Here's a round up of events happening around Central Florida to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Promenade at Sunset Walk: Join in on the fun as Promenade at Sunset Walk hosts its St. Patrick's Day Outdoor Street Party and Celebration on Friday, March 17, from 2 pm to 11:30 pm. Guests will enjoy food and beverage specials from participating restaurants, as well as live music, street performers and lucky leprechauns. Admission and parking are FREE.
The Edison at Disney Springs: The lavish, 1920s-themed restaurant, bar and entertainment destination, The Edison at Disney Springs will offer a specialty cocktail for St. Patrick’s Day throughout the month of March. The Irish Goodbye is $19 (pictured below) and includes coffee-infused Teeling Irish Whiskey, Benedictine, black walnut bitters and salted caramel.
Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at ICON Park: Available throughout the month of March, Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips will offer The Mint Chocolate Shake, a mint custard shake with chocolate sauce, whipped cream, and topped with a chocolate mint, available only in March and appropriately green.
The Mighty St. Patrick's Festival at Raglan Road: Guests can celebrate a rip-roaringly-fun St. Patrick’s Day before, during, and after the March 17 holiday. It’s the Raglan Road Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival—the most authentic Irish festival in America—opening Thursday, March 16 and running through Sunday, March 19.
Crooked Can Celtic Festival: Food, music and more happening March 17 to 19 at the Winter Garden brewery - Plus three of Central Florida's premier Irish Dance schools will be taking the stage.
5th annual St. Paddy’s Day Truck Pull & Street Festival (Downtown Sanford): On Saturday, March 18, the St. Patrick’s Day festivities continue at the 'The Famous L' between West End Trading Co. and Celery City Craft with the St. Paddy’s Day Truck Pull & Street Festival. The festival will feature live music on multiple stages, craft beer, food trucks, vendors and lots of Sanford Fun! The truck pull begins at 4 p.m. and teams will try their luck pulling a fire truck one block down Palmetto Ave. for the chance to win a trophy and bragging rights for a whole year.