Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Irish Fare From These Local Irish Pubs

Whether you’re a full-blooded Irishman or you couldn’t hail further from the Green Isle, this March 17, we all get to be Irish for the day when we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Here on the Upper West Side, you can do that with authentic Irish food and drinks from our favorite local Irish bars and restaurants, all of which are offering takeout and delivery in addition to dine-in services.

Ready for a bite of bangers and mash, a sip (or a few!) of Guinness and a helping of Irish soda bread? Head to these spots located near your Sagamore apartment for a meal worth celebrating.

The Dead Poet, located at 450 Amsterdam Ave #2, New York which is an eight minute walk from your Sagamore apartment, is a narrow, literary-themed Irish pub whipping up cocktails named after famous poets and food from a bar menu.

Combining his passion for Irish pubs and literature, owner Drew Dvorkin opened The Dead Poet in September of 2000. Drew, a former high school English teacher, designed the bar to celebrate the lives and spirits of famous writers and poets. The mahogany-paneled walls are adorned with black and white portraits, musing quotations, and poetic passages pertaining to the universal quandaries of life.

Dublin House, located at 225 W 79th St, New York which is a five minute drive from your Sagamore apartment, is a circa-1933 throwback bar with linoleum, wood paneling and an old-school neon sign.

Officially operating as a pub since 1933 in the post-prohibition era, its neon harp has remained a beacon in the area for those seeking respite from the craziness of the city around them. Irish-owned and operated for nearly 100 years, the Dublin House has remained a landmark and embodies what it means to be a true Irish pub.

The Dead Poet

450 Amsterdam Ave #2, New York, NY 10024

(212) 595-5670

Dublin House

225 W 79th St, New York, NY 10024

(212) 874-9528

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at These Upper West Side Bars

We can’t wait for March 17 here on the Upper West Side, when we can celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with a pint of Guinness, a green ensemble and hopefully some luck of the Irish! No matter if you’re Dublin born-and-raised or you don’t have an ounce of Irish blood in you, there’s no excuse not to celebrate this fun holiday.

If you’re looking to take part in the festivities without venturing too far from your Sagamore apartment, you’re in luck – we have lots of nearby Irish bars that will do all of the prep and scene-setting for you. Thanks to these hotspots, you’ll feel like you’re celebrating in the Emerald Isle itself!

St. James Gate, located at 441 Amsterdam Ave, New York which is an eight minute walk from your Sagamore apartment, is a low-key eatery and bar with TVs, two floors and a modern American and Irish menu plus a few outdoor seats.

Since 2008, St. James Gate has been known as a classic Irish pub with a modern twist, where patrons can find delicious food and superb service. Join them for lunch and dinner daily as well as brunch on the weekends.

The Dead Poet, located at 450 Amsterdam Ave., New York which is an eight minute walk from your Gaslight Commons apartment, is a narrow, literary-themed Irish pub which whips up cocktails named after poets passed and food from a bar menu.

The atmosphere at The Dead Poet is amiable and upbeat, and their proficient staff makes everyone feel welcome. They will proudly fill your glass with one of their signature cocktails, a pint of premium draft beer, or a whiskey from their extensive Irish whiskey menu.

St. James Gate

441 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024

(212) 362-6202

The Dead Poet

450 Amsterdam Ave 2, New York, NY 10024

(212) 595-5670