Maybe you aren't as Irish as St. Patrick himself (who was kidnapped and sent to Ireland as a slave, escaped in 409 and returned to Ireland in 432, believing he had been called upon to spread the word of God) but on March 17, everyone's a little Irish.
So, check out these St. Patrick's Day options in Cartersville and beyond:
First, check out and partying on St. Paddy's Day, which include 2nd Half Sports Pub & Grill, Cafe' SOL Sports Bar and Billiards and Tom's Place.
Cartersville Patch Readers' Choice for the best place in town to celebrate the holiday: The City Cellar and Loft.
Other Cartersville restaurants that usually offer St. Patrick's Day specials include Knight's 1889, Appalachian Grill and Ate Track, The Steak House and Moore's Gourmet Market.
Jefferson's, Ate Track and The Steak House are likely best bets for green beer and Irish drinks.
Patch's Readers' Choice for the best places to have some Irish fun beyond Cartersville include Irish pubs, such as Marietta's Johnnie MacCracken’s Celtic Pub and Roswell's Harp Irish Pub, and restaurants, such as Woodstock's Donovan’s Irish Cobbler and Dallas' Beef 'O' Brady's.
What did we miss? What are your St. Patrick's Day plans? Tell us in the comments and click "Upload Photos and Videos" to share event flyers and your St. Paddy's photos and videos.
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