St. Patrick’s Day in Park City

It’s that time of year, St. Patty’s Day is here! So, put on your Pairti (Party in Gaelic) hat and paint the town green.

Flanagans - St Patrick's Day in Park CitySt. Patrick’s Day in Park City starts early at Flanagan’s Irish Pub and Restaurant. Located on Main Street, kick off your St Patty’s celebration with DJ Montgomery on Thursday 3/14. All weekend long they will be giving away prizes from Skis to Snowboards, Snow Gear to Swag. Check out their mystery guest on Friday. Then stroll into the pub on Saturday afternoon to hear Ryan Walsh play his bagpipes while you enjoy a bowl of Irish Beef Stew. Finish off the weekend at the St Patty’s Irish Brunch on Sunday and delight in Irish fare and hang around to hear Rick Gerber and The Night Caps. flanagansonmain.com

If you love the nightlife, then The Spur has you covered this weekend. With entertainment starting at 10 PM, stop by every night; Blue Divide on Friday, Caleb Gray Band on Saturday and Dueling Pianos on Sunday. Plus, they have musical guests scheduled throughout the rest of the week. Don’t forget they are now serving their own Spur Whiskey. thespurbarandgrill.com

Planning on spending your Sunday on the slopes? For our Deer Valley skiers, St. Patty Specials abound all day; cruise in for breakfast or lunch at the Snow Park Restaurant and try an Irish Special. Slide into the DV Grocery Cafe for a hearty lamb pot pie, or warm up with Irish Beef and Guinness Stew at The Brass Tag. deervalley.com

And of course, Park City Mountain will be showing it’s love of the Irish too. On Sunday, The Farm, Red Tail and Legends will be serving Irish themed food all day. Then after your day of shredding, enjoy St. Patrick themed s’mores and cookies and apres’ live music from 3-5 PM. If you forget your green, don’t worry, Park City Mountain has you covered; just stop by one of their decorated Park City tents to get complimentary green gear. parkcitymountain.com

Wherever you decide to spend your St Patrick’s Day in Park City, enjoy the holiday and remember the Irish Toast: “May the winds of fortune sail you, may you sail a gentle sea, may it always be the other guy who says, this drink’s on me.“