Orlando couldn't be a better option to spend this Irish holiday and our city has plenty of events for everyone to get in on the fun! This historic holiday dates back to the 1600’s and is celebrated on March 17th each year. St Patricks day is celebrated through festive foods, parades, four leaf clovers, and most importantly wearing as much green as possible.
We have gathered the best events around the city for you to choose from for this special day.
Outdoor Street Party and Celebration
You can expect tons of fun located at the Promenade at Sunset Walk. There are a total of 16 restaurants in for the occasion leaving plenty of options for goers to pick from. Live music is to be played and it is said that leprechauns will be present. Perfect for family and friends. Admission is free and a good time is to be had!
Mighty St. Patrick's Festival - Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant
The restaurant located in Disney Springs is honoring the Irish holiday in all of its traditional ways and more! Live music and entertainers are to be present, but to make it even more special they have chosen bands and dancers authentically from Ireland themselves. Reservations are required, book soon to make sure you are able to enjoy your most memorable St. Patrick’s day yet.
St. Patrick's Day Weekend at Boxi Park
This unique outside venue is perfect for those wanting to celebrate the holiday while practicing safe measure. At HOW Motors we consider this little gem a part of our neck of the woods and are proud to say so. Traditional food, live music, and activities are planned for the weekend of March 13-14. With tons of different food trucks, everyone will be able to find something they love.
Be sure not miss out on the shepherds pies, corned beef, and Irish stews this year! Get out and enjoy all the happenings, but don't forget to do it in style. Book one of our luxury vehicles to get you wherever you want to go! Because why worry about wearing green when you can drive our green Lamborghini Huracan?
May you be touched by a bit of Irish luck this St. Patricks Day!