Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Hotel Congress

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Hotel Congress
Looking for a fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Head on over to Tucson’s renowned Hotel Congress for the liveliest St. Patrick’s Day Party in town.
On Friday, March 17th, the historic downtown Tucson venue will host the special celebration, kicking off at 5 pm and continuing through the early morning hours until 2 am.
Enjoy live music from Bastard Sons of Patrick and Michael P & The Gully Washers, complemented by great food and drink specials. Jameson’s is $5, Hell Cat Maggie Irish Whiskey is $3 and Guinness is $4. Check out the $7 corned beef sliders, topped with violet mustard, pretzel buns and house made pickles, or the $6 Irish Fish Stew, made with root vegetables and Guinness broth.
Say cheers with the annual Great Guinness toast and come ready to dine on delicious specials from the Cup Cafe, including House pickled corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd’s pie and Root vegetable ale pie.
Make sure you wear green and come ready to celebrate Irish heritage and culture!
Entry to the party is free before 9 pm and $3 after.
Hotel Congress is located at 311 E. Congress Street Tucson, Arizona 85701

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