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Williamsburg »

The serial innovators at this Williamsburg pizzeria use a new topping to celebrate the Irish.

Midtown »

Love or hate the holiday, here's where festivities will likely take place.

Union Square »

New York City has celebrated Saint Patrick's Day since March 17, 1762.

Midtown »

The parade had previously barred openly gay groups from participating, saying it politicized the march.

Midtown »

Saturday marked the 252nd year of the city's annual celebration honoring Saint Patrick.

Astoria »

The 'William Lamport' blends tequila, Jameson Irish Whiskey, lime juice and grapefruit syrup.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

A tour on Saturday will shed light on the neighborhood's Irish history.

Manhattan »

Street Chic finds green was the hot color long before the Irish celebration.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

After a raucous St. Patrick's Day, CB6 is considering a ban on organized pub crawls.

Manhattan »

A cab driver reportedly claims that four FDNY officers in dress uniform punched him, spat on him and stole his jacket.

Manhattan »

Manhattan will be brimming with green-garbed revelers for the 250th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade on Thursday.

Manhattan »

College basketball fans turned out in droves to watch the NCAA Tournament at bars across the Village.

Manhattan »

The mayor has been criticized for comments he made about the Irish while at the society last months.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Volunteers from the Irish Arts Center handed out 10,000 free books by Irish authors, starting early Thursday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Animal Fair magazine organized a party Wednesday for dog lovers and their furry friends to benefit the Humane Society.