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Tuesday's Top 10: Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Grand Style

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With parades, every shade of green and Irish spirits celebrate the patron Saint of Ireland all weekend long.

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Saint Patrick is the patron Saint of Ireland. He’s credited with bring Christianity to the emerald isle and legend has it that he chased the snakes out of Ireland. Saint Patrick's Day has come to be associated with all things Irish: anything green and gold, leprechauns and luck, beef and beer and parades.

From Shamrocks to shenanigans, for St. Patrick's Day 2013 join the fun in Irish Pubs! Enjoy the craic (term for news, gossip, fun, entertainment, and enjoyable conversation, particularly prominent in Ireland) of an Irish Pub on Paddy's day. Drink, sing and wear the green. Enchanted with a genuine atmosphere of lively fun. On St. Patrick's Day Irish Pubs all over the world attract the Irish and non-Irish alike. Go where the Guinness flows on St. Patrick's Day in an Irish Pub.  Enjoy beer, wine, spirits and food tastings accompanied by Irish music and dance.

If you happen to run into a leprechaun on St. Patrick's Day just remember that you might have had just a little too much to drink.  Here are a few places you can get your Irish on this St. Paddy's weekend:

 

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