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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With Eighth Annual Grand Street Pub Crawl

The eighth annual Grand Street St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl will take place this weekend. (Grand Street BID)

March 14, 2019 By Laura Hanrahan

For the eighth year running, bars and restaurants along Grand Street will be offering food and drink specials this Sunday in celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day.

Thirteen establishments stretching from Union Avenue to Graham Avenue have signed up to participate in the Grand Street Business Improvement District (BID) annual pub crawl—the only St. Patrick’s Day pub crawl in Williamsburg.

The event will feature 29 different drink specials, including $7 Irish Margaritas at Los Tacos McOndo, $5 shots of Jameson Caskmates at Crystal Lake, $5 beer and shot combos at Redd’s Tavern, and $3 shots at Redd’s Tavern.

In addition to drink deals, many establishments will also be offering free food. Dar 525 will be handing out free pizza with the purchase of a draft beer, Bushwick Country Club will have free BBQ, and Thompson Brooke will offer free Irish snacks.

The Grand Street BID is a non-profit organization dedicated to bolstering local businesses along Grand Street. The group cleans sidewalks, removes graffiti, and hosts the annual Grand Street Restaurant Week.

For more information on the St. Patrick’s Day pub crawl, visit the Grand Street BID website.

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