It Ain’t Easy Being Green

St. Patrick’s Day at the Key West Historic Seaport is where you want to be! This is just another reason to party, although a reason is never needed. Pull out the costumes, paint your hair green, put on your dancing shoes and head to the Historic Seaport.

You’ll find everything from green beer pitchers to a huge craft beer selection at The Waterfront Brewery. One of the local favorites is a peanut infused beer. While enjoying your fresh brewed draft, check out the massive game room equipped with video games, pool tables, air hockey, crane games and more that offers a variety of ways to show off your talents. Be sure to stop by the brewery on St. Patrick’s Day to party the rooftop bar party that will feature live music, drink specials and giveaways.

Schooner Wharf Bar will be hosting its annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. You’ll have Luck o’ the Irish fun at this classic waterfront watering hole, and that’s no blarney! The 40th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Bar Stroll, just like everything else, always ends up at the Schooner Wharf Bar, so expect a crowd of great company. Join in on the festivities by wearing green, sharing pinches and sipping Black and Tans, green beer and schnapps. Feast on traditional corned beef and cabbage prepared by the Schooner galley. With live music from Michael McCloud, Malcom and the Fiddle Trio and Blarney Rubble, you’re sure to have an entertaining evening at this popular waterfront pub!   

Whether it’s St. Patrick’s Day or any other day, Happy Hour at the Historic Seaport won’t let you down. Enjoy drink specials at Half Shell Raw Bar, Turtle Kraals, Schooner Wharf Bar, Conch Republic Seafood Company, B.O.’s Fishwagon, Live Bait Lounge at Key West Bait & Tackle and The Waterfront Brewery.  

If you’re interested in attending an event, check out Schooner Wharf BarMarch is the third month of the Annual Schooner Wharf Wrecker’s Cup Race. This totally fun one-way race series runs from January to April and reminds us of the tradition of the ”wreckers” in Key West of the 1800’s. When “Wreck Ashore” was heard around Key West, the first wrecker to reach the site had the responsibility to save everyone aboard but then also won the right to claim the cargoes. The reenactment is a 7 mile course from Key West Harbor to Sand Key.

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