Corned beef and hash and green beer are taking over Boston this St. Patrick’s Day. Irish pubs are getting ready for festive celebrations and Kelly green is sweeping the city streets.
With all of this, it’s no wonder Boston was deemed the number 1 city in the United States to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. St. Patty’s traditions, cost, weather, and safety and accessibility were factored in to determine the overall winner. These qualities also make this area a great place to live.
With its abundance of Irish pubs dotting the sidewalks of almost every neighborhood in Boston, bagpipes and the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in the South End, Boston embraces its Irish heritage every March 17th through the weekend.
As you make plans this weekend to partake in the St. Patty’s Day traditions, here are a few properties to look out for as you walk along the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade Route in South Boston.