Since 1998, Tir na nOg has been one of the best Irish pubs in NYC for St. Patrick’s Day.
From our Celtic-inspired New American Menu to the Celtic script behind the bar and adorning our Cathedral room wall to the finest Imperial pint of Guinness poured in NYC, there’s no doubt you’re in a legendary Irish pub from the second you walk in our door.
Of course, St. Patrick’s Day and the days and weeks surrounding it are particularly magical times at Tir na nOg. We have live music throughout the month and lovely crowds nearly every day and night. We look forward to greeting you with a thousand welcomes this St. Patrick’s Day.
Our schedule of live music for March:
March 8th: Morningstar
March 9th: Dead Mile Dance
March 15th: Pio and Peadar
March 16th: Whist, Mary Courtney, Strong Tae, Pio and Paedar (noon to 2 am)
March 17th: Morningstar (starts at 7 pm)
March 22nd: Morningstar
March 23rd: Soundelicious
March 29th: Pio and Paedar
March 30th: Video DJ
Pio and Paedar
Pio Ryan is an Irish-tenor-banjo-musician who launched the Irish Tenor Banjo program. He plays traditional Irish music, with unique blues & bluegrass undertones. He plays at Tir Na Nog with Peadar O’Hici on guitar and vocals, who is known for his traditional Irish sound and occasional old language lyrics. Preview Pio & Peadar’s classic sounds here, with a clip of a performance in Red Hook.
Morningstar is comprised of Mary Courtney on vocals guitar, and bodhran, John Nolan on accordion, and Bernadette Fee on fiddle. Mary is an Irish native who started Morningstar in the 1980s, and both John and Bernadette are native New Yorkers, though you wouldn’t know it by their sound! Mary has been called “one of the very best!” and often moves Irish ex-pats to tears. Get a sneak peek of her sound, or check out her album, here.
Check out our Facebook page to find out in advance about performances, drink specials, and more.