Hotel & casino guide to St. Patty's Day celebrations in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations

No city enjoys celebrating holidays more than Las Vegas, Nevada. And St. Patrick’s Day is no different than the Fourth of July or Groundhog Day. If it happens, Las Vegas will celebrate it.

And Las Vegas does its celebrations up right. On St. Patrick’s Day, green beer and Irish whiskey will flow freely. And in Vegas, everyone is Irish for a day, no questions asked.

Mandalay Bay

The Paddy Fest at Ri Ra Irish Pub at the Mandalay Bay is a celebration of St. Patrick’s Day as well as Irish drink, food and culture. Irish breakfast will be served from 8 am to 10 am. A special St. Patrick’s Day menu will be served from 10 am to 11 pm. The menu offerings include

* Sausage Roll
* Deviled Scotch Eggs
* Corned Beef & Cabbage
* Reuben
* Fish & Chips
* Beef & Guinness Stew
* Irish Chicken Curry

A full Irish Whiskey List will be available all day, Live music from Dublin’s World Record Breaking band, The Black Donnellys.

Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino offers enchanting, elegant accommodations plus 11 acres of beach environment that includes 3 pools, a lazy river and a wave pool.

Plaza Hotel & Casino

Have a lot of fun at a great St. Patrick’s Day Party at the Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas. Starting at 7 pm under the dome, enjoy live music, a live DJ, leprechauns and drink specials. A live fireworks show will light up the sky with fantastic green pyrotechnics. Shot from multiple locations, the fireworks can be seen from the dome and Fremont Street.

The historic Plaza Hotel is located at the west end of Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas.


O’Shea’s Pub at The LINQ believes it’s “St. Patrick’s Day everyday” so you know they will go all out on the actual St. Patrick’s Day. You can party your shamrocks off there on March 17! And the High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ will be all lit up in green for the holiday.

The LINQ Hotel & Casino is on the Las Vegas Strip adjacent to the LINQ High Roller Observation Wheel.