17/03/2020 @ 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
St Patrick’s Day at Mick O’Shea’s
The annual St Patrick’s Day event has been scaled back based on the latest government advice regarding large public gatherings.
The health and well being of our customers and staff is imperative. The advertised and scheduled entertainment and activities has been cancelled. The hotel will however trade as per usual across food, beverage and gaming. The advertised food specials, Guinness, green beer and merchandise will still be available. If you need to change your booking, please call us on 08 8388 6944. We will provide further updates as any new information comes to light.
Mick O’Shea’s plays host to the biggest and best St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Adelaide!
Set to be bigger and better than ever, join us at this Adelaide Pub for a celebration of all things Irish. On St Patrick’s Day, guests can enjoy themed food and drink specials.
Dine in the restaurant, hang out in the outdoor pavilion or soak up some sunshine on the lawn. There will be cocktail jugs, beers and more
Furthermore, if you’re feeling the Irish luck, you could win a Guinness, Magner’s or Jameson’s St Patrick’s Day hat to wear on the day.
Most importantly, bookings are available inside only. If you are wanting outdoor seating, we recommend coming in early and getting in first. Further to this you can bring your picnic rug along and soak up some sunshine on the lawn – no BYO food or drinks.
Book now via the booking link below or call 8384 6944 to secure your spot for St Patrick’s Day celebrations at Mick’s.
St Patrick’s Day Celebrations Include:
- Pimms & Shamrock Sour jugs $23
- All day dining menu 12-9pm
- Chefs Irish food specials
- St Patrick’s Day A La Carte menu
- Giveaways & prizes
St Patrick’s Day Menu
St Patrick’s Day A La Carte Menu
BOOK NOW for Lunch, Dinner & Drinks on St Patrick’s Day
History of St Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17, the anniversary of his death in the fifth century. Additionally, the Irish have observed this day as a religious holiday for over 1,000 years. Therefore on St. Patrick’s Day, which falls during the Christian season of Lent, Irish families would traditionally attend church in the morning and celebrate in the afternoon. Furthermore, lenten prohibitions against the consumption of meat were waived and people would dance, drink and feast on the traditional meal of Irish bacon. – read more here.
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