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Where to Eat and Drink At the St. Patrick's Day Parade

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On Saturday, March 12, the streets of Downtown Denver will usher in the greenest parade in all of the land - the Denver St. Patrick's Day Parade. A fixture of this town, the event brings with it a variety of specials and promotions at local bars and restaurants. Here's what not to miss tomorrow.

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Boggy Draw Brewery

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Boggy Draw will put its new green chile cream ale on tap starting tomorrow, Saturday, March 12. It will surely go down smoothly while watching the Celtic Step Dancers live performance at the brewery at 7 p.m.
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Caution Brewing

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The post-parade pre-St. Patrick's Day celebration at Caution Brewing will kick off this Saturday, March 12 at 6 p.m. Caution's Green Card beer will be on tap throughout the night and there will be live Irish dancers for your viewing pleasure.
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Dry Dock Brewing Company - South Dock

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Decompress after the downtown parade with a craft Irish red or stout at Dry Dock's southern outpost, South Dock. Beers will be served alongside Irish fixin's from the Crock Spot food purveyor and a Celtic step dance performance. South Dock will be open Saturday from 11 a.m. until midnight.
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Freshcraft

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Freshcraft opens the Saturday of the parade at 11 a.m., perfect for some post-parade beers and Irish-inspired bites - both of which will be on special all day long.
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Hi*Rise

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This downtown bakery celebrates its anniversary in addition to the St. Patrick's Day Parade this weekend. And what could be more festive than green bagels? Guinness muffins will also be available (on the house!) throughout the parade day, making Hi*Rise a great stop to grab a quick muffin or bagel, cup of coffee, and continue down the parade route.
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Hopdoddy Burger Bar Denver

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Hopdoddy is celebrating with a unique burger special this year - the Luck O' The Daddy Burger comes on a house-made green bun, smothered with green beer cheese, and topped with fries. The burger joint opens up early to accommodate pre-parade needs, at 8 a.m. this Saturday, March 12.
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Irish Snug

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The 13th Annual Capitol Hill Hooley will be in full swing on both Saturday, March 12 and St. Patrick's Day at the Snug. What the heck is a Hooley, you ask? It's Irish slang for a wicked party. This one's got a tent set up out back with live Irish folk music, bagpipers and step dancing, as well as full Irish breakfast until 2 p.m., and plenty of the beloved classics like bangers n' mash, fish n' chips, shepherd's pie, and corned beef and cabbage. The fun runs from noon to midnight after the parade.
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Katie Mullen's Irish Pub

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Ring in the green at Katie Mullen's Irish Pub at the downtown Denver Sheraton with a rocking celebration. The Luck O' the Irish will bring weekend hotel packages at the Sheraton, live Irish folk music and bagpipers, and Irish culinary classics - and you can share the fun with the Denver Firefighters and Rocky Mountain Rollergirls. The hotel will be an official host for the St. Paddy's Day parade on Saturday, March 12.
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McLoughlin's Restaurant & Bar

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McLoughlin's invites parade-goers to a celebration chock full of live music and dance on March 12. From noon until 10:30 p.m., guests will enjoy a good, old fashioned Irish party.
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Pop's Place

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Pop's Place, opening in the former Lower48 space at 2020 Lawrence, will make its grand opening debut on the day of the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The new concept is brought to you by Biker Jim and Steve Kleinman. On parade day, the drinks will be flowing for the first time and the kitchen will provide parade-friendly bites.
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The Abbey Tavern

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Starting at noon this Saturday, March 12, the Abbey Tavern has a full lineup of St. Paddy's Day action with plenty of live music and dancing, and a bouncing castle for the wee ones.
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The Cherry Cricket

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Green beer will be flowing like the salmon of Capistrano at the Cherry Cricket post-St. Paddy's Day parade, along with Irish folk music and dancing, and some fun specials. Try the Guinness burger wedged between two potato pancake buns, corned beef and cabbage, Irish mushroom soup, shamrock milkshakes, and more at the Cricket this Saturday.
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Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

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Celebrate for a cause after the parade this Saturday - The Thirsty Lion at Union Station is hosting a St. Balderick's fundraiser to raise money for childhood cancer research. Get your head shaved in the name of cancer between 1 and 5 p.m. on March 12.
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ViewHouse Eatery, Bar & Rooftop

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Viewhouse (both the downtown and Centennial locations) will be in the spirit of St. Paddy's Day all week long, with Irish-inspired food and drink specials kicking off on Saturday, March 12, just in time for the parade. Jameson shots and cheap beer will dominate the beverage offerings this week, while the kitchen will offer food specials like a Guinness Irish cheddar, potato and bacon soup, Reuben triangles, and Shepherd's Pie.
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Wynkoop Brewing Co.

