(WXYZ) — St. Patrick's Day is Sunday! The music is festive, the food is hearty and the green beer is flowing.
In our Thursday's Top 7, we're counting down the top 7 places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Whether it's a party for adults or a gathering for the whole family, here are the places our 7 Action News viewers say are the best places to go green.
#7 DUGGAN'S IRISH PUB - ROYAL OAK
Number 7 on our list is Duggan's Irish Pub. Now, they sport the green year round, but no doubt on St. Patrick's Day, they ramp it up
#6 BEACON PARK - DETROIT
Beacon Park in Detroit is sixth on our list. It's a great family friendly way to celebrate with free admission and activities.
#5 OLD SHILLELAGH - DETROIT
Old Shillelagh in Detroit is number 5. They set up huge tents to handle all of the St. Patrick's day overflow!
#4 HOUSE OF SHAMROCKS - HAZEL PARK
The House of Shamrocks in Hazel Park is fourth on our list. They also throw a day-long party with giveaways, food and live music! Owner Michael Wilds says, "People like to enjoy the music especially if it's nice out with the patio and all."
#3 DOOLEY'S - ROSEVILLE/ SHELBY
The St. Patrick's Day bash kicks off at 7 a.m. at Dooley's in Roseville. They cracked the top 3. At Dooley's, they celebrate St Patrick's Day on the 17 of every month, so the party really never stops!
#2 THE BLARNEY STONE - BERKLEY
Looking for a great way to spend St. Patrick's Day? The folks at the Blarney Stone in Berkley say pull up to the bar! At the Blarney Stone, St. Patrick's Day is all about a good time, great food and of course - great beer!
#1 ROSIE O'GRADY'S - TWO LOCATIONS
And our 7 Action News viewers voted Rosie O'Grady's the top spot to celebrate all things Irish. Rosie O'Grady's in Chesterfield and Ferndale will have live music and DJs all day and night and a separate room for a family friendly party.
There is really no wrong way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. You can hit a couple of places during to day to keep the party fresh.
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