St. Patrick's Day in NYC

Whether you want to watch the St. Patrick's Day Parade or just hang out in an Irish pub, here's our guide to celebrating St. Patty's Day in NYC

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Leslie T
Leslie T

history lesson for you over the pond.............. St. Patrick  was not even an irish man........ he was a welsh man sent to ireland by Dewi Sant - saint David to ease the burden of the people Potato famine....... known today as BOG Trotters.... it is called paddys day by the irish people themselves........... the welsh and scottish still call it st. patricks day......... the sassanaches (english) dont even reccognise st. patricks day..... they only reccognise st. Davids day, st. Andrews and st. George's day.


also in 1917 southern ireland rejected the offer from the british government's offer for a free ireland........... because all ulster men were fighting in at the front in france.


you yanks that claim to be descendant from irish blood are what we celts call............ Plastic........... your grandparents/great grandparents moved late18th/19th century............. 


gaelic speaking welshman......... who is born and bread in Wales

St Patrick or St Pat or St Paddy or Paddy's Day. NEVER EVER Patty's day. Poor research and editing.

LA
LA

It is PADDY'S Day NOT Patty's Day. Very disappointed even Time Out gets this wrong.

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