Green Bangkok: what to do for St. Paddy’s this Sunday

15 Mar

St. Patrick’s Day is supposed to commemorate the noble work of Saint Patrick, easily the most celebrated of Ireland’s patron saints. For most however, St. Paddy’s is largely a commemoration of how much whiskey and Guinness you can drink over the course of a one day period.

As per usual the holiday falls on March 17, which happens to be a Sunday this year. So whether you’re Thai, Farang, Japanese, Catholic, Buddhist, Muslim or Jewish, this is the one day a year where everyone, simply by virtue of wearing some green s#!t, gets to pretend they’re Irish.

Do yourself a favor and stop by one of these Celtic watering holes to take in some traditional Irish “culture” firsthand.

The Dubliner – located right in the epicenter of Sukhumvit debauchery on Soi 33, the Dubliner bills itself as a glorious hybrid of Irish tradition and modern innovation. Just in case you go wayyyy overboard, the pub has an accompanying boutique hotel for you to crash at.

Hanrahan’s – located in Nana, Hanrahan’s is THE place to take in an EPL match. Crowded with expat tourists, the joint is bound to be hopping come Sunday afternoon.

Molly Malone’s – right in the heart of the Silom district, Molly Malone’s claim to fame is the vast selection of draught beer on tap as well as the healthy portions of Irish grub on the menu. Stop by in the afternoon and partake in the traditional Irish Sunday roast buffet.

O’Reillys – in operation near the Silom night market for over 10 years now, O’Reillys is one of the more readily known pubs in the whole of Bangkok. LCD screens have you covered on the sporting front while live Celtic music is frequently on offer at night.

The Royal Oak – a Bangkok institution, the Royal Oak is supposedly situated on the former site of Bangkok’s oldest pub. While more of a traditional British pub (rather than Irish), this is probably as good a spot as any to slam a few pints with some inebriated exp

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