St Patrick’s Day is a great occasion to celebrate!
For this reason, we are pleased to wish every Paddys, Patrick, Patricia or Patrice a very Happy St Patrick’s Day.
St Patrick’s Day : an Irish tradition
St Patrick’s Day is a Christian commemoration party, celebrated in Ireland of course, but also everywhere else around the world.
Patrick was a 5th-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. Much of what is known about Saint Patrick comes from the Declaration, which was allegedly written by Patrick himself. It is believed that he was born in Roman Britain in the fourth century, into a wealthy Romano-British family. His father was a deacon and his grandfather was a priest in the Christian church. According to the Declaration, at the age of sixteen, he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and taken as a slave to Gaelic Ireland. It says that he spent six years there working as a shepherd and that during this time he “found God”. The Declaration says that God told Patrick to flee to the coast, where a ship would be waiting to take him home. After making his way home, Patrick went on to become a priest.”
Since 1903, St Patrick’s Day is a public holiday in Ireland, but it is not the national holiday.
Overall, St Patrick’s Day is the occasion to enjoy diversified entertainments in a festive atmosphere.
It is also the occasion to consume, often without moderation, a great quantity of beer.
Every year, this celebration makes Ireland’s heart sing.
However, if you haven’t got the chance of being in Dublin, Cork, Belfast or elsewhere on this beautiful Celtic land, you will still be able to find a spot that is respectable (or not) to fittingly celebrate St Patrick’s Day.
Generally, Irish Pubs are some of the best places to meet around a pint.
Unfortunately, Saint patrick’s day will not take place during the opening period!
But don’t worry, at La Yole we do things well… We celebrate Saint Patrick’s day beyond March 17th.
This year, the pub turns into a night bar… Who said there was not a disco at La Yole ? Between live bands and DJ set, you don’t have finished to set fire to the dancefloor !
So, go to the O’Pub to live some incredible moments as you were at the heart of Saint Patrick’s day !
Did you know ?
Organic beer exists!
Without additives or preservatives. “Alarik” beers (lien vers site alarik) are produced without the addition of CO2, by top fermentation. These craft beers are red hot in the country of head!
Organic beer is made in the same way as a classic beer, but is brewed with organic raw materials. Come taste them at La Yole, there’s one for everyone taste!
*: Alcohol abuse and dangerous for health, consume in moderation.