Best Nashville Bars to go to on St. Patrick's Day

If there’s one thing that’s for sure about Nashville, it’s the party scene. No matter where you go in the city, there will always be celebrating, and no one celebrates like Nashville does for St. Patrick’s Day. Combining the spirit of the holiday with the spirit of Nashville, many bars around Music City are known for their St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, including everything from discounted prices on drinks to special country music performances. Here’s our list of some of the best bars to visit in Nashville on the Irish holiday:


1. Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge

Colloquially referred to as “Luke’s” by locals and college students alike, Luke’s is the prime destination for partying in Nashville year round, but especially around St. Patrick’s Day. Featured as a stop on many of the city’s famous bar crawls, Luke’s has a variety of different elements which make the establishment more than just a bar, from the restaurant to the Nut House, and makes this place unique in its ability to cater to all types of St. Patrick’s Day Visitors.


2. Redneck Riviera

If there’s one place that dedicates itself to the spirit of the Irish just in time for the holiday, it’s Redneck Riviera. The bar and restaurant will be featuring six different events on March 17th, from Natalie Brady to Cash Crawford, and will include limited edition food and drinks such as green beer. As a popular Nashville stop, many bar crawlers can also earn themselves discounted prices for drinks like party shots for $3.50 at participating crawls.


3. The Stage

This classic Nashville spot is home to some of country’s best performances, and as one of the biggest honky tonks on Music City’s iconic Broadway strip, it’s the perfect place to spend St. Patrick’s Day. With four sections – the first floor, second floor, Acoustic Alley, and Rooftop/Patio area, there is always some country music to listen to. On St. Patrick’s Day in particular, artists like Ry Bradley, Brandon Lee, and Nick Smith, as well as many others, will be performing.



4. Kung Fu Saloon

Right next to Music Row, Kung Fu Saloon is the perfect blend between a great party atmosphere and excellent music. Another feature on many of Nashville’s great bar crawls, this restaurant and bar also has locations in Dallas, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio. With interesting and creative menu items like pickle shots, Kung Fu Saloon is perfect for anyone looking for delicious food and great drinks away from the hustle and bustle of Broadway.


5. Assembly Food Hall

If you’re looking for a crowd this St. Patrick’s Day, be sure to visit any of Assembly Food Hall’s three stages and over thirty eateries and bars. On March 17th, the establishment is holding its own St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl to visit all of its many attractions. Food includes delicacies like iced Irish coffee, Guinness beer, and Irish Poet Margaritas. Located on Broadway right across from the Bridgestone Arena in the heart of Nashville’s downtown area, there’s plenty of to do and see at the Assembly Food Hall.


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