St.Patrick’s Day in Nova Scotia

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Nova Scotia

Shamrocks and shenanigans for all! Your St.Patrick’s Day celebrations could include: enjoying green cider, feasting on an Irish breakfast, sneaking the Leprechaun’s chocolate, and listening to live music. When you keep your celebrations local you’ll be Dublin over in laughter!

For the Sweet Tooth

Rose & Rooster Bakery (March 15 – 16): Playing Irish for the day… why not eat like the Irish too? They’ve created an entire Irish inspired menu for your celebrations, including Irish stew and Guinness chocolate cake. Check out the menu and reserve your spot now.

Kate’s Sweet Indulgence: To celebrate, they’ve whipped up shamrock vanilla shortbread cookies, St.Patrick’s Day cupcakes and their famous Bailey’s cheesecake. All of these items are available for purchase in the shop or to order. Make sure to scoop them up before the Leprechaun does!

Scanway Bakery & Cafe: There are some sugary treats being featured at Scanway Bakery & Cafe this Friday and Saturday for the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations! Try not to get a toothache when you’re gobbling up Irish cream cupcakes, rum balls, Guinness brownies, festive cake pops, and lucky charm doughnuts.

Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop: It must be the luck of the Irish because Sweet Spot Chocolate Shop has got something delicious in store. Pop by and pick up milk and dark chocolate shamrocks to share with your friends.

For the Celebrators

Boxing Rock Irish Festivities (March 15): Kick off the St.Patrick’s Day celebrations early this year! There will be a special on Irish cheese and $5 for a pint of Patricius all day. As well as, live music by Mike Elliot from 4 – 6 p.m.

Saltbox Brewing Company (March 15 – 17): On Friday at Saltbox, a Celtic growl will be delivering traditional music with an edge and Saturday rugby fans will be celebrating the game over a pint . To wrap up the weekend, Mateus Bistro will be on site for Sunday brunch! Check out the full weekend lineup on their social media.

Tatamagouche Brewing Company’s St. Patrick’s Day Party (March 16): Visit on the eve of St.Patrick’s Day for live music with The Chris Gilroy Band. There will be prizes for the best dressed and a tasting contest to test your Tatamagouche Brewing Co. beer knowledge! Tickets are on sale now at the brewery.

Durty Nelly’s (March 17): Who better to celebrate with than the Irish? Durty Nelly’s is going all out for their 10th St. Patrick’s Day Celebration! Bring your 7 a.m. club pin for a free breakfast between 7 and 8 a.m. Get there early!

Paddy’s Brewpub & Rosie’s Restaurant (March 17): Traditional jigs, reels and Irish session music with the Paddy’s Irish Session players, as well as Gordon Tucker and Jack MacDonald.  Listen and clap along or bring your instrument and join the fun!

Lake City Cider: For St. Patrick’s Day, they are celebrating with a small batch of green cider. Green Ginger is a kombucha and cider blend made in collaboration with Pop Cultures Ginger Kombucha. It’s green in color, fresh on the palate and finishes with a hint of spice. Available in their taproom in flights, pints, and 750 ml bottles, until quantities last.

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