Just like Christmas, bike taxis, and your girlfriend’s birthday – St. Patrick’s Day comes out of nowhere. And of course, this Chicago-famous celebration is always worth planning ahead for.
But oh my gosh, you’re like so busy. You have no plans, and you’re totally screwed. Nope, you’re wrong.
Although the real St. Patrick’s day is next Tuesday (March 17th), the real weirdness goes down this Saturday, March 14th. So if you haven’t made your plans yet, you’re in luck.
Starting at 9am, each of these bars will be opening their doors for a Saturday brunch unlike any other. The package includes:
- Scrambled eggs.
- Corned beef sandwiches.
- Tator tots.
- Premium bar.
- Enough said.
Click the banner or links below to buy your tickets, and remember to tell all your friends. If you don’t have any friends, maybe this Saturday would be a good time to make some.
Can’t decide which bar to go to? Here’s a quick breakdown.
Plus, if you get tired of having Irish car bombs all day, Kirkwood has fishbowls. If you’re not sold by that, then I don’t know what else to tell you.
Kirkwood is located at 2934 N Sheffield Ave, right by the Wellington Brown Line stop.
Schoolyard has the best description ever.
Their motto is “sorry we party” and to describe their establishment, they literally say, “Schoolyard is where you go to lose your inhibitions.”
So yah, going here for St. Patrick’s Day just makes sense.
Schoolyard is located at 3258 N Southport Ave, just near the Southport Brown Line stop.
With four different bars and 50 plasma screen televisions, good-looking women aren’t the only thing that will distract your attention at Crossing.
Crossing is located at 2548 N Southport Ave.