Tampa Among Best Places In U.S. To Party On St. Patty’s Day
Let’s just get one thing straight, Tampa is NUMBER FREAKING ONE IN AMERICA when it comes to Irish pubs and restaurants per capita. Don’t you even insinuate that we don’t like to party!
while not many of our residents are truly of Irish descent, we embrace any reason to celebrate. That’s why we all become Irish on March 17th, even if it’s only for a day. Wallethub recently posted the results of their poll showing that Tampa loves to get down on St. Paddy’s Day, claiming a Top 20 position out of the entire country…’cuz we dig slamming beer and dyeing the river green! Tampa loves March 17th so much that we are right up there with Boston, New York City, Philly and Chicago when it comes to going green.
Tampa dominates the country with Irish pubs and restaurants, with our per capita average jumping ahead of any other city in America. That’s why St. Patrick’s Day is a true party in Tampa. With an abundance of pub crawls, green beer, corned beef and cabbage specials, you will always be able to find a party in Tampa. One of the biggest happenings in Tampa is the River O’ Green, which takes place on the Hillborough River on the grounds of Curtis Hixon Park. As everyone enjoys the beautiful early-spring weather, the water in the river is dyed bright green. Food, drinks and entertainment are provided throughout the event. Tampa’s River O’ Green will happen on Saturday, March 18th this year, assuring that everyone will be able to come out and have a great day. If you have to be downtown for other reasons this Saturday, please remember that traffic will be a factor in your arrival time.
There’s an added feature for this year’s celebration, too. The Freedom Boat Club will be offering free boat rides in the bright green water of the Hillsborough River during the River O’ Green celebration. For those of you who have navigated the channel via boat, you know how gorgeous a trip on the water can be. If you’d like to learn more about the festival at Curtis Hixon park, click here. You’ll also find information about LOTS of other St. Patrick’s day festivities. Have a great time and may the luck o’ the Irish be with you! Source: Patch.com
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