More than a holiday event, St. Patrick’s Day in Seal Beach is a community celebration! In step with tradition, we’ll have plenty of food, green beer, and amazing cocktails.
The Hangout offers a great selection of standard and craft beers on tap.
Saint Patrick's Day on Main Street offers many bars and restaurants. Start at the top and work your way down to us!
Our restaurant bar has the best waterfront views with New American Food. Generous portions, vast variety, and great service is what we’re about.
Seal Beach Main Street is recognized as one of the best pub crawls. It achieved an award by OC Weekly for Best Street for a Pub Crawl in Orange County. It has also been selected by CBS Los Angeles as a must do.
Don't miss one of the best Saint Patrick's Day celebrations in Orange County, CA.
NOTE: The Seal Beach Lion's Club offers a safe ride program for a donation. Remember: Keep it happy and safe!
Seal Beach Saint Patrick's Day Parking
Park in the beach lots.
Cost is $3.00 for 2 hours
$6.00 until 10 PM
FREE for Disabled placards/license plates
(3) Three beach parking lots (1st St., 8th St. and 10th St.). Each lot has two pay stations. PAY IN ADVANCE to park.
Receipt must be visibly displayed on your dashboard.
If you park over the white line and another vehicle can't park adjacently YOU WILL BE CITED.
The Hangout Seal Beach
Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day with us.
The Hangout Restaurant & Beach Bar
901 Ocean Avenue
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Tel: (562) 431-4888
Hours: 7:00 am to 12:00 am Daily
About St. Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick’s day celebrates the life of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. An annual celebration, the day commemorates Irish culture and also marks Ireland's conversion to Christianity. According to historians, it is said that St. Patrick used the shamrock to explain the holy trinity to pagans.
Holiday celebrations entail parades, festivals, eating, and drinking. The attire consists of the wearing of green clothing and shamrocks.
St. Patrick’s Day also consists of telling jokes. The oldest public parade is in South Boston, Massachusetts. Saint Patrick’s Day is held on March 17th each year although it's not a federal holiday in the United States.