are two days to celebrate the “wearing o’ the green” at Schooner Wharf Bar
while enjoying Black and Tans, green beer and schnapps, and of course, some
great Irish Whiskey.
Enjoy traditional corned beef and cabbage prepared by the Schooner galley.
There is a lot of fun to be had at this popular waterfront pub!
There are two days to celebrate the “wearing o’ the green” at Schooner Wharf
Bar while enjoying Black and Tans, green beer and schnapps, and of course,
some great Irish Whiskey. Enjoy traditional corned beef and cabbage prepared
by the Schooner galley. There is a lot of fun to be had at this popular
On Saturday, March 16, everyone will extend their “Irish” heritage for
the 41st annual St. Patty's Day Bar Stroll, which just like everything else,
always ends up at Schooner Wharf Bar.
The Schooner Wharf stage will be clickin’ their heels all day.
Michael McCloud, along with “Professor” Pete Peterson and Dave Hoffman, will
entertain from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
dance a jig to Charlie Raggs and His Lucky Charms. The trio will
play Irish folk music and sing-alongs with an edge. Multi-instrumental –
featuring traditional mandolin, banjo, bouzouki, double bass, guitar,
bodhran, violin, and fiddle from 2:15-6:15. They mix the best folkish
flavors into an experience served best in whiskey glasses to commemorate
Saint Patrick himself!
New and exciting this year will be a
special performance by the New Haven Emerald Society, a
traditional fire department pipes and drums band making their Key West
debut. A group of 15 firefighters, nine bagpipers and snare drums, playing
traditional Irish songs and bar tunes as a highlight of the Bar Stroll
Last Mangoes, an eclectic and
fun Key West band, will take the stage from 7:00-midnight. Catch classic and
current favorites with an islandy steel drum twist – from reggae to Motown
to rock and funk.
But the party doesn’t stop then. Join us again here on St. Patrick’s Day
(Sunday) for another round of green beer and corned beef and cabbage.
Local entertainers Michael McCloud & Friends are back with amusing wit and
musical talents from noon until 5 p.m. The celebration continues into the
night with the Irish folk sounds of Charlie Raggs and His Lucky Charms from
6:45 – 11:00 p.m. --- guaranteed to “Get your Irish up!”
Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day -- find your lucky charm, friends and
fun at Schooner Wharf Bar!
Get your Irish up! Schooner Wharf Bar is “Going Green,” See you there!!!
For more information, please call (305) 292-3302 or visit