Facts to know about Pub Crawl 2015
This year St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Tuesday, leaving many Port Huron residents to celebrate the holiday on Saturday, March 14 in the form of Pub Crawl.
Pub Crawl is an annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration that features a party bus that takes patrons from bar to bar to get their drink on. The event starts at 1 p.m. after the annual St. Patty’s Day parade on Main Street in downtown Port Huron.
Party bus wristbands are sold for $10 in advance and $15 on the day of Pub Crawl, according to bluewater.org.
For those who wish to participate in Pub Crawl, but for alcohol related reasons cannot drive home after the event, Mainstreet Lodge and Suites located at 514 Huron Ave. will be offering special rates for their rooms; $79.99 for a double bed or a single king or queen, $89.99 for a Jacuzzi suite, and $99.99 for a family suite.
Want to celebrate the event but not interested in the party bus? Just join in at the following Pub Crawl locations:
-Casey’s Pizza and Subs
-Fuel Woodfire Grill
-Huron Athletic Club
-Lynches Irish Tavern
-McMorran Place heated beer tent
-Military Street Music Café
-Rix on the Rocks
While they are not on the list for Pub Crawl locations, Thumbcoast Brewing Company on Quay Street will be having a St. Patty’s day celebration of their own called the Pub “Stand” Party. The Thumbcoast party features a tap release of a new beer called Dubghaill’s Irish Stout, which will be served on nitro, as well as live music with Celtic Cross. Thumbcoast will also have St. Patrick’s Day dinner specials including but not limited to Rabbit Stew, Shepherd’s Pie, and Scotch Eggs.
For advance tickets to the party bus, go to any participating businesses, the Blue Water Area Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Mainstreet Port Huron office.
To reserve a special rate room for Pub Crawl at Mainstreet Lodge and Suites, call (810) 824-4042.