Burnsville, Minnesota has a rich history as an Irish settlers’ town. Because of this, it’s sure to be a hot spot for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations! In fact, there are many great places to go and celebrate your Irish heritage after the Twin Cities parade. Check out the list of our favorite places in the Burnsville area for you to venture after the parade is over!
Everybody is Irish when they visit Lucky’s 13 Pub! Lucky’s will be celebrating with live music from 3 pm – 6 pm, favorite Irish dishes like Corned Beef & Cabbage, Rueben Chowder, and, of course, Green Beer Specials. Click here to view their offerings!
The Nutmeg Brewhouse is Burnsville’s own craft brewery! This local beer hub is the perfect place to go and grab a delicious pint of craft beer, listen to some traditional Irish music, and enjoy some truly delectable food.
Located in Apple Valley, Celts Craft House believes that the Irish Trinity Knot stands for Authentic Food, Craft Beer, and Hand-Crafted Cocktails. That’s why it’s the perfect place to go to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Stop by Celts Craft House and you’re sure to be feeling lucky. View the Celts Craft House menu and offerings.
With over 48 beers on tap, 30 in bottles, and another 15 in cans, you’re sure to find something to help you feel the “luck o’ the Irish”. If you plan to visit, be sure to get there early to ensure you have somewhere to sit!
This Irish themed sports bar in Savage, MN is a must on St. Patrick’s Day, serving up traditional bar fare with good old-fashioned Irish hospitality. McHugh’s Public House offers a fantastic family atmosphere, at a great value for all.
As you can see, there are plenty of great places in the Burnsville area to go and embrace your Irish (or maybe not-so-Irish) heritage. But that’s not all there is to do in Burnsville – for more trip ideas, check out 5 more reasons why you should visit Burnsville. Book your St. Patrick’s Day getaway today and save on your trip by requesting a copy of our Ticket to Savings Coupon book.