The Best Bars for St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Chicago, the Twin Cities & Wisconsin

The countdown is on! In search of a place to spend the big day at? We’ve got you covered.

We’ve teamed up with some amazing bars and restaurants in Chicago, the Twin Cities, and Wisconsin to kickstart the Paddy’s Day celebrations. Make sure to give them a visit if you’re in the area for some great Keeper’s Heart specials:


Celtic Crossing 

751 N Clark St., Chicago

Amidst the high-concept bars and restaurants of River North, Celtic Crossing stands out for its neighborhood bar charm and atmosphere. We couldn’t think of a finer bar to enjoy a Keeper’s Heart Irish + American Mule cocktail to officially kick off the St. Patrick’s Day season.

O’Leary’s Public House

541 N Wells St., Chicago

We love neighborhood bars in River North so much, we’ll also be at O’Leary’s Public House on March 3rd. A haven for Packers, Bearcats, Blackhawks, Cubs and Sox fans, O’Leary’s has long been a Chicago staple for folks who want to enjoy a quiet pint. But with St. Patrick’s Day on its way, up your game and try a Keeper’s Heart Irish + American Mule

Wilde Bar & Restaurant 

3130 N Broadway St., Chicago

If you’re a little further north of the city, come join us at Wilde Bar & Restaurant on March 4th. Featuring gleaming wood and plush leather throughout, Wilde Bar takes its theme from the proud tradition of Irish literature and offers guests outstanding Irish and American bar fare, as well as exceptional Keeper’s Heart cocktails. We hope you’ll join us and raise a glass in honor of the season.

Kerryman Irish Bar & Restaurant 

661 N Clark St., Chicago

With three owners hailing from Ireland, Kerryman is known as Chicago’s liveliest Irish bar. Located in River North, it’s the perfect spot for drinks and dining—offering guests an authentic Irish menu and exceptionally friendly service. Meet up with Keeper’s Heart on March 4th and taste a whiskey masterpiece from another Irish native.

O’Shaughnessy’s Public House 

4557 N Ravenswood Ave., Chicago

Nestled in a residential street in Ravenswood, O’Shaughnessy’s is the perfect neighborhood Irish bar you’ve been looking for. Built in the historic Pickard China building, O’Shaughnessy’s has been warmly welcoming guests since 2008. And speaking of warm, they’ve created a signature Keeper’s Heart cocktail in honor of our visit—the Soul Warming. Stop in for a chance to sip your next favorite drink at your new favorite bar.

Fadó Irish Pub

100 W. Grand Ave., Chicago

Located in the heart of River North, Fadó Irish Pub offers guests a traditional Irish atmosphere with excellent beers, whiskeys, pub food favorites and a steady stream of European soccer matches. Come see us on March 10th for a sip of Keeper’s Heart and your chance to cheer like a proper hooligan.

Mrs. Murphy’s & Sons Irish Bistro

3905 N Lincoln Ave., Chicago

Since opening its doors in 2005, Mrs. Murphy’s has been welcoming North Center guests with genuine family charm, scratch-made Irish pub favorites, excellent beers and a truly deep roster of Irish whiskeys, which we are proud to be included on. It’s the perfect spot to end our pre-St. Patrick’s Day Irish bar tour and we hope to see you there. Be sure to try their Keeper’s Heart Irish + American and ginger cocktail.

Twin Cities


995 7th St W, St Paul

Shamrocks goes all out for St. Patrick’s Day! Shamrocks will have live music, bag pipers, and lots of Irish fun. Keeper’s Heart will be featured in three different cocktails including an Irish mule, a Black and Ginger (Keeper’s Heart Irish Bourbon, ginger ale, and Watkins Orange Bitters), and a Keeper’s Irish Coffee.

The Dubliner Pub

2162 University Ave W, St Paul

A St. Paul staple since 1983, The Dubliner Pub will be featuring a Keeper’s Heart Irish mule. Festivities for St. Patrick’s Day begin Friday and continue through the weekend.

McHugh’s Public House

5715 Egan Dr, Savage

McHugh’s celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with an entire week of events, starting with the .01k on Sunday, March12. This is the 10th anniversary of this event! McHugh’s will be featuring Keeper’s Heart mules the entire month of March.

Eagle Street Grille

174 7th St W, St Paul

Eagle Street Grille will be partaking in the annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration held in the heart of St. Paul, a city that truly knows how to celebrate this holiday to the max. Eagle Street will be featuring the Dublin Drop with Keeper’s Heart Irish + American Whiskey and Irish cream dropped into an Irish stout. 

Kip’s Irish Pub

9970 Wayzata Blvd, St Louis Park

Housed in the Marriott Minneapolis West hotel in St. Louis Park, Kip’s Irish Pub will be featuring Keeper’s Heart in three specialty cocktails, including an Irish mule, Irish coffee, Irish bloody mary, and the Heart and a Harp—a tasty beer and a bump feature. St. Patrick’s Day festivities start Friday morning with K102 broadcasting live from Kip’s, and continue through the weekend, with a show from The Tim Malloys on Saturday night.


Stubborn Brothers Brewery – Shawano

220 S. Main St., Shawano

This craft brewery, like the name suggests, was started by a pair of Wisconsin brothers with a passion for beer. The brewery supports local farmers and businesses with a farm-to-table approach and locally sourced ingredients. This St. Patrick’s Day, they’ll be mixing a Keeper’s Heart Old Fashioned, using barrel select.

Happy’s Junkyard – Woodruff  

1013 First Ave., Woodruff

Known for a welcoming atmosphere and friendly bartenders, Happy’s Junkyard is serving up a Ginger Heart special cocktail with Keeper’s Heart whiskey this St. Patrick’s Day, Friday, March 17. The drink muddles lime and lemon with the whiskey and tops it off with ginger ale. Happy’s also has a bevy of bar games like pool, darts and bags that are sure to liven up the celebration.

Revere’s Wells Street Tavern – Delafield

505 Wells St., Delafield

This Lake Country spot is going all out on St. Patrick’s Day. The tavern and restaurant is bringing in multiple bands to play throughout the celebration. Come for a drink; stay for the awesome food selection, like the Revere Burger and the signature giant pretzel. And you’ll find a delicious Keeper’s Heart Mule specially featured on the cocktail menu.

O’Brien’s On Main – Amherst

128 N. Main St., Amherst

This Irish pub is the place to go for great live music, with different acts playing the room every Thursday and Sunday. Located on small-town Amherst’s picturesque Main Street, O’Brien’s also boasts a spacious covered patio and a wide drink selection. You can order a Keeper’s Heart cocktail there this St. Patrick’s weekend.

The Treasury – Delavan

303 E. Walworth Ave., Delavan

The Treasury is hosting its annual St. Patrick’s Day Block Party again this year. There will be live music, Irish food, family-friendly activities and of course, fantastic drinks. Keeper’s Heart is being used for the Midwest Mule and the Midwest Manhattan specialty cocktails – blending a Wisconsin-style cocktail with Keeper’s Heart’s Irish/American whiskey mix.

Pike’s Pine Isle Lodge – Three Lakes

1261 Pine Isle Rd., Three Lakes

The view here simply can’t be beat. On the shore of Medicine Lake with over 200 feet of frontage, you’ll catch a beautiful sunset while you enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Pike’s Pine will be serving up a specialty Keeper’s Heart Old Fashioned, an ideal Wisconsin cocktail to honor the day. Consider stopping by the day before St. Patrick’s – the rustic lodge is hosting a Whiskey Workshop on March 16 with a dinner to follow.