St Patrick’s Day dinner at the Beach House Marbella

Craic Agus Ceol in the Costa Blanca
St Patrick’s Day icons

MARCH 17 is St Patrick’s Day and the Patron Saint of Ireland who brought Christianity to the Emerald Isle and supposedly banished all of Satan’s children (snakes) is remembered in bars and restaurants around the world.

The renowned Beach House in Marbella is offering a very special celebration four course dinner with a welcome amuse bouche whilst the entire evening has an Irish flavour running through it and costs  just €39.95 plus IVA including musical entertainment from the legendary Good Old Boys.

It won’t just be Irish eyes that are smiling on March 17 at the Beach House as the combination of tasty food, good stout, lively music and fun craic (Irish banter), as  all who make to journey to this little piece of Ireland transported to Elviria, Marbella for the night are sure to have a great time.


Reservations are essential and may be made by visiting or calling 952 839 458.



  1. The photo shows a four leafed clover but the symbol of Ireland is the shamrock, which has three leaves. It supposedly comes from when St Patrick in his work to convert us from pagans to Christians and he used the shamrock with its three leaves to explain the three persons in God, the father, son and holy spirit. That’s the legend anyway. From spreading Christianity throughout Europe in the dark ages, we have now gone to spreading Irish pubs all over the globe. From Christianity to Irish pubs. We must be some of the greatest salespeople in the world 🙂 Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh!


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