2022 St. Patrick’s Day Specials in University City

Mar 8, 2022 | Events

Looking for a little luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day? Check out these University City spots for specials and events. 

Ninety’s Milkshake Bar | Seasonal shakes at Ninety’s include a “Lucky Charms” concoction that’ll turn your milk green, a shamrock shake with mint-Oreo ice cream and cookie crumbles, and the four-leaf clover, with vanilla ice cream, vanilla frosting, and topped with gold sprinkles and an extra four leaf clover cookie. 9009 J. M. Keynes Dr., ninetysmilkshakebar.com

Golden Owl Tavern | Head over to the Golden Owl on St. Patty’s Day for a Tap Takeover event featuring Cabarrus Brewing Company. Beers from Cabarrus Brewing will be available all day. From 5-7 p.m., they’ll be handing out lunch boxes and other fun giveaways. 9041 Robert D Snyder Rd., goldenowltavern.com

Pre-St. Patty’s Artist Showcase | “Da Cypher—Charlotte” is a live showcase for independent artists of all musical genres. On March 16, from 9-11 p.m., the Pre-St. Patty’s Day Artist Showcase will be held at Space 212 and aims to create, provide, and expand opportunities for area artists. 7205 N Tryon St. Details here. 

Armored Cow Brewing Co. | On St. Patrick’s Day, Armored Cow Brewing Co. adds a splash of spirit to their “Shake that Axe” light lager. The brewery will turn its go-to brew green for the occasion and will also feature shamrock and Lucky Charm cupcakes. 8821 JW Clay Blvd. Suite 1, armoredcowbrewing.com

Binki Cafe | From March 13-19, Binki Cafe is offering 20 percent off select green drinks, including honeydew milk tea, kiwi green tea, green apple blast, and more. 9211 N. Tryon St., Ste. 5, binkicafe.menufy.com

For more St. Patty’s events in Charlotte, click here

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