St. Patrick: Experience the Magic of the Irish Celebration of the Year!

Get ready to live a unique experience at Temple Bar this St. Patrick's Day.

St. Patrick’s Day, a celebration rooted in Irish culture, is quickly approaching, and at Temple Bar, we’re ready to celebrate with you. Discover why this day is so special and join us for a celebration full of joy, music, and, of course, beer.

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Why is beer consumed on St. Patrick's Day?

The relationship between the celebration and beer consumption has deep roots in Irish tradition. Coinciding with Lent, this celebration offers an opportunity to relax alcohol restrictions. At Temple Bar, we invite you to toast in honor of the patron saint of Ireland with an exceptional selection of beers that will make your celebration unforgettable.

Is St. Patrick's Day green?

The predominance of the color green during St. Patrick’s Day is undeniable. Although historically blue was the color associated with St. Patrick, green has gained ground in this emblematic celebration. This transition to green dates back to the time of the Irish rebellion in the 18th century, when the color was adopted as a symbol of national identity and resistance. Since then, green has deeply rooted itself in the celebration, from clothing to decorations and, of course, beverages. The three-leaf clover, known as shamrock, has become the most recognized emblem of St. Patrick and Irish culture in general. According to legend, the Irish patron used this modest symbol to illustrate the idea of the Holy Trinity to the Irish, making it a central element of the celebration. At Temple Bar, we join the tradition by decorating our space with green clovers and offering beverages that reflect the festive spirit of St. Patrick.
Glass of green beer and shamrock for St. Patrick's Day

Who was St. Patrick?

St. Patrick, although not Irish by birth or named Patrick, left an indelible legacy in the history of Ireland. Born as Maewyn in Scotland in the year 387, he was kidnapped by Irish pirates and sold as a slave. After escaping, he became a priest and returned to Ireland to spread Christianity, establishing churches and monasteries. His contribution to the spirituality of the country made him the patron saint of Ireland, being remembered and celebrated every March 17th.

St. Patrick in Motion: The Dance that Unites Ireland with the World

This date is not only a celebration in Ireland but also a party that brings together people from all over the world through dance. Irish step dance, with its energetic rhythm and precise movements, has transcended borders and become a symbol of Irish culture. At Temple Bar, we celebrate this tradition with live music and dance, inviting you to join us for a night full of fun and camaraderie.

Come and join the celebration at Temple Bar this St. Patrick’s Day, where tradition blends with fun to create unforgettable memories. We look forward to toasting together in honor of the patron saint of Ireland!


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