Poland, Pubs/Restaurants, Warsaw 14 mar 2016

How to: St Patrick’s Day in Warsaw.


St Patrick’s Day. Great opportunity to get drunk and enjoy yourself. In this article I will mention a brief history of this holiday and tell you where you can celebrate this year. Enjoy!


St Patrick’s Day (irl. Lá ‘le Pádraig lub Lá Fhéile Pádraig) is a national Irish and catholic holiday that is celebrated on 17th of March. It also is a public holiday in the Northern Ireland the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the British Overseas Territory of Montserrat. According to the legends, St Patrick was the man who, introduced Christianity to Ireland and explained the Saint Trinity with a shamrock. If you want to know more about him, click here and watch this 3 min movie.


Nowadays St. Patrick’s is celebrated not only by Christians, and it lost most of its religious roots. It is more associated with leprechauns, alcohol and color green. But going back to Warsaw. First thing that can be safely recommended is Shamrocks the Irish Pub that is located at Rynek Starego Miasta 29. Despite that there are parties and clubs ready for ya. ESN Kozminski party is the one we should all be at [click] you can enter just for 20zl on Karowa 31. If can’t or don’t want to party during the working week time, Warsaw got you covered. Just join the “St Patrick’s Day BIGGEST Party in Warsaw” in Blue Cactus club at Zajączkowska 11 [click].  


Despite that, remember to dress green, and enjoy this day as much as you can. If you like drinking, then drink. If not, try to look around for some Irish-themed delicacies. Feel free to comment, like and see you at the parties.

Happy St Patrick’s Day :)


One Response to “How to: St Patrick’s Day in Warsaw.”

  1. I’m looking forward for St Patrick’s Day! :)

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