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How to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Downtown Oakville



With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner on March 17, you might be starting to think of ways you can celebrate locally this year. We’ve put together this guide to help you enjoy the day in Downtown Oakville.


What to do


Flourish and Bask: Whether you’re hosting a party or hanging out solo, this special store has everything you need to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at home. Flourish and Bask has all the tools you need to help you test your mixologist skills and create festive cocktails and drinks.


British Grocer: Stock up on party favourites from the British Grocer. From butcher meats to fresh baked goods, the British Grocer has everything you need to please your guests and keep their tummies full this St. Patrick’s Day.


Local pubs & restaurants: Hit up a local pub and catch the Leafs game on March 17 at 7 p.m. vs. Carolina Hurricanes. Enjoy a cocktail or pint as you cheer on your favourite team.


What to wear

Black Caviar: Fashionistas, rejoice! Check out fresh finds at Black Caviar to look festive and stylish for all your celebrations on or leading up to March 17th.


Roots: Whether you’re out on the Town or snuggling up at home, Roots has classic clothing selections to keep you cozy and stylish while you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Go green in signature colours such as Juniper, Electric Green or Dried Sage.


Second Chance: Hit the racks at Second Chance, a luxury and designer consignment shop that is sure to have the perfect outfit or accessories for you to sport this St. Paddy’s Day.


Country Road of Canada: Featuring British & Irish Imports, Home Decor and Apparel for men and ladies, their collection of timeless treasures are perfect to wear your Irish and fill your home with warmth and luxury.

Where to eat and drink


The King’s Arms is one of the oldest pubs in Oakville, established in the mid-1990s. The King's Arms offers an atmosphere to suit any function and offers great beer and cocktails, and its delicious menu is second to none.


The Queen’s Head is located in the heart of Downtown Oakville and is considered a neighbourhood gem. With unmatched hospitality and an extremely welcoming and cozy vibe, this English-style hangout serves classic pub grub. It’s the perfect spot to catch up with friends and loved ones this St. Paddy’s Day!

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