The Dubliner does it up again this year for St. Patrick's Day with a four day party starting with two-for-one fish and chips dinner from 2 to 9 p.m. on Friday. Saturday cranks it up again at 11 a.m. with and Irish breakfast and a St. Puppy's Day celebration with live entertainment, Irish dancers …
Price: No cover (Citrus Park); $10 Mon. only after 4 p.m. (South Tampa).
O'Keefe's cranks it up another notch for the annual tent party with tons of corned beef and cabbage, green beer, Irish drinks, dancers, continuous bagpipers, face painter, rock climbing, balloon artists, bounce house, flame throwers and live music by the Paper Stanleys and Pitbull Toddler (Satur …
The party goes on until 1 a.m. today.
Make sure to sport your green because MacDinton's claims to be "the place to be seen in your green" at this huge party starting at 11 a.m. with an Irish buffet, non-stop live music on two stages, Irish dancers, bagpipers and free T-shirts to the first 500 guests.
Price: $10 after 3 p.m.
Flanagan's takes its 12th annual party to the street with children's activities, live music by Lucid Druid, the Irish Buskers, Noel Cooney, Bob Larrivee, Evergreen, Celtic Circle, a performance by the Dunedin Pipe Band, Irish Step Dancers, traditional Irish food, beer and car bombs.
Don your best green apparel for this three-day celebration featuring green beer, drink specials, an Irish buffet complete with bangers and mash and live music.
Price: $3 cover Monday, 15 and under free; cost of food and drink additional.
Busch Gardens and SeaWorld celebrate Spring Break by offering special weekday discounts. Now through May 5, both parks are offering $50 ticket good for any single weekday admission at either park.
The weekly programs cover a variety topics to help unemployed professionals and recent college graduates prepare for the week ahead and to share conversation, contacts and job search information. RSVP required.
Creative kids can make mosaics, throw pottery or carve wood to make their own pieces of art. Or, if destroying things is more their bag, they can tear apart gadgets and household electronics to see what's inside them. Included with museum admission.
Ikebana International Chapter #65 welcomes guests to explore the ancient Japanese art of floral and natural material arranging. Regular meetings free to first time guests, then $10 thereafter, unless otherwise noted.
Ichiyo instructor Kathy LaDuke shows how to use plant material from the garden, plus recycled items in creative ikebana designs.
O'Brien's bursts at the seams and moves entertainment outdoors for this year's party with green beer, Irish food, Irish dancers, bagpipe players, a fife and drum band and music by Black Velvet (5-8 p.m.) and Scream Machine (9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.) Friday; Raizing Cane (9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.) Saturday …
Price: Free, $10 after 3 p.m. Mon.
Let the countdown to St. Patrick's Day begin with four days of Guinness and corn beef, with live entertainment from the Black Honkeys kicking off the celebration. The fun ends at 3 a.m. daily.
Price: $5 Fri.-Sat. Cost of food and drink.
The day dedicated to all things green includes an Irish lunch and performances through out the day including Irish Ramblers, the Drake School of Irish Dance, music by the Tampa Bay Pipe and Drum Band and Scream Machine.
Price: $10 after 3 p.m.
The Sail Pavilion celebrates St. Patrick's Day with a party in the 360-degree waterfront bar featuring daily attractions.
On Monday, join Tampa kinsmen for a full day of Irish revelry including music, food and plenty of libations.
Daily from March 5 to May 18, this year's festival is brimming with new topiaries like Kermit and Miss Piggy, among the 75 total, now illuminated with twinkling lights at night, plus waterwise, vegetable and even an Everglades Garden; bonsai, orchid, hummingbird exhibits; kids landscaped playgro …
With a total of 15 events, there is sure to be something for everyone. Entertainment ranges from A Christmas Carol and Simply Swingin with Sinatra and Friends to the Not So Newlywed Game and Dublin's Irish Cabaret.
Neil Berg's 106 Years of Broadway.
Price: $225 for all 15 performances; $18-$74 for individual shows.