St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl Tomorrow

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SCHEDULES ARE HERE. SCHEDULE/REGISTRATION WILL DIFFER DEPENDING WHAT TEAM YOU’RE ON

This year Crawl In Boston will be joining our friends at Tenon Tours for their 2011 St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl. Tenon Tours throws the premier St. Patty’s Day Crawl in New England and we’re super excited for their 3rd annual event.

You and thousands of your closest friends will meet up to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 12th, 2011. We’ve teamed up with the area’s best Irish pubs to bring you an event that has been ranked as one of the Top 10 things to do in Boston for St. Patrick’s Day by Boston.com.

Date: Saturday, March 12th, 2011

Time: 12pm – 12am

Registration: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Schedule: TBA

As in years past, we’ll have two “teams” during the crawl. This year, we’re going to have 10-20 pubs with each team representing a different pub, so sign up early to ensure you’re on your favorite pub team! Team capacity is limited.

Past pubs have included: Ned Devine’s, The Harp, Kitty O’Shea’s, McFadden’s, Jose McIntyre’s, Dooley’s, An Tain, Trinity, Black Rose, The Purple Shamrock, Hennessy’s, Paddy O’s, Clark’s, and more!

Bostonians sure know how to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. You will certainly want to get in on this event. It only costs $25 (which pretty much saves you from the cover charges and lines alone). But you get so much more…

Price Includes:

Hotel Offer:

Omni Parker HouseWe’ve teamed up with the historic Omni Parker House to offer a special 25% off weekend rate of just $129 per night (+ applicable taxes), exclusively for Pub Challenge participants. Click Here to take advantage of this limited time offer!

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