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Ultimate Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in South Boston

UPDATE: For the second year in a row, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been canceled due to COVID-19.  Keep in mind, there are safety guidelines in place for any and all St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. The content below was written for the years we’ve had a parade.  

Our Ultimate Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in South Boston brings you all that is hip and happening this St. Patrick’s Day season.  We’ve got suggestions on what to wear and where to watch the parade. We’ve got lots of tips on entertaining and where to eat corned beef and cabbage this coming Sunday. We also have the info on where to catch live Irish music and which bars you can find your favorite cold beverage and friendly Southie service.

You can find parking information on our parking page along with information about the MBTA service and best T stops to go to find your ultimate viewing spot if you are taking the train to Boston.  We’ve got a list of all the places to you could want to eat and drink on Southie bars and dining and even ways to cure your hangover come Monday morning.

Whether you come to the parade every year or this is your first time in Boston for St. Patrick’s day, you can count on Caught in Southie to be your ultimate guide to what to do and where to go on St. Patrick’s day.

This isn’t your ordinary guide to St. Patrick’s Day – it’s the Ultimate Guide to St. Patrick’s Day in Southie and St. Patrick’s Day in Southie is not something you want to miss! The parade is Sunday, March 15th at 1 pm.

For the second year in a row, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been canceled due to COVID-19. Keep in mind, there are safety guidelines in place for any and all St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Please celebrate safely!

Senator Nick Collins will host the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast virtually this year. This holiday tradition will take place in South Boston and feature a who’s who of elected officials and politicians. The event starts at 10am and will air on NESN and WROL Irish 950AM+100.3 FM.