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    Opal Divine's: 21st Annual St. Patrick's Day Festival

    You want to celebrate St. Patrick's day up right, reckon you'll go where the party's been perfected for more than two decades: That perennial powerhouse of Irish whiskey and tasty noms called Opal Divine's. There'll be a whole day of live music – Rich Brotherton & Ed Miller, Silver Thistle Pipe & Drum Corps, Michael Fracasso, and on and on in merry abandon – and Guinness Stout on tap (fresh in from Ireland), and the traditional corned beef and cabbage for your culinary delectations (and fish & chips, naturally), and – ah, you know it'll be more fun than you can shake a shillelagh at! Even if you don't know how to spell s-h-i-l-l-e-l-a-g-h!
    Tue., March 17
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    St. Patrick's Day at Gourmands

    UPDATE: Due to COVID-19, the party's off, but food is still available to-go and via delivery apps. This popular breadbowl-happy joint of culinary goodness is serving up boozy Lucky Charms for breakfast, as well as a more bona fide Irish breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And, of course, they'll have the usual Guinness, Harp, Smithwicks, and Irish whiskeys – with whiskey tastings throughout the day. Note: No snakes allowed.
    Tue., March 17, all day long
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    St. Patty's Day (now with BEARDS) at Scholz Garten

    Sometimes there's nothing more Irish than a bunch of celebrating Germans, right? But everybody of every heritage can celebrate here today, as Scholz Garten and Austin Facial Hair Club team up for a party replete with many traditional comestibles to eat and drink – and a stein-holding contest, a luck-o-the-Irish coin toss, and live music from Black Irish Texas and DJ Island Time. Note: You don't need to have fancified whiskers to rock this shindig, citizen, but they're sure 'nuff welcome!
    Tue., March 17, 4-10pm
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    Trucklandia: Vedge by Vedgewest

    Those mover-and-shakers at Trucklandia are highlighting their favorite restaurants and food trucks, broadcasting live online from the plant-forward kitchens as chefs demo their specialties. "It's a chance for participants to see behind the scenes of how our Austin chefs create some of their favorite plant-based dishes, to encourage residents to support local restaurants that have been affected by the SXSW cancellation, or for those considering their long term health in light of pandemic concerns." Participating venues include Bouldin Creek Cafe, Rebel Cheese, ATX Food Co., Arlo’s, Counter Culture, The Beer Plant, Citizen Eatery, and Curcuma – with the final day (Sun., March 22) bringing a tasty brunch to the Outpost Food Park, with vittles from The Vegan Nom, Happea Vegans, Sassy's Vegetarian Soul Food, and Bruja's Brew Kombucha. See website for details!
    Through March 22  
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    [CANCELED] Jameson St. Patrick's Day Bar Crawl

    A limo bus will ferry pub crawlers from bar to bar, making multiple trips. It all begins at Revelry on the Boulevard at 1pm, starting an all-day happy hour food and cocktails. The first bus departs to Corner Bar on South Lamar at 2pm, making multiple trips to pick up guests from the Boulevard, continuing to final stop Revelry Kitchen and Bar on East Sixth starting at 5pm. There'll be samples and swag for all, and specialty drinks at all stops.
    Tue., March 17, 1-8pm. $20.  

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