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March 14, 2008

St. Patty's in Canton

A week or two ago, Jessie emailed me about St. Patrick's Day activities in Canton.

Here's the deal:

The blowout is always next door to Claddagh Pub.

It's called Meet in the Street, and this year, it's Sunday and Monday.

Mr. Greengenes and Kristin and the Noise are playing live.

Both days, activities start in the early afternoon.

Get there early, too, because it's going to be slammed. 

Slammed. 

So get ready. 

Questions? The address is 2918 O'Donnell St., and the phone number is 410-522-4220.

(Photo by Amy Davis/Sun Photographer) 


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 3:56 PM | | Comments (6)
Categories: Bars & Clubs
        

Comments

Thanks Sam! It wouldn't be St. Pats without the $5 dixie cups of Guinness (maybe more now),the meathead bouncers who size up your girlfriend while you're in the head,or the obnoxious oxford & khaki crowd who give you the once over if you look out of their tax bracket. I'll head to Cat's Eye,where at least the clientele are friendly...mostly..

Wow! Don't you sound all ready to celebrate St Patty's Day!

hysterical. Lets all head down to the square with lawn chairs tomorrow as the meatheads come flowing in with a dumbfounded look on their face, asking each other "hey, where's the tent? oh well...lets get WASTED anyways!!!"

you will find me sunday at O'Sheas drinking harp outside as the parade goes by. Most underrated St. Patty event in the city.

Anonymous-I am ready!! Without the bitter aftertaste of gentrified ennui in my mouth..HAPPY ST. PAT'S EVERYONE!!

Can't think of a worst place to enjoy a Guinness and a couple of bands that don't have anything to do with Dewey being empty.

Hey, everyone. It's Mr. GreenJeans. Get down to Canton quick. I mean, this band only plays what, once a year!

Seriously, what is all the fuss here? That band plays about once a week and is always the same show.

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