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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Best Bars in Town!

7 Locations, 2 Days, 1 Good Time

Need plans for Saint Patrick’s Day? Downtown Cartersville has you covered! This holiday provides the best excuse to go out and have a beer, and there’s no better place to get a pour than bars in downtown Cartersville. The Saint Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl begins on Friday, March 15 at 5 PM, and runs until close of bar hours on Saturday, March 16.

The price of a ticket is $35 and includes a Pub Crawl branded silicone pint glass, punch card, and one beer at each participating location. You may use your Pub Crawl cup to receive your pours, or you can ask for a can of beer. There is no set schedule on how to do the crawl — go to the bars you please, when you please!

Cartersville Downtown Development, Marketing and Promotions Coordinator Hannah Surrett, “We recommend that Pub Crawl participants get lunch or dinner at a restaurant in downtown Cartersville as they bar hop. The Pub Crawl is a great time to drink with friends, but also explore all of what downtown Cartersville has to offer! Pop into retail shops in between bars, dine at one of our many delicious restaurants, check out our sculpture walk, visit one of the two museums in downtown, or just drink in the bars. Regardless, we think you’ll have a great time!”

Participating Restaurants include:

  • Table 20
  • Mellow Mushroom
  • Maine Street Coastal Cuisine
  • The Local Bar & Grill
  • The City Cellar & Loft
  • Jefferson’s
  • Old Havana Cigar

Tickets now available to purchase! You may buy them online through our website at The St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl always sells out, so be sure to purchase as soon as you can!

Participants must be 21 years of age or older. Everyone is asked to please drink responsibly. For any additional questions, please contact the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority at 770-607-3480.

Continued Surrett, “We are thrilled to be putting this event on again. The Pub Crawls are always a big hit, and it’s a great way to get the community engaged with downtown businesses. I think coming downtown and celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day will be a weekend to remember!”