St. Patrick's day is a widely celebrated holiday all around the world. From Dublin to New York City to New Zealand, it is the day when everyone dresses in green and takes to the streets to see the parades and maybe chug some beer or Irish whiskey. March seventeenth is a day that commemorates the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and the amazing heritage and culture of the Irish. From bag pipes to shamrocks, it is said that St. Patricks is celebrated in more cities around the world than any other national festival, how special is that? Maybe just as special as a four-leaf clover, a rare find. That's why we chose to have our Sheec socks for St. Patrick's Day represent the lucky and rare four-leaf clover!
And while bars in NYC are definitely not rare, here are four rare finds in New York City for how to spend your day the Irish Way on this special day, one for every leaf of the rare 4-leaf clover. After the parade pop by to one of these authentic craft beer spots!
A Rare Find: Craft Beer in New York City
- The Jeffrey The perfect Craft Beer, Cocktails and Espresso bar right under the Queensboro Bridge on East 60th street and 2nd avenue
- Arts and Crafts Beer Parlor End your St. Patricks night drinking craft beer at an art gallery, seems like another rare find
- Spuyten Duyvil A traditional craft beer bar with a beautiful garden located in the heart of Brooklyn
- Upstate That's where their craft beers and oysters hail from, all the way down to trendy Lower East Side