Where are Philly’s Best Irish Pubs for St. Patrick’s Day?
Irish or not, for many people St. Patrick’s Day means it’s time to hit the pub and grab a drink! Here’s PA Energy Ratings list of some of the best Irish pubs in Pennsylvania. It’s time to go green (no, not green energy this time) and celebrate the Irish!
1. Monaghan’s Irish Pub
414 Powhattan Ave, Essington, PA 19029
With over 130 reviews on Yelp and an average ranking of four and a half stars, there’s no denying that people love Monaghan’s Irish Pub. Open until 2:30 am each and every night, you can check out their online calendar to see what’s happening in the lead up to St. Patrick’s Day, as well as take a peek at what’s on offer on the menu. Reviews rave about the friendly service and small town charm of the locals, so what better way to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day?
2. Billy Murphy’s Irish Saloon
3333 Conrad St, Philadelphia, PA 19129
Billy Murphy’s Irish Saloon is a family owned neighborhood pub open from 11:00 am to 2:00 am each day. Known for its festive facade of electric lights, choice Philadelphia cheesesteaks, and convenient street parking, Billy Murphy’s offers a highly rated menu and good rotation of beers as well as good local company. Slide on in, grab yourself a Guinness, jam on some Bon Jovi, and party like you’re Irish!
3. Murph’s Bar
202 E Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125
Looking for something a little different? Despite being an Irish pub, Murph’s Bar is famous for its amazing Italian food, electric company, and it’s vegetarian-friendly as well! Make sure to call ahead if you want to sit down for a meal—it’s that popular—but if you’re just looking to have a few drinks this St. Patrick’s Day, you can walk right on in. The pub is open until 2:00 am each morning.
4. McGillin’s Olde Ale House
1310 Drury St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
McGillin’s is the oldest continuously operating tavern in Philadelphia, having opened its doors all the way back in 1860. This St. Patrick’s Day they’ll be serving green beer and green cheer, opening at 10:00 am, one hour earlier than usual. You can try their original Irish Potato Martini, as well as authentic Stout from Ireland! They’ll also be serving plenty of Irish food, so don’t miss out!
5. Ryan’s Pub
4301 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
Ryan’s Pub offers plenty of beers, wine, and a healthy pub menu as well. Reviews rave of the excellent service from the bartenders and generously sized meals, all of which you can find online from their website. Ryan’s Pub is a new addition to Manayunk, but if you’re in the area, keep it in mind this St. Patrick’s Day.
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If you’re heading out on the town this St. Patrick’s Day, we recommend you check out these Irish pubs for a good time, good food, and good drinks. You can also check back with PA Energy Ratings for further holiday ideas in the future, as well as to discover the cheapest electricity rates around. You can head over to https://www.paenergyratings.com/electricity-rates anytime to explore what Pennsylvania energy plans are available right now.