COVID friendly 2021 St. Patrick’s Day Events and Open restaurants in Seattle, Bellingham, & North Spokane
It's our second St. Patrick's Day with Covid-19 around. For most of us, a lot has changed in the last year. Many of us still have Covid-19 restrictions in place where we live, with reduced capacity at bars and restaurants. For those of us who do want to go out for St. Patrick's day we've compiled a list of restaurants serving up the common St. Patrick's day items like corned beef and green beer!
March 17, 2021
Seattle St. Patrick’s Day events and open restaurants
With the Seattle Center Irish Festival cancelled for 2021, this year’s celebration will be a Virtual Irish Festival 90 Minute Show, which you can find airing on March 13 and again on St Patrick’s Day March 17. For more information, click here.
From McMenamins, “A year ago St. Patrick’s Day was about the time it felt like the world fell apart. Not only did we have to cancel festivities, we shut down entirely and it was heartbreaking in many regards – which is why this year is extra-special, and we are delighted to celebrate with you again, carefully.
You’ll find McMenamins Irish Stout, Irish food & drink specials and live music. May the luck of the Irish be with us all in 2021. Sláinte!
Devils Bit Whiskey will be on sale in the Market at 9am. 200ml flask, limit 2 per customer. Devils Bit is our annual St. Patrick’s Day whiskey. This year’s spirit is a true Irish-style whiskey aged six years in Spanish sherry barrels.”
For more information, click here.
Shawn O’Donnells Irish Pub & Restaurant
Need to get that corned beef fix for St. Patty’s? O’Donnell’s will be accepting pre-orders for pickup as well as limited dining. From O’Donnell’s, “Shawn O’Donnell’s is excited to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2021. We are looking forward to hosting a safe party with plenty of fun. Inside dining available will be festive, but a wee bit toned down as the times call for. We will have Patio Seating available at our Seattle locations. Learn more, here.
From Kells: “Founded in 1983 by the McAleese family, Kells brings the traditions and culture of the Glens of Antrim to Seattle and offers a truly authentic Irish experience. Located in Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market, Kells occupies one of the oldest historic buildings in the city – the Butterworth building, Seattle’s first mortuary – bringing old town charm and Irish culture to life. In addition to superb dine-in areas, our banquet and private dining facilities prove popular no matter what the season.
Learn more, here.
Bellingham St. Patrick’s Day events and open restaurants
From Runnin, “Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Bellingham style with the Runnin’ O’ the Green. Keep the dream alive in this virtual event replete with its very own costume contest modeled after the man, the myth, the legend – Rob Rogers! Choose from 5 different routes in Bellingham or make your own 5K or 8K course. Participants receive a shirt and commemorative coaster because nobody needs rings on their table. Prizes for costumes, prizes for age groups, prizes for winners and prizes for being cool! Register the whole family today!” For more information, click here.
St. Patrick’s at Boundary Bay
From Boundary Bay, “Celebrate with us in both our outdoor AND INDOOR dining! Indoor dining is first-come, first-served as capacity is very limited. Reservations available for outdoor dining only.
NO regular menu this day. Instead, our kitchen will be set up to cook our St Patrick’s Day Special menu only, including Irish classics like Corned Beef & Cabbage, Shepherd’s Pie, a Reuben and Irish Stew. Vegetarian options available! Special menu coming soon.” For more information, click here.
From Chuckanut, “🍀🌈St Pattys Day-Chuckanut style…
Corned beef, cabbage, stout, and green kolsch will all be available at our North Nut location tomorrow for St. Patrick’s Day 12:30-7!
Luck o the Irish! Or the beer drinkers! 🍻” For more information, click here.
Spokane St. Patrick’s Day events and open restaurants
From O’Donnell’s, “Shawn O’Donnell’s is excited to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2021. We are looking forward to hosting a safe party with plenty of fun. Inside dining available will be festive, but a wee bit toned down as the times call for. On St. Patrick’s Day we will offer walk up pick up for an easy way to get your corned beef fix or other available menu items quick and easy. No need to pre-order. Walk on up and order directly off the patio without even coming in. Pay and go- should be super easy and tasty!
We will have a selection of Irish whiskeys, beer, and O’Donnell’s merchandise also available for sale.” For more information, click here.
St Patrick’s at O’Doherty’s Irish Grille
From O’Doherty, “Thank you to all who have made reservations for celebrating with us tomorrow ☘️ Our tables inside the pub are all taken, but the patio will be open at 11:30 for “first come, first serve” seating. Due to covid protocol, patrons must remain seated at their tables- and please bring your mask 😷☘️☘️ We look forward to a day of celebrating our Irish heritage with food, drink, singing and some shenanigans! ☘️☘️” For more information, click here.
From Pooles Public house, “Poole’s Public House is a restaurant/sports bar located on the corner of Hastings & Ruby Roads in North Spokane and on the South Hill at the corner of Regal Street & 55th Avenue. We hope it’ll feel like home when you meet friends and family to eat, drink and catch your favorite sporting event! We offer a full menu, (not just typical pub food), 18 ice cold beers on tap (15 at the south pub), over 30 flavors of bottled beers, a hand-picked selection of wines and a great variety of spirits! We look forward to serving you!” For more information, click here.