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Saint Patrick's Day in New Jersey!


This year every Irish person's favorite holiday – known to most people as St. Patrick’s Day – will be Sunday, March 17th. People from all over can enjoy many diverse types of celebrations held all over the Jersey Shore.


Today, March 17th, Freehold will be hosting their St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade will start at 11:30am and will end around 12:30pm. The parade will start on West Main Street and will end at the Elks Lodge. This event is free for the public to attend.


Aside from the parades, many local businesses are holding their own celebrations. Laurita Winery in New Egypt, NJ is hosting their St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Weekend today, March 16th – 17th. Festivities start at 11:30 am and continue till 6 pm. There will live entertainment such as bands and Irish Dancers and even outside vendors. More information about the event can be found on Laurita’s website.


In Point Pleasent, Martell’s Tiki Bar is holding their celebration from noon to 4 pm. There will be live entertainment from Undisputed, beer specials, and giveaways. There is no cover needed at the door.


Today, March 17th, the Marina Grille in Belmar is hosting their St. Patrick’s Day Party from 3pm – 7pm. Live music will be provided by Joe Baracata.


B2 Bistro in Berkeley Township is hosting its celebration today. B2 Bistro will be open all day with fun activities for everyone. In the morning, they will be serving brunch and will have Irish fare all afternoon. Customers will be able to enjoy festive St. Patrick’s Day specialty cocktails, from 2-6pm there will be a special event with bagpipers, a Finnegans wake, and live music from Rock Bottom. For this event there is a $25 admissions fee, but this event benefits Berkeley Township PBA Local 237. There will be an Irish Buffet, drink specials, 50/50, and more.


There are even events for four legged furry friends. Dogtopia of Brick is hosting an event for dogs with fun green St. Patrick’s Day themed treats and a photo party. All pups are welcome, especially those with fun Irish names. Who said St. Patrick’s Day could only be enjoyed by people?

 

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