With Irish ancestry making up roughly 10 percent of Wyoming’s population, St. Patrick’s Day has an outsized influence throughout the state. Everyone knows to wear green on the saint’s day and what happens when you catch a leprechaun, but not everyone knows where the best spots to celebrate their Irish heritage are located. Fear not, dear friends. We’ve got you covered. From kissing a blarney stone to drinking in the green, here are the best St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Wyoming!
There's plenty to do this St. Patrick's Day with drinking areas indoors and out, live music, nine pool tables, slot machines, on-site betting, and more. Outlaw Saloon is well-worth a trip to celebrate the holiday.
Alf’s Pub knows how to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day right. They have live music from 2-6 p.m., a silent auction, raffles and offer green beer, corned beef, and cabbage.
The Keg and Cork was voted “Best Bar in Casper” in 2016 and it’s easy to see why. They’ve got an authentic Irish feel, tasty beers, a robust entrée menu, and know how to throw a party. You can’t go wrong celebrating St. Patrick’s Day here.
The O’Dwyers Public House is known for their drive-up liquor store and Irish-themed restaurant. The food is scrumptious, the drinks free-flowing, and the St. Patrick’s Day celebration one to remember. Stop in to their Laramie location for a good time with good people.
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This isn't your average St. Patrick's Day bar crawl. This one is timed and requires you receive a stamp of completion from the participating bars: Gaslight Social, Yellowstone Garage, Frontier Brewing, Black Tooth, The Office, Racca's, and Urban Bottle. Can you do 7 bars in 3 hours? Don't worry. There is an app to help you track your progress. And as you nurse your hangover the next day, feel good knowing that the proceeds from the event will be donated to Jason's Friends and the Special Olympics. Bottoms up!