Haha, yeah but if you want to get IN to the Blarney Stone on St. Patty's day - you'll have to show up at like 11:00am. :laughing I haven't been there in a few years now, but that's what it use to be like back in the day.
Although 11:00am shouldn't be a problem if you've got the day off work. But let's face it, if you're looking forward to drinking at 11:00am on a weekday, your employment situation probably isn't too stellar to begin with.
But to answer your first question...there are a lot of Irish Pubs (or Irish Pub wannabes) in Vancouver, so you can take your pick. Personally, I love going to those types of places year 'round...because they've always got ME on tap. (HARP Lagar)
Cos, they love me so much the whole drunken lot of 'em got together and named a fuckin beer after me! :drinkbeer
I use to go there all the time though...my friend's dad's band was the house band (Killarney? Are they still the house band?) so I always use to go in with her....but oddly enough, whenever I wasn't there with an Irish girl, I never felt quite as "accepted".
great to see the irish and none irish giving it wack on paddy's day, it's my wedding anneversary, the wife said i would never forget our anneversary because it's one of the bigest piss-ups of the year. well i havent forgot it yet.
there's only a few days a year that let drinking before noon accpetable so best not to waste them- st. patty's, superbowl, christmas eve + day, spring break, weekends, those days you call in "sick", basically anyday is a good day for drinkin.
Any holiday that you're supposed to go drink beer on is worth celebrating. Bimini's had a good St.Patty's celebration last year. This year going to Malone's downtown to listen to a friend sing Irish drinking songs. :drinkbeer
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