Irish on Grand
Among the trendy shops and dining patios of Grand Avenue, you’ll find a two-story house that’s filled with Irish memorabilia. Irish on Grand is the oldest Irish store in the Twin Cities, and it proudly claims to be a social hub for the local community. Stop in and browse for a Claddagh ring, thick wool sweaters, Irish glassware and other Celtic products as you learn about other events, concerts and restaurants.
The Center for Irish Music
If you need more harp, fiddle or accordion in your life, you’ll want to check out the Center for Irish Music. For more than 10 years, the center has hosted, taught and supported local musicians who are focused on Irish musical tradition.
Shamrock's, the Irish Nook
A local favorite, family-friendly watering hole and restaurant featuring another local favorite, the Juicy Lucy. Shamrock's opened in 2012 and has become a staple of the West 7th neighborhood. Plus, they boast space to host groups of up to 200.
Celtic Junction Arts Center
A variety of performers from across the world take to the stages at the Celtic Junction Arts Center year-round to deliver unparalleled Irish productions for audiences. The Celtic Junction Arts Center weaves the traditions of dance, music, art, and language together for an unforgettable experience with a mission to celebrate, promote, and preserve cultural arts and community.
On the corner of University and Vandalia, there’s a pub that plays Irish and American music six nights a week. On Wednesdays, you can learn to Irish dance. For a low-key, high-Irish night, check out The Dubliner.
Emmett’s Public House
Grab a pint at one of Saint Paul’s greenest pubs—and try some of the city’s best Irish food while you’re at it. Emmett’s opened in April 2015 on Grand Avenue, and it’s quickly becoming a go-to spot in this dining district.
This charming, art-covered coffee shop on West 7th serves its own coffee specialties with an Irish theme. So many folks praised the cozy spot that they decided to open another location on Selby called Wee Claddagh.
Rince Na Chroi School of Irish Dance
For a decade now, students have practiced the art of Irish dance with founder Katie Stephens Spangler at Rince Na Chroi. The dancers perform at festivals throughout the Midwest, but they learn everything they know in Saint Paul.
Irish Music and Dance Association
The IMDA is a charitable non-profit cultural and educational organization that promotes Irish music and dance in the Twin Cities. For the past 35 years, the group has hosted the Landmark Center's St. Patrick's Day Irish Celebration.
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