St. Patricks day
With a rich Irish heritage, the St. Paddy’s celebrations in Detroit offer fun, food and festivities for the entire family.
The annual Oakland County St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Royal Oak celebrates and honors Irish family tradition, pride and heritage.
The Detroit area has plenty of options for those looking to participate in all of the Irish festivities.
If you love corned beef, this is the time of year to indulge, and these are the best places in Detroit to do it at.
Visit The Old Shillelagh, The Blarney Stone Pub or Conor O’Neill’s for the local spin on the Irish Pub.
With Halloween just days away, it got us thinking here in the WWJ Newsroom: Which holiday is the best?
Quite a few Metro Detroiters were caught camping out before dawn, outside their favorite watering holes.
How do you plan to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Leave a comment and let us know. Don’t get us wrong. Doing nothing is a fine answer.
The Oakland County Sheriff pumps up patrols on St. Patrick’s Day – keeping an eye out for drunk drivers.
There are two days when everybody is Irish; St. Patrick’s Day and the day of the St. Patrick’s Parade in Detroit.