East Bay Irish Bar Hop

Pouring a glass of Guinness on tap for East Bay Irish Bar Hop

Looking for a plan for St. Patrick’s Day East Bay Irish bar hop?
We have put together a list of some of our local favorites. And, so it seems, the celebrations are going on all weekend. So, there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy the spirit of the Irish!

The Starry Plough
The Starry Plough is all about community. With live music, jam sessions, Irish dancing, open mic nights, and food every night. They have been serving up grub, ales, and choice events since 1973. From Irish dancing to regular live music, you’re guaranteed a good time. Plus, they are prepping for hungry revelers by stocking up on traditional corned beef and cabbage for St. Patrick’s Day.
3101 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley

Bill McNally’s Irish Pub
McNally’s was the first bar in Oakland to open after Prohibition ended in 1933—they hold a wealth of local history within its walls. Play bumper pool while you sip on a Smithwick Irish Ale, or take it up a notch with one of their various Irish whiskeys by the fire.
5352 College Avenue, Oakland

For an authentic Irish pub and hospitality experience, give Sláinte a visit. With both classic and modern cocktails, Irish hospitality, traditions, and food, you’ll be calling this place home in no time. There will be a street party all day on Sunday!
131 Broadway, Oakland

The Legionnaire Saloon
The Legionnaire Saloon understands the primal urge to belt out songs with friends, which is why they host karaoke every night of the week. So, if you want to blend good drink and music, drop in for a visit.
2272 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland

Dan’s Irish Sport Bar
If you find yourself on the other side of the tunnel, check out Dan’s with their pool tables, jukebox, outdoor patio for warm nights, and regular live performances. Dan’s is a classic, no-nonsense pub for anyone wanting to kick back with a cold one. And, there will be live music on Sunday with Salvage Title.
1524 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek

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