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Best Place to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

Where in Santa Monica will you celebrate the "luck of the Irish" this year?

Irish I was Irish. Whether you wish you were Irish or you are, sport some green and celebrate St. Patrick's Day on Saturday.

If you were going to celebrate all things Irish, where would you go? We've collected some of the most likely spots for an Irish bash; now we need you to vote on the best place in Santa Monica for a St. Patrick's Day celebration. 

In addition to voting in the poll below, consider leaving a rating or review on your favorite spot's Places directory page on Patch. It will help your neighbors know what's great about the local establishments. 

The voting period closes at 9 a.m. Friday. The winner will be chosen by Patch editors, based on poll votes, comments and reviews in the Places directory. 

Here's everyone in the running:

 (Wilshire Boulevard)



O'Brien's Irish Pub & Restaurant (Main Street)

If one bar isn't enough for you, consider attending the annual Luck of the Irish St. Patty's Day Pubcrawl. Start hopping at noon at before heading to , , Naresh and 3110 Bar. For more informaiton, visit  pubcrawls.com/santa-monica-venues.php.

Marion Pearl March 13, 2012 at 11:17 PM
We will vote for Sonny McLean's, the staff and patron's are sunny and always ready to party! The food is outstanding and the cook has red hair:) Marion Pearl, Kevin Welch, Mike Fabbri
Gini Sullivan March 14, 2012 at 02:24 AM
Sonny McLean's is the best by a landslide! The food is not like any pub food I have ever eaten. You MUST TRY the Bangers and Mash!! So good! The owners Joanie and Grant are two of the nicest people I know.
John Sullivan March 14, 2012 at 02:46 AM
I'm going to have to go with my wife. Sonny's all the way.
Carla Clenney-Martinez March 17, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Is there anything to do with kids under 12? Why isn't there a parade in s.m. like there is in hermosa? S.m.has ocean ave and they never close off the streets for parades. We are thinking about going to downtown l.a. on the bus but why doesn't the city of s.m. acknowledge their lack of events? It would be so nice to have parades in s.m. or venice. I gre up here and its BOORING place for kids. There's very little to do other than the pier and the City of Santa Monica or Venice could do such more for the parents to teach their kids about traditions and culture. There's not a Cinco de Mayo celebration either. Why can't the beach cities see the potential for making more events like these and drawing people in with $ and possibly donating some of the profits to the homeless in Santa Monica and Venice. I grew up here and their is very little change for parents with children. We have to travel to other cities to have fun!!

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