Feel festive with this round-up of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day specials around the region.
By Meghan Burk
Whether you’re celebrating at home or venturing out safely with friends, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s day events in Reno/Tahoe. From festive treats, to funky green attire, and bathtubs full of beer, we hope this line-up of events in Reno/Tahoe is your lucky charm.
Four-leafed and fantastic, House of Bread Reno is baking sprinkled Clover Cookies and Marble Rye Bread ALL month long. Be sure to place your orders before all the leprechauns do!
Discover what’s under the rainbow at Black Rock Desserts. Their tasty delights are adorned with the cutest lucky charms, candy rainbows, green whipped creams and all the toppings that will make you say, “Top o’ the morning to ya!”
The traditional corned beef and cabbage is a must have to properly celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Reno/Tahoe. At Zephyr Cove Restaurant, enjoy this festive fare along with Guinness beer or an Irish Coffee. Slainte!
Order the most delish sandwich at Yosh’s Unique Deli to go. Serving all week long, try their toasted corned beef and cabbage sandwich topped with savory bacon braised cabbage, Swiss cheese, and a creamy Guinness & Baileys dressing. This sounds like a pot of gold.
If you’re looking for a sweet treat that’s magically delicious, look no further than Sierra Nevada Chocolates in Reno. You’ll be light on your leprechaun feet when you try their white chocolate hot cocoa bombs for St. Patrick’s Day.
WEAR GREEN OR GET PINCHED
Needing some green-spiration? Find cute Ts, lucky beanies, and locally made green gifts, all while supporting small businesses at Home Means Nevada Co. With these purchases, you surely won’t be pinched.
Lime, sage, mint green and vintage olive are the trendy colors for spring 2021. Feel glamorous in green with Biggest Little Fashion Truck’s trendy collection picks. Offering personal styling, private shopping and a boutique on wheels … who says wearing green is only for St. Patrick’s Day?
For those looking for some funky costume gear, Junkee Clothing Exchange can outfit you from top hat to green penny loafers. Have you heard of their mystery bag? Give your sizes and get a customized goodie bag shipped to your door with fun costumes and accessories.
Have a green afternoon with mythical fairies (for pretend) at Chapel Tavern in Reno. Serving up a regionally distilled absinthe, this black licorice-flavored drink will surely get you sparkling and ready to celebrate your list of St. Patrick’s day events in Reno/Tahoe.
Give a toast to a better year and to your health at The Loft Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe. Rolling out their new craft cocktail drink menu, you and friend can enjoy draft specials, decorations, party favors, and Irish food specials.
Grab yourself a Guinness at the only official Irish Pub in South Lake Tahoe. Along with their 40 beers on tap, McP’s Taphouse Grill will be inviting Guinness and Bud Light pro teams serving up daily specials.
From sunrise to sunset, green drinks and beverages are a must on March 17. The Green Monster at Num Num Boba in Midtown Reno is the healthiest way to start your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Reno/Tahoe.
Try these sham-ROCK-in specials at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Lake Tahoe. Serving up all month long, enjoy $4 Jameson whiskey shots and $5 Mule cocktails at Center Bar. This Irish 3-course meal at Alpine Union will be available March 13 – 17.
Want a bathtub full of beer? Yes! Whitney Peak Hotel has a great St. Patrick’s Day Package to celebrate with your lucky leprechaun. This great promotion runs through March and includes festive room decor, fun selfie photo props, and a bathtub full of beer. Way to strike gold!
Wanting to try you luck at gaming? Casino Fandango in Carson City is giving seven times the points on slots, video poker and table games. Wednesday, March 17 will be your lucky day.
GOOD OL’ TIMES
Push your luck with St. Patty’s Day Bingo & Beer Pong at Sidelines Sports Pub at the Beach Retreat & Lodge. Of course, there will be food & drink specials all night long too.
Friendly shenanigans are welcomed at Steamer’s Bar & Grill for their St. Funkin Patrick’s Day Party. Live music starting at 7 p.m. and you have to try their locally famous corned beef tacos. You might even win some schwag being raffled all day.
We hope you fully enjoy this roundup of fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Reno/Tahoe. As we should all know, if you’re venturing out in public places, please wear your green mask, bring your green hand sanitizer, and be respectful of those other leprechauns and fairies around you. Looking for more events in Reno/Tahoe? Check out our online calendar that lists great events happening in the area.