Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Food, Beverages and Entertainment in Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort

Erin go Bragh! … and time to celebrate. Of course, Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort is a place to celebrate with family and friends any day of the year, but St. Patrick’s Day is Friday, March 17, and every St. Patrick’s Day brings with it a few special ways to celebrate in the District.

In fact, several Downtown Disney District locations are already in the “wearin’ of the green” spirit – not to mention the drinkin’ and eatin’ of the green. You can follow the rainbow into Sprinkles for Irish Chocolate cupcakes made with Bailey’s Irish Cream, or Green Velvet cupcakes (Sprinkles iconic Red Velvet cupcakes with a green hue), all available through March 31.

Over at Marceline’s Confectionery, there’s a St. Patrick’s Day specialty apple – mouse ears under a leprechaun hat plus green shorts with Mickey’s signature buttons – available through Saturday, March 18.

On Friday, Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen offers the traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal of corned beef and cabbage and, if you’re in the mood, a “Pot o’ Gold” concoction of Jameson Irish Whiskey with some secret lucky charms guaranteed to line your pockets with gold.

Jamba Juice makes it easy to get a double dose of green goodness with a special offer – buy one smoothie, get another FREE – Thursday, March 15, through Sunday, March 19. Options include Apple ‘N Greens, Greens ‘N Ginger, Amazing Greens or Matcha Green Tea Blast.

Or, if your taste in green potables runs more to beer, ESPN Zone offers you your choice (any pale beer can be made green) on Friday. Also green on the Zone menu: new grass-fed burgers.

After-dark entertainment for St. Patrick’s Day on the Downtown Disney District stage will be Sligo Rags – Celtic Bluegrass Fusion for All Humanity! As you can see, the Luck of the Irish is all over Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort this week.


  • For Jamba Juice buy one smoothie, get another FREE.
    FYI March 15 is Today Wed.

    Thursday is March 16.

  • Any other little things inside Disneyland Park? That day is actually my child’s birthday, and we will be there sometime after school with grandma. I’m aware of the celebrations for Pirate’s anniversary, but just curious about little cookies or other desserts inside the park? We are really only going to have some dinner, maybe a ride or two (since we know the park will be packed) and the Main Street Electrical Parade. It would be nice just to get her a small surprise while there. Thank you!

  • D Cabrera — I find that with any holiday or seasonal celebration at Disneyland Resort, there are usually more theme-specific treats than what they can actually list here in the assorted blogs. I think they just try to hit the highlights here, but they can’t always list everything.

    There are usually themed cupcakes (in other words, non-Sprinkles cupcakes) and cookies, maybe some green cake pops, candy and other goodies available in the bake shops and candy shops in both parks, and in Marceline’s in Downtown Disney.

    St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t quite seem to yield the same bounty o’ treats as, for example, the Holidays or Halloween Time, but there are probably a few more themed snacks than what is listed above.

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