Are you looking for something to do on Thursday, March 17 to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day?
The annual event will be celebrated in pubs and bars across Chester to mark the death of the foremost patron saint of Ireland.
So whether you will be dressing up as a fully-fledged leprechaun, donning a shamrock-adorned top hat or just want to get merry on Guinness, our guide will help you celebrate the occasion.
The Bouverie, 51 Garden Ln, Chester, Cheshire CH1 4EW
From 3pm you can enjoy a traditional Irish sing-a-long with brothers Frank and John O'Keefe.
Cruise, 4 St John St, Cheshire, Chester, Chester CH1 1DA
The club will be dressed up for the occasion with free entry and casual dress (fancy dress is ok too.)
There will be drinks offers all night on Guinness and Jameson's.
The Shrewsbury Arms, Warrington Rd, Chester, CH2 4EB
A special St Patrick's Day menu will be served offering the likes of traditional faggots, Irish stew and chocolate and Guinness cake.
Telford's Warehouse, Tower Wharf, Raymond St, Chester, Cheshire CH1 4EZ
Rusty Mahone & The Busking Club will bring an upbeat, joyous and Guinness fueled evening to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Sit back and watch him play the accordion alongside guests, covering songs not even thought possible for the folk world.
Free entry all night.
The Red Lion, 59 Northgate St, Chester CH1 2HQ
Enjoy a beer (or a pint of Guinness!) and a burger between Monday, March 14 and Sunday, March 20 for less in celebration of St. Patrick's Day.
Rosies, 12-16 Northgate St, Chester CH1 2HA
St. Patrick's Day party from 10pm
£2 drinks and two for one cocktails all night
Barlounge, 75 Watergate St, Chester CH1 2LB
Bar Lounge are going all out this St Patrick’s Day to put on one of the biggest celebrations this side of the Irish Sea.
Think lush Jameson’s cocktails, an outdoor Guinness pump and team members decked in their finest emerald green and you’ll get the idea.
Top local DJ ‘Irish Dave’ will be belting out the tunes from 7pm and you can soak up the copious amounts of Guinness with their special Steak and Guinness Pie served with traditional Colcannon Mash for just £10.
Marlborough Arms, 3 St John St, Chester, CH1 1DA
Expect a busy day at the Marlborough where the Guinness and whiskey will be flowing.
The pub will be dressed up for the occasion and will be open until 4am.
Alexander's, Rufus Court, Chester CH1 2JW
Enjoy an alternative St Patrick's Day at Alexander's with Manchester's ferocious folk foursome 4Square.
Doors open at 8pm and the band start at 9pm.
The Cross Keys, 2 Duke Street, Chester, CH1 1RP
From 8pm there will be fancy dress, bar snacks and great ale.
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