St. Patrick’s Day in Park City
For anyone who has been here pre-pandemic, you know that the town “becomes Irish” for St. Patrick’s Day in Park City. Whether your roots are from the Emerald Island or not, you will want to celebrate the Irish spirit on St. Patty’s Day.
A long-time tradition for St. Patrick’s Day in Park City is to visit Flanagan’s on Main. This hometown pub offers authentic Irish fayre, beers and spirits. Select from classic dishes like Fish N-Chips, Shepherd’s Pie, Bangers N Mash or Corned Beef and Cabbage. And if you stop by for lunch, try their signature Corned Beef Sandwich. For Guiness lovers, Flanagan’s on Main, features Guiness Draught on tap, and they ensure every pint is poured to house standards and served in the Imperial 20 oz glass. After celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Park City at Flanagan’s on Main, finish your visit with a cup of Irish Coffee and home-made whipped cream.
If for you, St. Patrick’s Day in Park City means music and merriment, then an evening of Dueling Pianos at The Spur Bar & Grill is the perfect choice. Arrive at the bar before 8 PM and enjoy the musical stylings of Daniel Torriente. This singer/songwriter and human jukebox will delight and entertain your entire party. Then at 9 PM the Dueling begins, with a team of phenomenal pianists performing popular tunes and audience requests. The Spur Bar & Grill has a full bar and serves delicious appetizers and pub favorites.
Let the whole family enjoy St. Patrick’s Day by booking a ride on the St. Paddy’s Train. On Friday, March 18th, the Heber Valley Railroad honors the holiday with entertainment by Leaping Lulu – (a neo-traditional Irish Folk Band.)
However you decide to spend your St. Patrick’s Day in Park City, be sure to share your favorite photo memory with us on Instagram @MountainExpressMag.