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Wynkoop Brewery will provide a fun setting for both before and after the parade. Arrive at 8 a.m. (opening time) to score the best seat in the house with awesome views of the parade at 9:30. $5 Jameson, $4 bloody marys, Irish stouts, Irish nachos, reuben sandwiches and more will all be had this Saturday at the 'Koop.
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Boggy Draw Brewery

Boggy Draw will put its new green chile cream ale on tap starting tomorrow, Saturday, March 12. It will surely go down smoothly while watching the Celtic Step Dancers live performance at the brewery at 7 p.m.
Yelp

Caution Brewing

The post-parade pre-St. Patrick's Day celebration at Caution Brewing will kick off this Saturday, March 12 at 6 p.m. Caution's Green Card beer will be on tap throughout the night and there will be live Irish dancers for your viewing pleasure.
Facebook

Dry Dock Brewing Company - South Dock

Decompress after the downtown parade with a craft Irish red or stout at Dry Dock's southern outpost, South Dock. Beers will be served alongside Irish fixin's from the Crock Spot food purveyor and a Celtic step dance performance. South Dock will be open Saturday from 11 a.m. until midnight.
Facebook

Freshcraft

Freshcraft opens the Saturday of the parade at 11 a.m., perfect for some post-parade beers and Irish-inspired bites - both of which will be on special all day long.
Facebook

Hi*Rise

This downtown bakery celebrates its anniversary in addition to the St. Patrick's Day Parade this weekend. And what could be more festive than green bagels? Guinness muffins will also be available (on the house!) throughout the parade day, making Hi*Rise a great stop to grab a quick muffin or bagel, cup of coffee, and continue down the parade route.
Yelp

Hopdoddy Burger Bar Denver

Hopdoddy is celebrating with a unique burger special this year - the Luck O' The Daddy Burger comes on a house-made green bun, smothered with green beer cheese, and topped with fries. The burger joint opens up early to accommodate pre-parade needs, at 8 a.m. this Saturday, March 12.
Hopdoddy

Irish Snug

The 13th Annual Capitol Hill Hooley will be in full swing on both Saturday, March 12 and St. Patrick's Day at the Snug. What the heck is a Hooley, you ask? It's Irish slang for a wicked party. This one's got a tent set up out back with live Irish folk music, bagpipers and step dancing, as well as full Irish breakfast until 2 p.m., and plenty of the beloved classics like bangers n' mash, fish n' chips, shepherd's pie, and corned beef and cabbage. The fun runs from noon to midnight after the parade.
Facebook

Katie Mullen's Irish Pub

Ring in the green at Katie Mullen's Irish Pub at the downtown Denver Sheraton with a rocking celebration. The Luck O' the Irish will bring weekend hotel packages at the Sheraton, live Irish folk music and bagpipers, and Irish culinary classics - and you can share the fun with the Denver Firefighters and Rocky Mountain Rollergirls. The hotel will be an official host for the St. Paddy's Day parade on Saturday, March 12.
Facebook

McLoughlin's Restaurant & Bar

McLoughlin's invites parade-goers to a celebration chock full of live music and dance on March 12. From noon until 10:30 p.m., guests will enjoy a good, old fashioned Irish party.
McLoughlin's Restaurant & Bar

Pop's Place

Pop's Place, opening in the former Lower48 space at 2020 Lawrence, will make its grand opening debut on the day of the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The new concept is brought to you by Biker Jim and Steve Kleinman. On parade day, the drinks will be flowing for the first time and the kitchen will provide parade-friendly bites.
Facebook

The Abbey Tavern

Starting at noon this Saturday, March 12, the Abbey Tavern has a full lineup of St. Paddy's Day action with plenty of live music and dancing, and a bouncing castle for the wee ones.
Facebook

The Cherry Cricket

Green beer will be flowing like the salmon of Capistrano at the Cherry Cricket post-St. Paddy's Day parade, along with Irish folk music and dancing, and some fun specials. Try the Guinness burger wedged between two potato pancake buns, corned beef and cabbage, Irish mushroom soup, shamrock milkshakes, and more at the Cricket this Saturday.
Facebook

Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill

Celebrate for a cause after the parade this Saturday - The Thirsty Lion at Union Station is hosting a St. Balderick's fundraiser to raise money for childhood cancer research. Get your head shaved in the name of cancer between 1 and 5 p.m. on March 12.
Yelp

ViewHouse Eatery, Bar & Rooftop

Viewhouse (both the downtown and Centennial locations) will be in the spirit of St. Paddy's Day all week long, with Irish-inspired food and drink specials kicking off on Saturday, March 12, just in time for the parade. Jameson shots and cheap beer will dominate the beverage offerings this week, while the kitchen will offer food specials like a Guinness Irish cheddar, potato and bacon soup, Reuben triangles, and Shepherd's Pie.
Facebook

Wynkoop Brewing Co.

Wynkoop Brewery will provide a fun setting for both before and after the parade. Arrive at 8 a.m. (opening time) to score the best seat in the house with awesome views of the parade at 9:30. $5 Jameson, $4 bloody marys, Irish stouts, Irish nachos, reuben sandwiches and more will all be had this Saturday at the 'Koop.
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