay and lets just say they know how to throw down to St. Patty's Day. The celebration is going to start at 11:00 Am and will include DJ Sway J, bagpipers, Guinness and corned beef.

St. Stephen's Green Publick House

2031 Route 71, Spring Lake

(732) 449-2626

This spot plays Irish music year round so come St. Patrick's Day, they are ready.  Plus they plan on opening at 9:30 AM on Saturday, March 3rd to help you celebrate during the Belmar St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Head to APP.com for the original list.

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