(Pictured above: McElroy's Irish Pub)

You may have missed Houston’s St. Patty’s Day festivities this past weekend, but your luck hasn’t run out just yet. Here are some celebrations to be a part of starting today through the weekend.

Irish Cowboy Grand Opening and Festival

What used to be Celtic Gardens in Midtown will be opening as “Irish Cowboy” for the first time on Thursday, March 17th. Lucky for us, Midtown’s annual St. Patrick’s Festival will carry on at this location starting Thursday and it won’t end until Sunday. Irish Cowboy was designed with both Irish and Western themes in mind. Tickets to the four day festival are available online, or you can buy a single day ticket at the door.

Brewery Tour with Fresh Tap Tours

An all-inclusive ticket to this brewery tour covers transportation on an air-conditioned party bus taking you to three Houston craft microbreweries, escorted by a beer guru to help you learn all about the process, taste, and style of craft beer. Use promo code "BEERMARKETCO" when booking to get 15% off. The brewery tour takes place Saturday, March 19th.

Howl at the Moon

Green beer, leprechaun bombs, car bombs, and “Get Lucky” buckets will all be readily available at this St. Patrick’s Day extravaganza. Howl at the Moon specializes in live covers of dance party favorites that will be sure to get you out of your seat. Live music begins at 8.



Topgolf, a premier event venue featuring golf games for all ages and skill levels, is hosting a unique Saint Patrick’s Day Party this year. “Shamrock with Topgolf” takes place in Katy tonight until midnight with live music, prizes, and green beer. Admission is free. 

Midtown PubCrawl

Why settle for one location when you can explore so many of Houston’s finest? Many venues in Midtown are participating in this annual pub crawl, including Midtown Drinkery, Little Woodrow's, Christian's Tailgate, Spare Key, The Dogwood, Sage Country, Komodos Pub, and others.

Baker Street Pub & Grill (Katy, Westheimer, Willowbrook, & Cypress)

Enjoy Houston’s beautiful weather at any Baker Street Pub & Grill locations: Westheimer, Katy, Willowbrook, and Cypress. All locations will all feature live music from bands like The Fuse, Fidelity Maxx, Vertigo, Midnight Release, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Live music and green beer in the great outdoors beginning at 4 p.m. 

Lucky’s Pub and Festival

Lucky’s is renowned throughout Houston for its annual St. Patrick’s Day festival in three different locations: downtown, Cypress, and the Heights. Enjoy over 100,000 square feet of party space, bagpipers, DJs, green beer, and 15 live bands. 94.5 The Buzz will be broadcasting the celebration live.

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McGonigel’s Mucky Duck Pub

For a more traditional Irish celebration, McGonigel’s Mucky Duck Pub offers authentic Celtic music and dance on two stages from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. As an added bonus, McGonigel’s is observing its 25th anniversary, so you can pick yourself up a celebratory t-shirt.

A True Irish Dinner at Kris Bistro & Wine Lounge

If you’re looking for a little more high end celebration this Saint Patrick’s day, indulge in a true Irish dinner and beer pairing, including appetizer, seafood entree, lamb entree, and dessert stations. Seats are limited, so you’ll need to make reservations online.

“The Green Mile” Block Party on Main

“The Green Mile” comprises of six different venues all connected in one big block party. Some notable highlights of the event include a dog costume contest, live music, and comedic performance. The first 100 in attendance will receive free crawfish and green beer, and all attendees will be entered into a raffle to win a grand prize at 9pm.