Are you looking to add a little luck to your life? Well, you know what they say, there’s never a better time to seek fortune than on St. Patrick’s Day!
Whether you are Irish or simply love Irish culture, we’re sure a sneak peek into the Irish traditions will add to your excitement for March 17, 2023!
Read the five most popular Irish traditions and superstitions in today’s guide -
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Celebrating Irish Traditions and Superstitions on St Patrick’s Holiday
Make Leprechauns Your Friends
In Irish folklore, leprechauns are mythical little creatures that can add a bit of magic to your day. It’s said that if you catch a leprechaun, the tiny old man often with a cocked hat and leather apron, will grant you three wishes. You can make a DIY Leprechaun Trap with your kids to enchant them!
Be Irish in Green
St. Patrick's is synonymous with the color green. If you don’t, the leprechauns may spot and bite you!
While everyone wants wishes from a leprechaun, you don’t want to be bitten by him, right? So, take out your green outfits and hit a bar crawl with your friends. Harlowe MXM in Dallas is hosting one with exclusive food & drink specials.
Gulping Down the Guinness
Adults and their friends, this one’s for you! St Patrick’s Day in Dallas is incomplete until you enjoy a pint of Guinness. Harwood Arms and The Irishman Pub in Dallas are having noteworthy St Patrick’s Day events, so you might want to join them.
Attend an Irish Dancing
It’s a holiday vibe, so you must dance with all your heart out in bar crawls. We’ve heard Backyard Dallas is the spot to log in to the entertainment and meet cool people. Come wearing your greens!
If you want to indulge in traditional Irish dancing, it’s performed a lot on St. Patrick's Day. Moreover, it's said that if you dance a jig on St. Patrick's Day, good luck will knock on your door for the rest of the year.
Have a Corned Beef and Cabbage Feast
Corned beef and cabbage are the traditional Irish food served all around the US for St. Patrick’s Day. Go to The Irishman Pub or Dubliner in Dallas to try this classic Irish meal. The vibe of the holiday will make it even more delicious.
Ensure you live these fun traditions on St. Patrick’s Day this year.
If you wish to know more about the best events on St. Patrick’s Day in Dallas, register in the 214 area. It’s free!