St. Patrick's Day is the National Holiday of Ireland and Northern Ireland. It is celebrated in honour of Saint Patrick, a Christian missionary born in the 4th century and the primary patron saint of Ireland.
Originally, St. Patrick's Day was a church celebration but it has since turned into a celebration of Irishness in many countries around the globe. Even non-Irish nationals like joining in on the celebrations that day.
On St. Patrick's Day, the many Irish pubs in Berlin open their doors for people who want to experience the easy-going Irish attitude towards life. The pubs usually offer live music and Guinness, the "national drink of Ireland".
The bar in this Irish Pub is 36 metres long which makes it one of the longest in Europe.
Hanauer Straße 80
The Blarney Pub is known for its friendly atmosphere and traditional Irish folk music.
The Oscar Wilde Irish Pub was the first of its kind in former East Berlin.
Am Zwirngraben 17-20
Jülicher Straße 4
The Offside Pub offers a large variety of whiskeys/whiskies (more than 600), draught beers and cider.
Flensburger Straße 7
The Dunmore Cave serves 5 varietes of draught beer, 10 bottled beers and 30 types of whisk(e)y from Ireland, Scotland and countries overseas.
The pub in Prenzlauer Berg offers more than 100 varietes of whiskey from all over the world, draught beer und finger food.
The Victoria Celtic Pub is located in the heart of Spandau and serves Kilkenny, Guinness, Strongbow and Newcastle Brown Ale.