Type to search

What to Eat, Drink, and Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Westchester


An old Irish proverb reads, “It’s easy to halve the potato where there is love.” With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, we’ve rounded up the best things we love to do, see, eat, and drink around the county. With these good eats available, of course, sharing your potato is optional.


Food & Drink

Spillane Group Restaurants

The Spillane restaurants are offering the traditional Irish fare you’d expect from these popular restaurants, no green required. Mickey and Maggie will all offer traditional Irish music alongside their soda bread, corned beef, shepherd’s pie, and other specials, and serve as semi-official celebration spots following their town’s holiday parades.

Mickey Spillane’s

431 White Plains Rd

Maggie Spillane’s

571 Gramatan Ave
Mount Vernon

One of Emma’s famous burgers.

Emma’s Ale House

68 Gedney Way, White Plains

Emma’s Ale House is White Plain’s semi-official afterparty spot for the city’s St. Patrick’s Day parade on March 14 and as usual will celebrate with live bagpipe performances. This Best of Westchester-winning restaurant will also serve special dishes like corn beef cabbage sliders.


The Butcher’s Fancy

961 Mclean Ave, Yonkers

While many establishments offer a few Irish specials when St. Patrick’s Day roll around, Butcher’s Fancy specializes in Irish delicacies year round. This Yonkers establishment isn’t a restaurant, but that doesn’t stop them from serving some of the best Irish boiled bacon and specialty imports around.



607 E Boston Post Rd, Mamaroneck

Every holiday deserves to be celebrated with some sweets. Chocolations of Mamaroneck is the pot of chocolates at the end of the sweet rainbow. Holiday favorites include Baileys Irish Cream Truffles, Irish soda bread, and as always their clover and leprechaun-shaped pops and other fun treats.


Garth Road Inn

96 Garth Rd, Scarsdale

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a live performance of traditional Irish music at the Garth Road Inn. The traditional Irish restaurant will feature staples like Shepherd’s pie, corned beef and cabbage, and Dublin style fish and chips.

Ben’s Kosher Deli

718 Central Park Ave, Scarsdale

For all our fellow Irish-Jews out there (we’ve decided the acceptable street terminology is ‘potato knish’), Westchester’s favorite Jewish deli is going all-out for St. Pat’s with its annual Corned Beef Celebration. That fresh, fresh USDA choice brisket is cured in-house, and will be served up both as catering options for ten people or in the dining room, as combos featuring corned beef, cabbage, and potato platters, sandwiches, and Ben’s legendary soup. Hey, it’s St. Patty’s Day; everybody’s Irish.

Photo courtesy of Ben’s


Read More: The Origins of Corned Beef and Cabbage

Peekskill Brewery Kegs & Eggs

47 S Water St, Peekskill
For all you early risers out there, PKB is planning a traditional ‘kegs & eggs’ breakfast starting at 8 a.m. on March 17 with a traditional Irish breakfast, live music, and plenty of beer specials.

The Quiet Man Public House

15 N. Division St, Peekskill

Another Peekskill staple for you: Because one day is not enough, this old-school Irish Pub celebrates all month long with food and drink specials, music, and events like pint glass painting! Celebrate big on Saturday, March 14 for the Peekskill parade and again March 17 for the St. Pat’s itself.

Photo courtesy The Quiet Man

Peekskill Grand Marshal Pub Crawl

For the truly adventurous, toast this year’s grand marshal, John Testa, at each of seven local watering holes on Friday, March 13: first the Elks’ Lodge, then Hudson Room, Gleason’s, New York Firehouse Grille (food will be available), Kyle’s Pub, Peekskill Public Kitchen, and finally Birdsall House.


Photo courtesy of Empire City Casino

Empire City Casino’s Sixth Annual Irish Concert

Yonkers’ famous casino and racetrack will once again be hosting a bevy of traditional and modern Irish acts on Sunday, March 8. This year will spotlight New York’s own Shileglagh Law and Celtic Cross, as well as the Pipes and Drums of the Police Emerald Society of Westchester. The concert is 21-and-over as food and drink will be available for purchase. Tickets are $20.

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers at Tarrytown Music Hall

If you love AC/DC, the Chili Peppers, and blistering guitar solos matched with thunderous drums and the wail of a good set of bagpipes, oh man, is this the concert for you. The Pipers hit the stage at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 14 and don’t leave until the Isle is unified probably like 9-ish.



Photo provided by the City of Peekskill

White Plains

Saint Patrick’s Day White Plains
Saturday, March 14 at noon

The 2020 White Plains St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been postponed due to coronavirus concerns. A new date is being discussed.


Peekskill’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Saturday, March 14 at 3 p.m.

The 2020 Peekskill St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been postponed due to coronavirus concerns. A new date is being discussed for September.

Sleepy Hollow/Tarrytown

Sleepy Hollow/Tarrytown Annual St. Patrick’s Parade
Sunday, March 15 at 1 p.m.

The parade has been postponed due to coronavirus concerns.


The Eastchester Irish-American Social Club St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m.
The parade has been postponed due to coronavirus concerns.


Sound Shore St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Sunday, March 22 at 1:30 p.m. on Mamaroneck Ave

The parade has been postponed due to coronavirus concerns.


Yonkers St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Saturday, March 21 at 1:00 p.m. on McLean Ave

The 2020 Yonkers St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been postponed for 6 months due to coronavirus concerns. The new date will be half-way to St. Patrick’s Day, September 19, 2020.


Know about a great St. Patrick’s Day event that isn’t listed here? Email the details to events@westchestermagazine.com and we’ll review it for our guide.