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Cesar Lerma / 16 March, 2017

St. Patrick’s Day in Vallarta-Nayarit is a Festive Adult Affair

Join us as Vallarta-Nayarit celebrates the Irish in all of us on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17), from Murphy’s Pub on the Malecon & Los Muertos Brewery in Old Town to a week of lively Mexican festivities in the pueblo of San Patricio, 4 hours south.

St. Patrick's Day in Vallarta-Nayarit

Everyone’s Irish this St. Patrick’s Day in Vallarta-Nayarit

Did you know that St. Patty’s Day is actually a bigger party in North America than anywhere in Ireland? Stemming from the Irish immigrant population in New York City, Boston, and Chicago of the mid-1800s, the March 17th holiday has become not only a celebration of Irish culture and community, but a statement of solidarity with all people who endure hardships for the betterment of their families. That said, let’s be honest – it’s also a great excuse to chase Irish whiskey with green beer, while fattening up on corned beef and cabbage. Where to find such delights for a proper St. Patrick’s Day in Banderas Bay? Here are a few local favorites:

Murphy’s Irish Pub

Murphy’s Irish Pub puerto vallarta

484 Morelos

Festivities start with the Pre-St. Patrick’s Party, 12-4pm on Wednesday, March 15th. For a charitable donation of just $250 MXN, guests enjoy an afternoon of live music, and old country dishes like Guinness Stout Stew, Corned Beef, and Fish & Chips. On the morning of St. Patty’s, expect things to kick off closer to 10am, with more live music, food and drink specials.

Los Muertos Brewing

los muertos brewing

Lázaro Cárdenas 302

Breakfast at PV’s most popular brewery in Old Town is FREE from 10-11:30am with any drink purchase, including pints of green beer for just $30 MXN each.

Casa Isabel

483 Del Bosque

Holiday festivities often include heaping helpings of traditional Irish fare and rivers of green beer at this classy Canadian expat hotspot.

A Day Trip for Passionate St. Patty’s Partiers

Everyone knows how Mexican cities honor their patron saints – with more than a week of nightly parades, street parties, and over-the-top fireworks displays. Expect all this and more if you choose to make the trek to the pueblo of San Patricio. Just a 4-hour drive or bus ride straight south along Highway 200 delivers you to quite likely the wildest, most whimsical and passionate St. Patrick’s Day celebration you’ll ever experience.

 
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