St. Patrick's Day
Whether you’re Irish or simply Irish at heart, you’ll love celebrating St. Patrick's Day with shamrock-inspired crafts, a big platter of corned beef and cabbage, and a whole lot of green.
People Haven't Spent This Much on St. Patrick's Day in 13 Years
And it's not all corned beef and cabbage.Recipe
Irish-Style Brown BreadGallery
10 Ways to Wear Green on St. Patrick's Day
Think chic alternatives like statement necklaces, charm bracelets, and easy-to-make boutonnieres.Feature
Host a St. Patrick's Day Lunch of Healthy Greens
Green isn't limited to shamrocks and leprechauns. At this epic spread, it's the inspiration for a healthy, yet hearty meal that offers a spread of crudités with green goddess dip, mini fruit-topped pavlovas, and iced green tea.Post
Host a Boozy Irish Coffee Bar for St. Patrick's Day
Nothing says "Top o' the morning!" to each of your guests like a custom to-go cup.Post
This Beer-Ice Cream Float Makes the Easiest St. Patrick's Day Dessert
Just mix ice cream, stout, and a dash of luck!Gallery
12 Party-Ready St. Patrick's Day Cocktails
Whip up a drink or two, and don't forget the traditional Gaelic toast to good health: "Sláinte!"Post
Here's What They Eat in Ireland on St. Patrick's Day
Forget the green beer!Recipe
Irish Whiskey SourPost
Why Do We Wear Green on St. Patrick's Day?
Hint: it has to do with leprechauns.