St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most celebrated holidays of the year, and with it comes lots of corned beef and cabbage washed down with green beer or Irish whiskey, weekend-long parades and festivals—and tons of green apparel. If you’re looking to join in on the festivities, you’re in luck. Here are some of the best places to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Great Horror Movie Night Presents: Leprechaun

If you’re a fan of the Leprechaun horror film series, then this St. Patty’s Day gathering is for you. Griffith Park’s abandoned Old Zoo will have you shaking in your shamrocks with its lively display of fright-filled entertainment. On Friday, March 17, prepare to be spooked into oblivion with horrifying monsters wreaking havoc on the grounds and live pre-show entertainment and games. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $17 online and $24 at the door. Purchase tickets here.

The Tam O’Shanter

This historic restaurant is one of the oldest in L.A., and also one of the most festive for St. Patty’s Day.  On March 17, the eatery will begin a day-long celebration that includes a party tent with live music, traditional Irish fare, and enough beer and whiskey to last well into the night. The festivities begin at 10:30 a.m. and continue until the last patron calls it quits and heads home.

St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl and Block Party

Join the crowd of St. Patrick’s Day partygoers as they flood the streets of Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles with green. On Friday, March 17, patrons are invited to party hard with welcome shots and drink specials from over 10 participating venues in each neighborhood, followed by a night of dancing at St. Felix Bar and the Powder Room. Check in between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. Purchase tickets here.

Shamrock ‘N’ Roll on The Queen Mary

It’s all aboard The Queen Mary for a rockin’ party on Saturday, March 18, where an epic lineup of bands—which include the likes of California Celts, Hoist the Colors, Craic Haus and more—and ever-flowing pints will keep you thoroughly entertained. Tickets start at $15 online and $20 at the door. Guests must be 18 and over. Learn more and get tickets here.