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St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl

St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl San Francisco

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San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day

It’s time to get ready for St. Patrick’s Day in San Francisco, where the city transforms into a sea of green, filled with laughter, music, and pub crawlers from all walks of life. Each year, San Francisco plays host to some of the best St. Patrick’s Day events, offering locals & visitors a chance to explore the city’s bar scene and enjoy the holiday festivities. From the legendary CrawlSF St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl, known as Lepracon to the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, there is a little something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to toast with traditional Irish beers, dance to live music, or simply enjoy the festive atmosphere with friends, San Francisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawls are the perfect way to celebrate the luck of the Irish in style. Join us as we paint the town green in what’s guaranteed to be a memorable celebration of Irish culture, San Francisco’s nightlife, and the joy of St. Patrick’s Day.

St. Patrick’s Day is the first party big party holiday of the year and CrawlSF has put together an amazing event that you won’t want to miss. With well over 10,000 participants, the St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl is one of biggest St. Paddy’s Day parties in the Bay Area.  Enjoy Drink Specials, DJs, Dancing & more!

The 2024 St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawls will take place over 3 days (Friday, March 15, Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17)

Updated Pub Crawl Details can be found on the Lepracon Website:

St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl Details:

The St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawls will take place over 3 days in 2024. Enjoy cheap drinks, DJs, party favors and St. Patrick’s Day fun at over 25 bars in San Francisco.


St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl – Day 1
Friday, March 15, 2024
6PM to 11PM

St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl – Day 2
Saturday, March 16, 2024
2PM to 10PM

St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl – Day 3
Sunday, March 17, 2024
4PM to 11PM

Check-in Locations:

Mayes Oyster House
1233 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(3/15, 3/16 & 3/17)

Del Mar
2125 Lombard Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
(3/16 & 3/17)

Taco Rouge
1500 Broadway
San Francisco, CA 94109
(3/16 Only)

Participating Bars:

Friday, March 15: Lush Lounge, Mayes, Route 101, Mcteagues, El Lopo, Kung Fu Action Theater, R Bar, Decodance, The Royale, Providence, Wreck Room, Hanaro, Amsterdam & more

Saturday, March 16: Mayes, The Royale, Westwood, Silver Cloud, Mcteagues, Route 101, R Bar, Decodance, Lush Lounge, Hanaro, Amsterdam, White Rabbit, Rockwell, Jaxson, Kung Fu Action Theater, Wreck Room, Samplers House, Hemlock, The Brixton, Comet Club, Taco Rouge, Buccaneer, Sacred Taco, El Lopo, Providence, Trinity, Blue Light, Campus, Union Street Ale House, Del Mar, Shanghai Kelly’s, Palm House + More

Sunday, March 17: R Bar, Decodance, The Royale, Mayes, Route 101, Westwood, Silver Cloud, Mcteagues, Lush Lounge, Hanaro, Amsterdam, Samplers House, Hemlock,  Palm House, The Brixton, Comet Club, Sacred Taco,  Campus, Kung Fu Action Theater, Del Mar, Wreck Room, Trinity, Blue Light, Union Street Ale House, White Rabbit, Rockwell, El Lopo, Providence,Jaxson and More

*Participating bars may change slightly before the event date. The final list of bars & specials will be announced closer to the event date.

Neighborhoods: The Marina, Polk Gulch, Russian Hill, Cow Hollow

CrawlSF Shuttles: The Lepracon Shuttle Buses make it easy to get to your favorite bars. The shuttles will only be running on Saturday, March 16.

Lepracon Tickets Include:

Drink Specials at Participating Bars

Free Entry to all bars

Free Party bus Shuttles (3/16 Only)

Party Favors


Find the Gnome Contest

and more!


San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl Map

(2023 Map Shown – The Map for 2024 will be posted closer to the event date)

Things to do for St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day, celebrated annually on March 17th, has transcended its origins as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland to become a worldwide celebration of Irish culture. The holiday is synonymous with fun & events, making it one of the most eagerly anticipated days on the calendar for party people. But what makes St. Patrick’s Day such a universally beloved occasion?

A Global Celebration of Irish Culture

At its core, St. Patrick’s Day is a tribute to the traditions of Ireland, but you don’t have to be Irish to partake in the festivities. The holiday’s appeal lies in its open invitation to everyone to enjoy the best of Irish hospitality by wearing green, watching parades, drinking green beer and listening to Irish Music. Cities across the globe come alive with parades, events, pub crawls and a general atmosphere of good times.

A Day to Eat, Drink, and Dance

St. Patrick’s Day is famously associated with enjoying traditional Irish foods, indulging in drinks, and dancing the night away. Pubs & restaurants serve up hearty Irish fare, including corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, and soda bread, offering a taste of Ireland’s culinary delights. The day is also closely linked with the enjoyment of Irish beverages, from creamy stouts like Guinness to a wide range of Irish whiskeys and liqueurs, often dyed green for the occasion.

The holiday wouldn’t be complete without music and dance. Irish folk music sessions, or “trad sessions,” featuring instruments like the fiddle, tin whistle, and bodhrán, bring people together in a lively and communal setting. Dancing, especially to the energetic steps of Irish jigs and reels, is an expression of the culture and adds to the day’s festivities.

The best way to Celebrate: St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl

While there are countless ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, participating in a pub crawl is arguably the best method to capture the essence of the holiday. A St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl includes all of the elements needed for a great party. It offers participants a way to explore multiple venues, enjoy special deals on drinks, and immerse themselves in the soundtrack of the day.

Pub crawls are especially popular because they emphasize social interaction, allowing groups of friends to celebrate together and individuals to meet new people against the backdrop of the holiday’s festive atmosphere. They also provide a fantastic opportunity to explore a city’s nightlife and visit multiple pubs and bars in one night, each with its own take on St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

St. Patrick’s Day stands out as a fun day to party because it brings together groups to drink, dance and be Irish for a day. Whether you’re toasting with a pint of green beer, enjoying a plate of corned beef, or dancing to the tunes of Irish music, St. Patrick’s Day is a day to celebrate. Joining a St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl is the pinnacle of this celebration, providing an adventurous and joyful way to experience the holiday to its fullest.

Why you should attend the St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl

Celebrate in a Big Way: It’s the biggest St. Patrick’s Day party in San Francisco, with over 10,000 people attending the event.

Three Days of Fun: The pub crawl is a three-day event, so you can enjoy one day or make a weekend of it.

Find some New Bars: You’ll have the opportunity to check out over 25 bars throughout the city, each offering drink specials for participants.

Shuttle Bus Rides: The ticket includes free party bus rides throughout the crawl.

Free Entry: Enjoy no cover charges at participating bars

Music & DJs: Dance all night to DJs at some participating bars

Socialize: Meet new friends, or maybe your new significant other 🙂 as you enjoy the crawl

It’s Super Fun: LepraCon is a fun event where people from all over come to drink, dance and party.


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