Philly Is One Of Best Cities To Celebrate St. Paddy's Day

Philadelphia was named the second-best city in the country to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

More than 31 million people in the United States claim to have Irish roots and it seems most of them are in Philly this weekend. It only makes sense that WalletHub has designated Philadelphia as one of the best cities for St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

There will be plenty of green beer, kisses, pinches and parades happening throughout the area this weekend.

The 3rd Annual Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl: Starts at 12pm at The Gaslight, 120 Market Street, Philadelphia. (Saturday, March 16)

The 1st Annual Manayunk St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl: Starts at 12pm at Sona Pub & Kitchen, 4417 Main Street, Manayunk. (Saturday, March 16)

St. Paddy’s Day at Springfest Live: Starts at 2pm at Xfinity Live! 1100 Pattison Avenue, Philadelphia. (Saturday, March 16)

The Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day parade was last weekend but there are still plenty of parades in the area this weekend.

Bucks County St. Patrick’s Day Parade: New Falls Road, Levittown. 10:30am. (Saturday, March 16)

Conshohocken St. Patrick’s Day Parade: 11th Avenue and Fayette Street. 2pm. (Saturday, March 16)

Springfield St. Patrick’s Day Parade: West Springfield Road, Springfield, PA. 12pm. (Saturday, March 16)

Wilmington St. Patrick’s Day Parade: 4th and King Street. 12pm. (Saturday, March 16)

-JD

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