How to survive St. Patty’s Day

by - 10:07 AM

If you live under a rock, a reminder that this weekend marks St. Patrick’s Day. Though I don’t normally make a big splash around it, the boy does and I guess that means so will I this year. Unlike him, I won’t be celebrating all day (can you imagine?) but I will be joining the festivities later in the evening.

There are a lot of things happening around Portland this weekend, which I am excited to experience for the first time. Here are some venues to check out this weekend, though I’m sure they will be packed to the max. Be flexible in case you need to adjust your plans accordingly!

Kell’s Brew Pub
March 15-17, 2013 | $25 | 21+ | *Kids festivities Saturday from 11am to 4pm*
112 Southwest 2nd Avenue Portland, OR 97204
‎(503) 227-4057 | More Info:

Thirsty Lion Pub Portland
March 15-17, 2013 | $5-$10 | 21+
71 SW 2nd Ave Portland, OR 97204(503) 222-2155 | More Info:

March 15-17, 2013 | $15 | All Ages Until 9 p.m.
65 SW Yamhill St Portland, OR 97204(503) 224-5626 | More Info:

North 45 Pub
March 17, 2013 | 4 p.m. | $10 | 21+
517 NW 21st Ave Portland, OR 97209(503) 248-6317 | More Info:

In case you end up with one too many green beers, here’s my advice for getting through:

Eat a hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner: Make sure you are eating enough throughout the day to keep you sustained.
Hydrate: Between your beer or whiskey drink, be sure to have a glass of water to stay hydrated.
Be Safe: Don’t drink and drive. Plan on a designated driver or take a cab and leave the car at home.

Wish me luck, and I’ll be sure to report back!

P.S. How cute are these St. Patty's Day nails I found on Pinterest?

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