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A Guinness and Green Affair at St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival Singapore 2017

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival Singapore 2017

From buzzing bar crawls to lively Irish dance performances and family-friendly activities, there’s nothing quite like St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival – filled with great live music, beautiful people, amazing food and drinks.

From the 17th to the 19th of March 2017, it’s a holiday where Boat Quay goes green across Circular Road in celebration of Irish culture and tradition. You don’t have to go to Ireland to enjoy the party atmosphere of St. Patrick’s Day, as there’s plenty going on right here in the heart of Singapore.

Celebrating it’s fifth year running, St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival returns this March with a colossal line up of exciting activities such as the iconic St. Patrick’s Day Parade, traditional dance performances, Irish rock and folk-rock music acts, DJ booth and kids entertainment include face painting, ballon sculpting and airbrush tattooing.

The annual St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival is backed by Guinness Singapore and proudly organised by Singapore River One (SRO) with the involvement of Circular Road stakeholders including: Boomerang, Hero’s, Mogambo, Molly Malone’s, Ô Comptoir, Public House, Roll Up and Uncabunca.

A ‘Guinness and Green’ Food and Drink Affair – 1st to 31st of March 2017

Line up your stomach with specially created Guinness-infused dishes & drinks, and plenty of green accents for the entire month of March, including Paddy weekend.

Check out some highlights for the very green affair – featuring bars and restaurants along Circular Road that took on a green twist or incorporate Guinness into their food and drinks.


HERO’S

Address: 69 Circular Road Singapore #01-01 Singapore 049423

Tel: +65 6438 6058

Website: http://heros.sg/

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/heroslivemusic/

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HERO’S is one ticket to a live music venue and live sports bar in Boat Quay. The Western saloon-style bar has specially created two Guinness-infused dishes for the occasion.

Adding Guinness to the classic Lamb Stew ($18 nett) gives the braise a rich, stouty flavour. The Irish love nothing more than the Guinness-battered Fish and chips with Guinness Mayo ($18 nett).


THE MASK BAR & RESTAURANT

Address: 23 Circular Road Singapore 049380

Tel: +65 9060 4444

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/TheMaskBoatQuay/

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THE MASK – a modern fusion restaurant serving a mix of Western and Indian fare makes a good chill out spot for all occasions.

How about a fulfilling dish of tender Chicken Palak ($14+) and freshly made Mint Naan ($5+) sounds to you? Including a special Shamrock Cocktail ($16+) concocted with a mix of tequila, white rum, orange and lime juices, as well as a touch of blue curacao that sparkles brilliant shades of emerald green – that’s just charming as hell, isn’t it?


DOJO

Address: 72 Circular Road Singapore 049426

Tel: +65 6438 4410

Websitehttps://dojo.sg/

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/dojo.sg/

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MOJO is the city’s first dedicated pork burger joint that specialises in serving gourmet pork burgers, sandwiches and snacks. In celebration of the Irish holiday, MOJO has specially created a new burger named – Patrick; which features its signature juicy pork patty adorned with creamed spinach and sandwiched between fluffy matcha bread buns.

Selling at $8 nett for a la carte or $10 nett with fries, available for the whole month of March 2017.


Ô COMPTOIR

Address: 79 Circular Road Singapore 049433

Tel: +65 6534 7645

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/OComptoirSG/

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Celebrate the luck of the Irish with a Lucky Crepe ($5+) at Ô Comptoir, a modern French creperie and bar in Circular Road that dishes out classic savoury galettes and sweet crepes in a casual and relaxed setting.

The traditional French style buckwheat crepe with a sprinkling of green shamrock sugar is sure to brighten up the celebration.

Other participating bars and restaurants along Circular Road include Public House, Roll Up, Veg Cafe, Village Nasi Lemak, and Molly Malone’s.

During the Paddy weekend, the iconic street of Circular Road (between North Canal Road and Lorong Telok) will be transformed into a pedestrian-only zone. The party begins on Friday (17 March 2017) from 6pm till late; while Saturday and Sunday (18-19 March 2017) start from 2pm till 10pm.

St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival Singapore 2017 is a non-ticketed event (FREE Admission).

For more information and updates, please visit the following.


ST. PATRICK’S DAY STREET FESTIVAL SINGAPORE 2017

Websitehttp://stpatsdaystreetfest.com.sg/

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/stpatsdaySG/

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/singaporeriverone/

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