Friday March 2nd, 2018
Get ready for all green everything on Saturday, March 17 when the heart of South Wharf will transform into a strip of all day long St Patrick’s Day celebrations.
Don a green wig, down a pint of Guinness and embrace the luck of the Irish as you overlook the iconic Yarra River and enjoy a day full of delicious food, drinks and live music.
St Pat’s Day Eve at Meat Market’s Whiskey Dinner
Start the party early with a St Patrick’s Day Eve four-course whiskey degustation at Meat Market.
Join fellow whiskey enthusiasts for an evening of exceptional food and fine drops. Enjoy a cocktail on arrival followed by a four-course meal matched with four outstanding whiskeys, including Chivas’ newest Japanese oak aged addition ‘Mizunara’.
Starting at 7pm, this four-course dinner is the perfect blend of education and experience and a wonderful way to warm up for the weekend and St Pat’s Day celebrations.
You can make a booking here.
St Patrick’s Day in South Wharf
Hit up one of South Wharf’s festive events on St Patrick’s Day, or jig between them for a full Irish experience.
Common Man’s BBQ On The Lawn – Free Entry
From midday on St Pat’s Day, enjoy a Guinness and a Jameson or two on the Common Man lawn, with live music from 1pm. Common Man’s resident meat experts will be slow roasting and smoking up a storm to bring you the most flavoursome beef and lamb you can wrap your hands around.
There’ll be plenty of tunes, including a few Irish classics, as well as drinks, tasty bites and a jovial ambience that’ll make for a perfect arvo with your friends or family – heck, bring your ma! She’ll love it!
Bohemian Wine Bar World of Whiskey Masterclass
Bohemian has something truly intimate and special planned for Ireland’s biggest cultural and religious day of celebration; a masterclass through six different whiskies from Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Australia and America, plus a mystery whisky to finish.
Bohemian will take you on a detailed whisky masterclass ‘around the world’, where their whisky expert will guide you through the history, techniques and geographical influences that have resulted in the creation of some of the world’s oldest, best and even new world whiskies.
Get ready to be taken on a journey from the Scottish Highlands, to the USA and Japan, finishing on a surprise mystery whiskey.
The masterclass is $65 per person and also includes a cheese and charcuterie platter. There are only 12 spaces available for the one hour class, so get in quick!
Make a booking now!
Paint the town green this St Patrick’s Day and join in South Wharf’s festivities – the Guinness will be flowing as we get our craic on.