Don’t Get Pinched in Myrtle Beach

Follow the rainbow and you’ll find the pot of gold in Myrtle Beach this St. Patrick’s Day! Saturday, March 17th will be packed full of Irish activities so don’t forget to pack your green garb when you’re making your plans to stay with Brittain Resorts & Hotels this March.

Main Street, North Myrtle Beach
There will be a party in the streets in North Myrtle Beach as they host the 30th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival. A parade of floats and golf carts – all decked out in clovers, leprechauns and sparkly green decor – will be rolling right down Main Street tossing out candy and beads at 9 am. After the parade, the St. Patrick’s Day Festival will commence! There will be three stages for live entertainment, bands playing and over 150 vendors selling everything from delicious food to homemade crafts. For the kids, there will be an area just for them with rides and entertainment from 11 am to 4 pm.

Market Common
The green beer will be flowing in Valor Park during the 9th Annual Irish Fest. There will be live entertainment, vendors, and plenty of Irish food. Activities for the kids include face painting, inflatables and more! There will also be live music throughout the day featuring Mike O’Donnell, The Paul Grimshaw Band, and The Jebb Mac Band, as well as The Conway Celtic Pipers strolling around the park playing their bagpipes.

MarshWalk in Murrells Inlet
If you want to celebrate on the waterfront, head over to Luck of the Inlet along the MarshWalk in Murrells Inlet. All of the restaurants along the water will be featuring drink specials and featuring popular Irish dishes. There will be live music all day long and feel free to dress up like a leprechaun or a pot of gold and you could win the costume contest!

Irish Cuisine
If one of the times you treat yourself to your favorite Irish classics is on St. Patrick’s Day, then you’re in luck as you can enjoy them at some of the best Irish restaurants in Myrtle Beach. Molly Darcy’s in North Myrtle Beach that’s right on the ocean. You can load up on Corned Beef and Cabbage and sip a Guinness while you enjoy the view and the ocean breeze. Flynn’s Irish Tavern is located on Main Street in Myrtle Beach and has the authentic look and feel from the owner’s birthplace in Ireland. If you check out the St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade, you can stop in for Reuben sandwich and a Black and Tan. Finn McCools is known for throwing a huge St. Patrick’s celebration so make sure to stop in for live music and plenty of delicious food and drinks.

Don’t forget your green and get ready for a fun weekend in Myrtle Beach this St. Patrick’s Day!

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