How to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at Home

With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner, you may be trying to plan the perfect celebration. Our team has taken the difficulty out of finding the most fun St. Patrick’s Day activities. Plus, we’ve categorized them by age to make it even easier for you to get started.

St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Adults

Grab a Guinness

Green beer isn’t the only sign of a good ol’ Irish time! Guinness is the official drink of St. Patrick’s Day. With its unique creamy flavor, you’ll be reminded of your Irish roots in no time. So grab a pint and indulge (responsibly) this holiday.

Host a Whiskey Tasting

Find a boxed set that suits your fancy (we love Jameson), gather a couple of friends, and let the good times roll. You can elevate the tasting experience by grading the whiskeys in order of preference or pairing your whiskeys with some classic St. Patrick’s Day food.

St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Families of All Ages

Bake with a Green Twist

No matter how you plan to spend your day, you can’t go wrong with a batch of Shamrock Sugar Cookies! With this easy to follow recipe, you and your family will have a tasty treat in no time. Still in the mood for something sweet? Check out these other baked goods that are the definition of delicious St. Patrick’s Day food.

Play Shamrock Bingo

Gaming is in our DNA, so why not include the entire family in this fun St. Patrick’s Day activity? Getting started couldn’t be easier with these themed bingo cards. All you need to do is print out the desired number of cards, or design your own, and choose what candy you want to use as your bingo markers. Let the games begin!

Search for Four-Leaf Clovers

Getting outside on St. Patrick’s Day isn’t only great for your health and well-being — it’s also the best way to step into the spring season. With so many parks in the greater Cincinnati area, there are plenty of green areas where you can enjoy a stroll and search for lucky four-leaf clovers. We love Washington Park, Eden Park, and Ault Park to name a few. 

Plan a Festive Feast

In the mood for some festive St. Patrick’s Day food? Bring the family together and cook a traditional Irish meal! Shepherd’s Pie is a classic comfort food and no holiday is complete without Irish soda bread. When it comes to dessert, chocolate stout cupcakes are sure to be the ultimate crowd pleasers among family members of all ages.

Blend a Shamrock Shake

Everyone knows the Shamrock Shake from those famous Golden Arches, but this St. Patrick’s Day, why not blend your own? You’ll be able to control how much or how little ice cream, mint, and food coloring you add to your milkshake so that it’s personalized to your liking. This tasty treat makes a delicious dessert after your St. Patrick’s Day food, too.

Feeling Lucky? Visit Hard Rock Cincinnati!

If you and your friends are still searching for fun St. Patrick’s Day activities, look no further than Hard Rock Cincinnati.

Food and Drinks Galore

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a drink at our bar. Our Happy Hour will be serving Jameson alongside all the usual classics, while you sit back and soak up the panoramic views of the casino floor. When it’s time to enjoy some St. Patrick’s Day food, we’ve got you covered with a wide array of amazing food outlets.  

The Hottest Slots and Table Games

You might have tried online casino games, but don’t miss out on the best in-person experience in the State of Ohio. Hard Rock Cincinnati is the perfect place to channel the luck of the Irish across our 100,000 square-foot casino floor.

Our “Swipe and Win” promo runs throughout the month of March so you have a chance to win every day! Prizes include:

  • $5-$1000 in free play or free bet
  • Food vouchers and discounts
  • Table bet Match Play offers
  • Comp Dollars and more

Just be sure to claim your prize on the day you win it.

Not a Wild Card member? Not a problem! You can sign up on the day you visit Hard Rock Cincinnati and still be eligible for this fun St. Patrick’s Day activity! Learn more about the Wild Card Loyalty Program here.


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