St. Paddy’s Day in Boise is More Fun Than Anywhere Else
St. Paddy's Day in Boise is more fun than anywhere else in the country, right? Right. At least that's what a new study says. You know, there's a saying that goes...
"Give an Idahoan a fish and they’ll eat for a day, teach an Idahoan to fish and they’ll sit in a boat and drink beer all day." The point is… Idahoans really like beer.
Thus, we’re clearly going to be VERY good at celebrating St. Paddy’s Day, some may even say we're THE BEST place for celebrating.
According to VacationRenter, a company that helps people find their perfect rentals faster and easier, Boise is a city best-known for our St. Paddy’s Day celebrations.
As far as where to stay and what to do, they said in their article, “Like most other cities, Boise’s downtown has the most options for St. Patrick’s Day travelers."
"As the most walkable part of the city, you won’t have to worry about designated drivers if you partake in some adult beverages.”
Every year Boise has tons of St. Paddy’s Day celebrations for anyone and everyone – everything from learning more about the holiday and its relation to Idaho at the Idaho Museum, to family fun runs and charity activities, to partying, dancing, and bar crawls for the adults.
Most popular, at least that I can find, is Butte in Boise’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration where there is a bunch of food, Irish music, and dancing.
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