Top St. Patrick’s Day Specials in Greater Houston

A green salted, on the rocks margarita next to a pint of green beer
A Jameson Marg' and green beer, on offer at Cyclone Anaya's six locations | Photo: Michael Ma; courtesy of Cyclone Anaya's

Get your fill on some of Greater Houston’s best food and drink specials & offerings on tap for St. Patrick’s Day, Friday, March 17, 2023.

St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Friday this year and the Greater Houston area has plenty of food and drink specials to help you celebrate.

We’ve gathered some of the best belly-filling offerings and tasty drink specials on offer at restaurants, bars and breweries across the wider Houston area.

Looking for more St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and events? Check out our guide to some of the best St. Patrick’s Day parties happening in Houston.

An overhead photo of a plate of green pasta with asparagus and mushrooms
A special scarpinocc pasta offerings from Marmo in Montrose | Photo: Kirsten Gilliam; courtesy of Marmo

2023 St. Patrick’s Day Food & Drink Specials in Greater Houston

  • St. Patrick’s Day Party at Pier 6 Seafood | Friday, March 17 | No Cover – Sitting on the Bay Area coast, this swanky seafood hot spot in San Leon celebrates the holiday with a seafood boil, plus green beer on tap, drink specials and live DJs. 11am to 10pm.
  • Jameson Margarita at Cyclone Anaya’s | Friday, March 17 | No Cover – At its six locations—including outposts in Memorial City, Midtown and the Woodlands—the classic Tex-Mex restaurant is serving up a top shelf Jameson Margarita, frozen or on the rocks, that includes Gold Tequila, Jameson orange liqueur and agave nectar. Green beer will also be served up throughout the day. Times vary by location.
  • Marmo in Montrose | Friday, March 17 | No Cover – The Italian restaurant housed within Montrose Collective on Westheimer will be serving a special green pasta curated by Executive Chef Eli Jackson. Available in half portion ($18) and full portion ($36), the plate features a vibrant green scarpinocc pasta with smoked mozzarella, asparagus, parmesan fonduta and morel mushrooms. 11am to midnight.
  • St. Patty’s Day at Kirby Ice House | Friday, March 17 | No Cover – With locations in Upper Kirby, Memorial and the Woodlands, the popular drinkery celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with green beer and Jameson specials, appearances by the Houston Highlanders Pipes & Drums, and every TV tuned into the first round of March Madness action. 11am to 2am.
  • St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck | Friday, March 17 – The longtime Upper Kirby pub and music venue spills out onto an outdoor stage for a day of traditional bagpipers, a special St. Patrick’s food and drink menu, and plenty of good-spirited fun. $30. 3pm to 11pm.
A crowded covered outdoor patio
Sip drink specials and enjoy live music at Holman Draft Hall | Photo: Dustyn Zenner; courtesy of Holman Draft Hall
  • St. Patrick’s Day at Holman Draft Hall | Friday, March 17 | No Cover – The chic Midtown beer hall hosts a Friday celebration of St. Patrick’s Day with live music from Mykawa kicking off at 8pm, followed by DJ Madsounds until 1am, and a slate of green beer specials, Jameson cocktails, free swag and more. 3pm to 2am.
  • Como Social Club in the Woodlands | Friday, March 17 | No Cover – Overlooking the stunning pool at the Westin Hughes Landing, Como Social Club celebrates the holiday with live music to go along with handcrafted cocktails like the Shamrock-a-rita and Emerald Crush for $14 each. Plus, the best St. Patty’s outfit will score a $50 bar tab. 8pm to 2am.
  • St. Paddy’s Pub Party & Crawfish Boil at SpindleTap Brewery | Friday, March 17 & Saturday, March 18 | No Cover – The North Houston brewery offers a pub-style party for back-to-back days, featuring Irish toasts on the hour, beer specials, table games, delicious food and a crawfish boil. 11am to 10pm.
  • St. Patrick’s Day at Heights Bier Garten | Friday, March 17 & Saturday, March 18 | No Cover – On back-to-back days, the sprawling patio on North Shepherd shows up for a St. Patrick’s blow out with DJ Chocolate and DJ Shomroc on the decks for Friday, and live music from Mykawa on Saturday. Plus, you can get into green beer, games and specialty cocktails like the tropical Moon Rabbit; a blend of green chartreuse, gin, pineapple, coconut and lime. 6pm to 10pm.
A light green cocktail with a mound of ice and garnishments
Take a tropical taste of the Moon Rabbit at Heights Bier Garten | Photo: Dustyn Zenner; courtesy of Heights Bier Garten

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A longtime Houstonian, Justin Jerkins keeps an eye out for all sorts of happenings in H-Town, including breweries, sports, concerts, must-see destinations and much more while serving as Editor-in-Chief of 365 Things to Do in Houston.


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