St. Patrick's Day in Toronto is the best opportunity we have all year to highlight the rich traditions of the Irish and celebrate the country's vibrant culture, spirited music, and legendary history. It's also a perfect excuse for Torontonians to hit the town.\nWhether you're surrounded by fiddlers and endless shades of green in one of the city's top microbreweries or cozying up with friends in a true Irish pub, St. Patrick's Day is a great opportunity to enjoy a day of warm, festive celebrations during one of the year's coldest months!\nView this post on Instagram • match w/ your bestie ☘️• A post shared by Snipped By @stephaniedresher✂️ (@snippedbysteph) on Feb 17, 2019 at 12:55pm PST\nJameson, the company behind everyone's favourite Irish whiskey, will be partnering with the TTC to offer free rides home. You know what that means: there's no excuse not to dress in your best green outfit and (safely!) hit up Toronto's most authentic Irish pubs.\nView this post on Instagram #504KingStreetcar A post shared by Sn0Wyt ❄ Andrea (@sn0wyt) on Aug 5, 2017 at 3:48pm PDT\nThe free-of-charge rides will run on the 504 King and 501 Queen streetcars on March 17 from 4:00 PM until 2:30 AM (so you can have a serious BLAST all night long!).\nWhether you're after a good old pint of beer, lively Irish tunes, a melt-in-your-mouth pie, or a smooth and bubbly drink made with Jameson Irish Whiskey, ginger ale, and freshly squeezed lime juice, this curated list of awesome spots has you covered this St. Pat's!\nGrace O’Malley's\nView this post on Instagram Who doesn’t love a good Saturday night 😍 firstname.lastname@example.org A post shared by Grace O'Malley's Toronto (@graciestoronto) on Feb 2, 2019 at 10:51am PST\nWhere: 14 Duncan St. (Entertainment District)\nBegin your day at a legit Irish pub. Grace O'Malley's will be kicking off the celebrations in true Irish style at 10:00 AM on March 17. Surprise entertainment, cool prizes, a special food menu, and tons of live music will ensure that your Paddy's Day is off to a grand start!\nThe Ballroom\nView this post on Instagram How can I not repost we're just too cute A post shared by dee-dee (@deedzvo) on Dec 3, 2018 at 1:49pm PST\nWhere: 145 John St. (Entertainment District)\nJoin the shenanigans at The Ballroom, where the music is pumping, there's green aplenty, and the cover is nonexistent. In honour of St. Patrick, The Ballroom will be transformed into an Irish pub on March 17, complete with live entertainment and heaps of beer and pub grub to help keep the merrymaking rolling. The best part? $5.00 Jameson, $6.00 Jameson, Ginger & Lime cocktails and $10.00 pints of beer with Jameson shots!\nThe Dakota\nView this post on Instagram Today, I heard ‘no’. It was a little tough to swallow, but that’s the game we play in this business and any other business for that matter. We hear ‘no’ more often than we hear ‘yes’ and that’s fine because it makes the victories feel more like, well, victories. Sometimes we don’t fit the mold, hit the right note, say the right thing, or make the right move. I certainly don’t. If you do, then well.. you’re wrong 😜. We may not be someone’s cup of tea regardless of whether we do a kickass job or not. Heck, I drink coffee. Today, I heard ‘no’. I’m okay with that because the reason I got a ‘no’ today was the same reason I got a ‘yes’ to some other pretty amazing things (some of which I can’t wait to share!). I hope this message finds those who need it, because I needed it today. Social media tends to just show the highlight reel, not the b-roll. So this is me showing you some b-roll. That sounds weird, but you get it 🙃. Believe in yourself, and believe in the people who believe in you. Today, I heard ‘no’. I’m gonna take that ‘no’ with me back to Newfoundland in a couple of weeks and celebrate a big fat ‘YES’ at the MusicNL awards. ⬇️🎤👏🏻👏🏻 #nofilter . . Ps. This picture (#latergram ) is a big YES. Thanks again @andreaenglandofficial for inviting me to play your magical show. I just love you to pieces. 