St Patrick's Day Celebrations

St Patrick’s Day

17/03/2021 @ 11:30 am - 9:00 pm


St Patrick’s Day at Mick O’Shea’s

Mick O’Shea’s plays host to the biggest and best St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Adelaide!

After having to cancel our celebrations due to COVID-19 last year, we are so excited to come back and celebrate St Patrick’s Day with our favourite locals!

Book the day off work, book a table, and join us for St Patrick’s Day celebrations on Wednesday 17th March!

Enjoy all day dining, giveaways, Irish themed food specials, cocktail jug specials and so much more.

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.

Guests can dine in the restaurant, hang out in the outdoor pavilion, or soak up some sunshine on the lawn.

There will also be an outdoor bar serving tap beer, cocktails, and light snacks.

Furthermore, save the date and join us for St Patrick’s Day celebrations at Mick’s. A family-friendly Adelaide event!

Bookings for the restaurant are essential – call the venue on 8384 6944 or book online via the button below.

If you want outdoor seating, make sure you arrive early as we are not taking bookings for outdoor areas – first in best seated!

No BYO food or drink.

St Patrick’s Day Celebrations Include:

  • All day dining 11.30am – 8.30pm
  • Chefs Irish food specials
  • $25 cocktail jug specials
  • Giveaways & prizes
  • Live entertainment all day
  • Outdoor bar serving food & drink

  • Time
  • 12:00pm
  • 12:45pm
  • 1:00pm
  • 1:45pm
  • 2:00pm
  • 2:45PM
  • 4:00PM
  • 6:00pm
  • 6:30pm
  • 7:00pm
  • Performers
  • The Borderers
  • E’nuf Said
  • The Borderers
  • E’nuf Said
  • The Borderers
  • E’nuf Said
  • Gallowglass
  • Southern District Pipes & Drums
  • Murphy’s School of Irish Dancers
  • Brushwood

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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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