Pub Par­adise

Cel­e­brate St. Pat’s at Seat­tle’s au­then­tic Ir­ish pubs.

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Fadó

Lo­cated just off Pi­o­neer Square, Fadó brings the vi­brant tra­di­tion of a Dublin pub to Seat­tle with new twists on hearty pub snacks like Harp-bat­tered fish tacos. Bring your danc­ing shoes: Get rau­cous with week­end live mu­sic (no cover) and Ir­ish ses­sions on Sun­days. www. fadoirish­pub.com/seat­tle. 801 1st Ave., 206.264.2700.

Owl & This­tle Ir­ish Pub

Dark and hid­den down an al­ley, this fam­ily- owned Ir­ish pub reeks of charm and old sto­ries (es­pe­cially ghost sto­ries—ru­mor is it’s haunted). An­tique fix­tures and old brick walls make you want to stay awhile, so or­der the fan­tas­tic fish ’n chips with your Guin­ness. www.owl­nthis­tle. com. 808 Post Ave., 206.621.7777

Mur­phy’s Pub

Es­tab­lished in 1981, Mur­phy’s bills it­self as Seat­tle’s first pub. That’s not the only first: They also claim to have started the first St. Pa­trick’s Day cel­e­bra­tion in town, and the first to pour mi­cro­brews (Fre­mont’s Red­hook was on tap). Ir­ish mu­sic jam ses­sions hap­pen Mon­days. www. mur­physseat­tle.com. 1928 N. 45th St., 206.634.2110

Conor Byrne Pub

An old fa­vorite in Bal­lard (the build­ing is more than 100 years old!), this pub has live mu­sic many nights, in­clud­ing an open mic night on Sun­days. En­joy try­ing one of the 57 whiskeys or 22 types of beer. www. conor­byrnepub.com. 5140 Bal­lard Ave. NW, 206.784.3640.

Kells Ir­ish Res­tau­rant & Pub

Nes­tled com­fort­ably in Post Al­ley above Pike Place Mar­ket, this pub is re­li­ably packed with mar­ket reg­u­lars un­wind­ing and cel­e­brat­ing af­ter a hard day’s work. En­joy some shep­herd’s pie or corned beef with your choice of beer, or choose from their ex­ten­sive sin­gle malt scotch se­lec­tion—the largest in the city. www.kell­sirish.com. 1916 Post Al­ley, 206.728.1916.

The Blar­ney Stone Pub & Res­tau­rant

Find a piece of Ire­land in the heart of down­town Seat­tle. Clas­sic Ir­ish fare such as shep­herd’s pie and Guin­ness stew make for great fuel as you play a round of pool or test your aim on one of their dart boards. If you’d pre­fer be­ing a spec­ta­tor rather than a player, grab a pint and watch a game on one of their wide screen TVs, or play your fa­vorite tune from their mod­ern- day juke­box. www. blar­ney­stone­seat­tle.com. 1416 1st Ave., 206.448.8439.

Mur­phy’s Pub

Fadó

Owl & This­tle Ir­ish Pub

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