Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

Casa Calavera's serving must-try Shamrock Shooters and Irish Maid cocktails

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this year with Irish pop-ups and Guinness and Baileys cocktails, as well as dining specials from a variety of trendy restaurants. We’re giving you all the details you’ll need to celebrate the holiday with Virgin Hotels. From 24 Oxford’s transformation into an Irish Pub to traditional beef brisket dinner at One Steakhouse, here are all the Irish-themed happenings at Virgin Hotels.

Toast To Good Luck

24 Oxford, an intimate entertainment venue, will transform into an Irish Pub from March 12-17.  They will feature Irish-themed entertainment and drink specials crafted with Guinness, Smithwick’s Irish Ale and Harp & Kilkenny Irish Crème.

The pub hours will vary. The Irish festivities will be on March 12 and March 13 from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., March 14 through March 16 from 5 p.m. until midnight and on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 from noon to midnight.

Another cool place to kickback with friends for the holiday is The Shag Room. On March 13 and March 17, they will be hosting St. Practice Day presented by Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskeys, which is a tasting event featuring live performances. The Wobblers, an eight-piece New Orleans soul band, are performing on St. Patrick’s Day from 8 p.m. until midnight.

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Strike A Pot O’ Gold With These Dining Specials

Before downing a tall glass of Guinness, grab a bite to eat at one of their mouthwatering restaurants.

Mix things up by eating tasty Mexican cuisine at Casa Calavera, which will be serving some special dishes like corned beef empanadas, torta corned beef and churros verde. Pair that with a Shamrock Shooter—Jameson Irish whiskey, Irish cream and melon liqueur. Or sip on their festive cocktail the Irish Maid—Jameson Irish Whiskey, cucumber, lemon juice, simple syrup and St. Germain elderflower syrup. These snacks and drinks will only be available on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17. Don’t sleep on these specials.

For an elevated take on a traditional Irish dish, One Steakhouse is serving an Irish Dinner special. Dig into a plate of beef brisket served with potatoes. Sip on their Get Lucky cocktail, a mixed drink made with Jameson Irish Whiskey, Domaine De Canton ginger liqueur, fresh lemon juice topped with candied ginger. They will be serving the specials from March 17 until March 20.

Courtesy of One Steakhouse

Looking for something more casual? The Kitchen at Commons Club is also celebrating St. Patty’s Day with a holiday menu. All day on March 17, feast on the corned beef hash skillet, a generous helping of eggs, potatoes, cabbage and onion. For dessert, they are serving an Irish car bomb chocolate cake—Guinness chocolate cake, Baileys ice cream with Jameson caramel sauce drizzled on top.

Courtesy of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

May The Luck Of The Irish Be With You

Regardless of which restaurant you choose to celebrate at for the holiday, we wish you all the luck in the world. And remember—do not forgo wearing green. It might just save you from getting in a pinch.

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is located at 4455 Paradise Road.

For on the Strip celebrations, read Luck of Las Vegas: The Best St. Patrick’s Day Events on the Strip 2022.

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