With holiday celebrations looking a little different this year, it has been hard coming up with clever ways to still enjoy the special occasion from the comfort of your home. As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, bars and restaurants are closed or only operating on a limited capacity, which means you and your crew are probably stuck for plans. Here are some helpful tips to make this St. Paddy’s Day at home the best yet.
If your group normally celebrates with a bar crawl, turn each room in your house into a different “bar” with different decorations, drink specials and more — it will feel like you were transported to a real bar. Turn it up a notch and have each room feature a St. Patrick’s Day-themed drink like Jameson, green beer, Shamrock Shakes and more.
Whether you are Irish or not, dress up in your best St. Patrick’s Day gear and see who in the group can outshine the rest. Participants can dress as a shamrock, wear all green with added accessories and so much more — make sure to get creative with it.
Plan a Potluck
There are so many traditional Irish dishes people wait to enjoy once a year on St. Patrick’s Day, such as Irish potatoes, corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie and green beer. Start a sign-up sheet and have people bring different dishes, whether they are traditional dishes or just go with the theme.
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