St Patrick’s Day is one of the most celebrated days in Liverpool and each year the city throws a St Patricks Day party to remember.
Often referred to as the second capital of Ireland, Liverpool is rich in Irish history and heritage. From our street names to the Irish immigrants who came here and made Liverpool what it is today; we have a lot to celebrate on the 17th March 2016.
Irish people have been settling in Liverpool since the late 1790’s and today it’s no different. As you walk through the streets of Liverpool you’ll regularly hear the distinct Irish accent coming from both the older and younger generations and you may be surprised to know that it’s thought 50 percent of Liverpudlians have Irish heritage.
This year, St Patrick’s Day falls on a Thursday which means the party will be in full swing as it gears up for a whole weekend of celebrations.
There are a large number of Irish pubs and bars which will be filled to the brim but this year Liverpool will also host its annual St Patrick’s Day Parade with thousands expected to hit the streets dressed head to toe in green waving the Irish flag.
St Patrick’s Day Parade
The St Patricks Day Parade is a brilliant event to kick start your patron saint celebrations in Liverpool. Staring at Great Orford Street and Mount Pleasant the parade winds its way through Liverpool’s city centre ending at Derby Square.
You’ll be following the Manchester Community Pipe Band, Cambria Welsh Drum Band and the Liverpool Irish Flute Band who will be adorned in the national colour of green.
Be sure to take some Irish flags with you to wave and don’t forget the green attire and Guinness top hats to complete the look.
Liverpool is home to a large number of Irish Bars all of which are distinctly unique but all hugely popular and is guaranteed to be filled to the brim from the crack of dawn on Paddy’s Day.
Shenanigans is an independent Irish pub which claims to serve the best Guinness and craic in Liverpool, but we’ll let you decide that.
The Paddy’s Day celebrations are starting early at this fabulous little pub located on Tithebarn Street with doors opening at 9 am you’ll be greeted by breakfast, a pint of Guinness and a shooter as well as a special goody bag.
Pogue Mahone’s is another traditional Irish bar located on Seel street in the heart of Liverpool’s city centre. Again, like Shenanigans, Pogue’s claims to serve the best Guinness in Liverpool.
We won’t go into the details of what Pogue Mahone translates into but we can assure you this proper Irish boozer is warm, friendly and will really make you feel like you’re in the heart of Dublin. There will live singers and lots of fun to be had for the entire weekend.
Flanagans is a three-floor Irish bar located in the heart of Liverpool’s lively Cavern Quarter, home of the Beatles.
With live music every night and food served until late, you’re guaranteed an incredible St Patrick’s Day at Flanagans which will be open all day and be the only place to celebrate Paddy’s Day if you’re in the Cavern Quarter.
The Liffey Bar
The Liffey bar is a hugely popular bar offering a warm Irish welcome and grand old time, from the outside it doesn’t look like your typical Irish bar, but once you step inside you’ll be greeted by old, scruffy furniture, barrels for tables and green walls with a map of Dublin proudly displayed.
Located on Renshaw Street, The Liffey is the perfect bar to get your Paddy’s Day celebrations underway so make sure you pop in, it’s also conveniently located for those who will be heading into town later.
Although O’Neils has become a well-known chain in the UK and many argue it has lost its Irish roots, they certainly know how to put on a St Patrick’s Day celebration.
Liverpool’s O’Neils is situated in the heart of the city centre and is hosting a week long Paddy’s Day extravaganza which all kicks off on Monday 14th March until Sunday the 20th so if you’re really in the mood to celebrate Paddy then O’Neils is the place to be.
Medication is Liverpool’s legendary student night hosted within the Arts Club on Seel Street and their St Patrick’s Day special is set to be the most exciting night of the year.
You’re guaranteed to find plenty of ginger wigs, shamrocks and almost everyone in some sort of dress up here at Medication so find your best green dress and be prepared for one hell of a party.
Liverpool’s most popular superclub is hosting a St Paddy’s Day Special across three floors with an entire floor dedicated to the biggest Paddy’s Day Anthems.
So get your dancing shoes on and head to Level for what’s expected to be a memorable night with a distinct Irish twist.
Liverpool’s most exciting bar, Bar Signature is hosting a Paddy’s Day Weekender starting on Thursday 17th March.
Playing all the best tunes for the entire weekend, make sure you’re in the mood to celebrate as Bar Signature is set to be a lockout.
As well as all of the amazing cocktails on offer for two for £10, Bar Signature are serving green jelly shots and Irish Flag shots which are guaranteed to ensure you have an amazing night.
If you’re sticking to pints, why not turn it green to really get into the spirit of St Patrick’s Day.
Signature Living Offers
Here at Signature Living, we love celebrating St Patrick’s Day and we want to share our excitement with you. We’ve handpicked a number of exciting offers for you over the St Patrick’s Day weekend so you’ll not only have an amazing Paddy’s Day in Liverpool but do it in style.
Stay & Irish Breakfast
If you’ve never experienced a proper Irish breakfast, St Patrick’s Day is the day to do it. With all the usual components of a full English breakfast, the full Irish breakfast consists of bacon, sausages and black and white pudding, eggs, vegetables and potato all fried in creamery butter. It is served with a generous helping of homemade Irish soda bread and some good butter.
Stay in one of our magnificent rooms at either James Street or The Shankly Hotel where you’ll enjoy a luxury night’s stay for just £89pp.
Stay, Dine & Irish Breakfast
If you’re looking for a complete stay with Signature Living, this offer is for you.
Both The Shankly Hotel and 30 James Street are offering an overnight stay on Thursday 17th March along with a meal in either The Bastion or Carpathia restaurant’s and an Irish breakfast the following morning which is a sure way to get rid of any sore heads you may have from the night before.
Carpathia recently launched their new menus which are utterly delicious and something you need to experience.
For availability, more information or to book at stay with us please call 0151 459 4101.
The bars will also be serving a number of specialist drinks and cocktails to celebrate Paddy’s such as Irish Mojitos, Jameson Sours and Baby Guinness Shots.