Pubs in Birmingham for St Patrick's Day
Broad Street. Waxy O’Connor was born in Smithfield, Dublin City, in the year 1788. He gained his name by way of his profession as a candle maker. Primarily, he is remembered for his great appetite and capacity for hard liquor.Waxy O'Connors real Irish Pubs have numerous UK outlets.
Sure what better place to celebrate Paddy's Day in Birmingham than Waxy O'Connors!!
City Centre. Step through the imposing front doors of the Old Joint Stock Theatre to discover one of the grandest pubs in Birmingham's City Centre, have fun for Paddys Day, in style!! Not only do they serve the finest ales and wines for Paddys Day but also a selection of the finest pub food including speciality pies.
Harbourne. Famous for the down-to-earth gastro menu and edgy décor, The Plough in Harborne has a villagey vibe right in the centre of Birmingham. It's a great spot to the town green this Paddys Day. Voted one of the "Top 20 Pubs in the UK" by The Morning Advertiser 2009. Perfect for St Patricks Day drinks.
31 Allison Street. Drink-Dance-Dine at Hennessey's Barr. A cold beer and a warm welcome awaits. Real Ales, Live Sports, Live Music Sundays. DJ Fridy night. Beat the drum for Ireland at Hennessey's Bar in Birmingham this Paddys Day!!