St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate, look no further than Inglewood. Our vibrant community, nestled along the confluence of the Bow and Elbow rivers is known for its creative energy, local shops, and lively events. So why not spend this St. Patrick’s Day in Inglewood and take part in the festivities? You can almost smell the fresh scent of Jameson and Guinness – or green draft beer if that’s your poison. If you’re after some lucky charms, have a gander at our selection of local shops and venues that you won’t want to miss:
For book lovers and literature enthusiasts, The Next Page is the perfect spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. This local bookstore specializes in new and used books, with an atmosphere so cozy you could get lost in a quiet afternoon. Stop by andpick up a copy of “Dubliners” by James Joyce, “Angela’s Ashes” by Frank McCourt, or any other book by your favourite Irish author. The calming atmosphere and friendly staff will make you feel right at home.
Fair’s Fair bookstore
Another local bookstore worth checking out is Fair’s Fair.
This bookstore has been a staple in Inglewood for over 30 years and is known for its vast selection of new and used books. Check out their Irish literature section a
nd browse through titles by Yeats, Beckett, and Shaw. You’re sure to find something that piques
If you’re in the mood for some Irish beer or whiskey, head over to Oak & Vine. There you will encounter a great selection of Irish brews and spirits, including Guinness, Harp Lager, and Jameson. They also have knowledgeable staff who can help you find the perfect drink to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Remember to drink responsibly, friends.
For those looking for something unique, Murphy’s Midcentury is a must-visit. This local shop specializes in vintage and mid-century furniture, decor, and accessories. Although owner Harrison Murphy specializes in Danish, Swedish and Norwegian modern furnishing, you’re sure to find something that will add a touch of Irish charm to your home – best served with some James Joyce and a cheeky Irish dram. This isn’t your typical Patty-O’furniture.
For those who love arcade games and tasty bevvy’s, Revival Brewcade is the perfect spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. This local venue has a great selection of classic arcade games, pinball machines, and craft beer on tap. They’ll be featuring a special St. Patrick’s Day beer and cocktail menu, which includes an all-day happy hour, green beer and classic Irish music.
Finally, if you’re looking for a cozy spot to enjoy a pint of beer, head over to Highline brewing. Be sure to expect a great selection of craft beer on tap, including pints of CDCW nitro stout on special for $5 all night! For boilermaker enthusiasts, opt for a Whiskey/Bailey’s shot with a 10oz stout for $12. If malted brews aren’t your jam, “The Enya” is a gin-based cocktail with support from curacao – on special for $12.
Mumbai Bites in Inglewood is also getting into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with some special offerings. Specializing in non-traditional Indian food from the streets of Mumbai, the restaurant will be featuring a special cocktail for the occasion, the Weekend Special Paantini,” which promises to be a refreshing and unique way to toast the holiday. Also on special are the Hariyali Paneer Tikka and Hariyali Chicken Tikka – marinated in a vibrant green herb and spice mixture that not only adds a pop of colour to the plate, but also imparts delicious flavour to the dishes. Mumbai Bites just might be your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow – sure to satisfy both your cravings for St. Patrick’s Day green and your love of Indian cuisine.