Toronto welcomes The Road to Dublin pop-up bar just in time for St. Patrick’s Day

Toronto is gearing up for St. Patrick’s Day with The Road to Dublin, a pop-up bar experience back for its second year. This event is set to immerse Toronto’s beer-loving crowd in the flavours and history of Ireland, making it a must-visit for anyone seeking festive fun.

Hailing from Vancouver, The Road to Dublin is now at Toronto’s Walrus Pub & Beer Hall.  In collaboration with Freehouse Collective, this event gives guests a unique experience, transporting them to the historic Jameson Distillery Bow Street, where John Jameson introduced his iconic whiskey in 1780.

Until March 17th, The Beerhall at Walrus has been transformed to capture the authentic vibe of a Dublin pub. It’s not just about the look – it’s about enjoying the tastes, music, and camaraderie that make St. Patrick’s Day special.

The menu offers classic drinks like the Jameson Mule and Bow St. Boulevardier, paired with tasty snacks like lamb sliders, and an Irish favourite —  corned beef and cabbage.

And that’s not all! Live music will fill the air, creating the perfect atmosphere for a night of fun. For those interested in learning more about Irish spirits, there will be tastings and cocktail-making seminars led by experienced experts who are excited to share their knowledge.

And of course, what’s a celebration without prizes? Every purchase of a Jameson drink, Guinness, or select food item comes with a scratch card, offering instant rewards. From food and drink vouchers to sought-after gift cards, there’s something for everyone. But the grand prize? One lucky winner will enjoy a VIP Jameson experience and two nights’ accommodation for two in Dublin, allowing them to explore the city’s iconic landmarks and hidden gems.

So, grab your greenest attire and get ready to toast to a fantastic time ahead! Sláinte!

The Walrus Pub & Beer Hall is located at 187 Bay St.

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