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St. Patrick's Day events in Los Angeles

Grab a pint for these St. Patrick's Day events across LA, with festivals, activities and plenty of beer

Photograph: Courtesy Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce
Hermosa Beach St. Patrick's Day Parade.

LA's Irish culture isn't typically the first to come to mind when considering the city's multicultural makeup. Korean? Of course. Mexican? Most definitely. But Irish? We have our old standby pubs—Tom Bergin's, of course—and a thriving beer and brewery scene that are the perfect complement to St. Patrick's Day events in Los Angeles, including festivals, Celtic music performances and parades.

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St. Patrick's Day events for 2016

Sunday Funday at Wurstkuche

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Wurstkuche, pioneer of exotic grilled sausages and imported beer, is hosting a truly fun Sunday tailored specifically for beer lovers and gourmet hot dog fanatics. This all-you-can-drink beer (and white wine) event will score you unlimited pours of any German beer on tap, sausage taster platters, fries and soft German pretzels for $45. Oh yeah, and dessert. Entertainment will include live painting and a DJ set, to be enjoyed while you get your fill of beer and prepare yourself for St. Patrick's Day.

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Until Sun Mar 13

St. Patrick's Day at Tam O'Shanter

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Head to Tam O'Shanter on St. Patrick's Day for an epic celebration starting at 11am and ending, well, whenever the party dies down. A tented area in the parking lot will open at 1pm with music starting at 2pm, as revelers clink pints of green beer, enjoy pub food and show their Irish pride. Enjoy entertainment from Whiskey Sunday, Slugger O'Toole and Ploughboys, and be sure to enter your name into a drawing to win two tickets for an upcoming Whisky Pairing Dinner.

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Until Thu Mar 17

Casey's St. Patrick's Day Street Festival

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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day Downtown this year at the 43rd Annual St. Patrick's Day Street Festival, hosted by Casey's Irish Pub. Early admission begins at 6am—yeah, it's never too late for an Irish coffee—and the street festival ($10 admission) begins at 11:30am. Enjoy musical entertainment from a few local DJs, pizza from Pellicola Pizzeria and plenty of festive drinks.

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Until Fri Mar 18

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Tomasz P
Tomasz P

Pretty cool ... I also would like to eat a Kebab with chili ...