It’s time to dust off your favorite green attire and share in the luck of the Irish while celebrating St. Patrick’s day in Sacramento.
Whether you’re looking for a low-key activity or an all-out Irish meal, Sacramento365 has rounded up a few St. Paddy’s day must-do’s. Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone that the leprechauns made you do it!
Dawson’s Luck of the Irish Family Meal
Dawson’s Steakhouse at Hyatt Regency
Pre-order by March 15 | Pick-up on March 17 after 1pm
Indoor dining may still be closed, but the Hyatt Regency Sacramento has an awesome St. Patrick’s Day to-go dinner you can enjoy. The meal feeds four and includes slow cooked corned beef, charred cabbage and carrots, red bliss potatoes, house-made Irish soda bread and chocolate stout cupcakes. Dinner will be available for pick up on St. Patrick’s Day.
St. Patrick’s Day Hunt
Old Sacramento Waterfront via the Eventzee App
At your pace | Amador Sons performance (3/17) 4pm-7pm
All ages will enjoy this lucky physically distant St. Patrick’s Day hunt. Starting March 13, participate in two new St. Patrick’s Day hunts, while supporting local businesses and playing to win lucky prizes. Make sure to dress in your festive greens and enjoy the tunes of local band, Amador Sons who will be playing from the balcony of the What Cheer House (102 K St) at the Old Sacramento Waterfront from 4pm-7pm on March 17.
St. Patrick’s Day with deVere’s
deVere’s Irish Pub
Place To-Go Meal Order by March 15
deVere’s Irish Pub is offering two ways to celebrate its favorite holiday! Pre-order a family-style Corned Beef and Cabbage meal to-go or simply walk up to their window and order to enjoy on their patio. St. Patrick’s Day isn’t quite the same without some Irish Whiskey and Guinness, so you can also add on a bottle of Jameson and a four-pack of beer to your food order.
Celtic Mermaid Drawing Class
March 13 | Sat 6pm
Knotwork, shamrocks, harps and more! Everything a Celtic mermaid needs to celebrate the spring season. Draw your own Celtic Mermaid with Disney Storybook Artist Casey Robin in this fun class for all ages, and all levels of drawing experience.
Ettore’s Lucky Treats
Ettore’s Bakery and Cafe
Place Orders Through March 17
Lucky or not, Ettore’s baked goods are a perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Whether you have a Bailey’s Cake Cup, a St. Patrick’s Sugar Shamrock or Irish Soda Bread, your tummy (and heart) is sure to feel the Irish love.
St. Patrick’s Day at Fairytale Town
March 17 | Wed 9am-4pm
Celebrate with crafts and a pot of gold scavenger hunt at Fairytale Town on St. Patrick’s Day. Let your imagination run wild in the outdoor children’s museum that brings fairytales and nursery rhymes to life. Don’t be surprised if you run into a leprechaun along the way. Note: Advance reservations are required.
Limelight’s Lucky Menu
Limelight Bar & Cafe
March 17 | Wed 11am-10pm
Limelight is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with its “Irish I Had a Drink” menu. Enjoy a Dublin Summer, St. Paddy’s Punch, an Irish Apple or an Irish Mule. You’ll definitely feel lucky no matter your choice.
St. Patrick’s Day Specials at LowBrau
Through March 17 | Various Hours
The festivities have already begun in the LowBrau Beer Garden. Stop on by for some St. Patrick’s Day specials including Guinness cans, Slane Irish Whiskey and an Original Pattern ‘Color Me Murphy’ Irish Red.
Two Fayre Ladies at Strad Mead St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
March 20 | Sat 11am-10pm
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at a free and family-friendly outdoor event. Enjoy live entertainment all day with face painting and a performance from a local Sacramento storyteller. Papi’s Kitchen will also be on-site to serve up some tasty, corned beef and prime rib sandwiches.
Want a little more luck of the Irish? Check out our Holiday Events Page for even more St. Paddy’s Day festivities and restaurant specials.
Blog by Rachael Durling.