BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)– St Patrick’s Day is upon us and while some traditions have been canceled due to covid, the celebrations continue with green beer, good food, and social distancing.
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz tweeted Wednesday that despite both parades being called -off in Buffalo, better days are ahead with the vaccine being distributed.
The Queen City is still rolling out the green carpet to keep the festivities going and celebrate safely. Here are some events that you can attend.
Radigan’s Irish Pub– Opening Hoopla with live music until 11 p.m. 4170 South Western Blvd Orchard Park
Buffalo Grill N Ale House– St Patrick’s Day Shenanigans with live music 8- close 603 Dingens St, Cheektowaga
Ice Pub House– Live Irish Music 7-10 p.m 715 Ridge Rd. Lackawanna
Jp’s Pub Restaurant and Banquet Hall– St Patrick’s Day Celebration with live music 5 p.m. – close 1926 Lakeview Rd Lakeview
Sportsmens Tavern– St Patty’s Soul Concert $10 6:30 p.m. -9:30 p.m 326 Amherst St. Buffalo
Hard Rock Cafe– Flogging Molly free virtual concert from Dublin 6 p.m.until close 333 Prospect Street Niagara Falls N.Y.
Mooney’s on Military– St. Patrick’s Day party with live music 7 p.m. – close 1531 Military Rd. Kenmore
Unfortunately, our 2 great Buffalo St. Patrick’s Day parades had to be put on hold again this year. However, with the vaccine here better days are ahead. Here are some pictures from 2019’s parades, and let’s look forward to these scenes in 2022. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ☘️ pic.twitter.com/psvnK4RXsw— Mark Poloncarz (@markpoloncarz) March 17, 2021