📷: Anne Connor A post shared by Mallory Johnson (@maljohnsonmusic) on Sep 19, 2018 at 11:19pm PDT\nWhere: 249 Ossington Ave. (Ossington)\nContinue the party in trendy Ossington, where The Dakota is open all evening long and into the wee hours of the morning. This bar has a down-to-earth, rock n’ roll vibe you can’t find anywhere else in TO. Enjoy a refreshing Jameson, Ginger & Lime cocktail and experience St. Patrick's Day the right way!\nMadison Avenue Pub\nView this post on Instagram Freezing weather or no, we're rallying around $3.09 beer bottles and rail shots tonight! Show the world how we do things in Canada🔥 A post shared by Madison Avenue Pub (@madisonavepub) on Jan 31, 2019 at 5:54am PST\nWhere: 14 Madison Ave. (Annex)\nMake the pilgrimage to The Madison on March 17 for St. Maddy's Day (get it?). Receive the blessings of Saint Maddy, who bestows the most devout with nine floors of partying, serious drink deals, authentic menu selections, live music, and a DJ dance floor.\nBelfast Love\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Peter Mieras (@starshipstupor) on Feb 17, 2019 at 6:33pm PST\nWhere: 548 King St. W (King West)\nYou can't do an Irish pub crawl and not visit Belfast Love. Celtic-remix band Shreem will play live on St. Pat's, along with DJs D Smooth, Death Cohen, and ESP rotating all day. Has all that pub-crawling and beer-drinking worked up a serious appetite? Partake in Belfast Love's $5.00 simple fry Irish breakfast from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM.\nLOCAL Liberty Village\n@parkinsonmelissaembedded via\nWhere: 100-171 E Liberty St. (Liberty Village)\nSwap the revelry for some shuffleboard and juicy burgers at LOCAL in Liberty Village. And since celebrations centre around drinking beer on Paddy's Day, don't forget to try one of LOCAL's several rotating beer taps for good measure and be sure to indulge in a vibrant Jameson, Ginger & Lime!\nWalrus Pub & Beer Hall\nView this post on Instagram Forbes - The Top 25 Most Powerful & Influential Women in Canada - December Issue, Available Now. A post shared by Fernando MG (@safista7) on Dec 2, 2018 at 1:27pm PST\nWhere: 187 Bay St. (Financial District)\nTake a break from the madness and opt for a change of pace at The Walrus, a modern, two-room space that focuses on quality food and tasty beverages. Sip on a Jameson, Ginger & Lime Cocktail before continuing on to the rest of your pub crawl.\nDeath and Taxes Free House\nView this post on Instagram Saskatoon homies in the building! @ksjdirk @jennahlady @slybusiness @deathandtaxesto #Love 🤫 A post shared by Mark Ejack (@slybusiness) on Jan 12, 2019 at 5:31pm PST\nWhere: 1154 Queen St. W (West Queen West)\nGreen-clad partygoers are invited to carouse at Death and Taxes, the trendy West Queen West free house offering delicious pub eats and affordable drinks. The bar will be serving $6.00 Jameson all night!\nQueen Street Warehouse\nView this post on Instagram Got stuck in an elevator for an hour and didn't get any pics with the gal we were celebrating, but nonetheless, an awesome night with my ladies- wishing lots of luck to Sterling, you're gunna kill it out west ❤️ A post shared by @ amandaathompss on Jan 18, 2019 at 4:37pm PST\nWhere: 232 Queen St. W (Queen West)\nHead to Toronto's premium dive bar for another dose of Jameson, a food menu that doesn't top $4.95, and a killer party vibe that'll get you in the mood for a long night of making crazy memories with your crew!\nThe Dime\n@luna_horrorembedded via\nWhere: 538 Queen St. W (Queen West)\nFinish the night off where the party is the loudest. Turn the fun up to 10 with cheap eats and cheaper drinks! Just remember to get here before the inevitable line up forms.\nSt.Patrick’s Day is only a few days away, so start working on your perfect green ensemble and round up your friends. And remember: Jameson is the best pal to bring along on your party crawl. Get ready to join the fun!