Sebastian St. Patrick’s Day Events and Festivities

St. Patrick's Day events in Sebastian, Florida.
St. Patrick's Day events in Sebastian, Florida.

SEBASTIAN – St. Patrick’s Day is upon us Friday, and there’s a lot of places to celebrate in Sebastian.

The Pareidolia Brewing Co. (482 U.S. Highway 1 – next to Riverview Park) doesn’t have shamrocks or clovers, but they have craft beer. Wear green on St. Patty’s day in Sebastian and get 10% off your total tab.

Salty’s Bar & Grill (1550 Indian River Drive) made it simple for Friday. They will offer Green Beer, food specials, and music. They recently expanded their outdoor deck.

The Tiki Bar & Grill (1130 Indian River Drive) has a $10.50 special going on that includes corn beef & cabbage with 1 green draft. Other items include Irish Egg Rolls (2) for $1.50 and potato cakes for $5.50.

The Captain Hiram’s Sandbar (1606 Indian River Drive) will have a St. Patrick’s Day menu on Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. They will serve a Guinness Braised Beef Stew for $14, and you can enjoy potatoes and roasted root vegetables. Their traditional corned beef and cabbage meal is $12, served with cabbage and carrots. Several drink specials starting at $5 that include Jameson’s Shots, Jameson’s Green Tea, Guinness Drafts, and Irish Car Bombs. And if you feel lucky, you can get a Lucky Leprechaun Margarita Bucket for $10.

Farther north of Sebastian is The Chubby Mullet (8685 U.S. Highway 1 – Sebastian Inlet Marina), offering a Corn Beef Reuben Sandwich for $10.99 (served with french fries). They will have an Irish Stew for $4.99, and Irish dinner of Corned Beef & Cabbage for $9.95. There will be plenty of ice cold pints of Green Beer.

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