St. Patrick say’s, “Check out this list of green Venice businesses that do business with locals!” And, here are some parties today as well! VisitVeniceCa January 22, 2015 Family, Food and Drink, Local Businesses, Relaxation, Shopping and Street Fashion Hey there! “Want to have fun on St. Patrick’s day and do business with businesses that are walking the walk in regards to being eco-friendly, ethical and doing business with local Venetians? Well here is a list of local spots that are doing cool things that you should know about.” .. About: Saint Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick (c. AD 385–461), the foremost patron saint of Ireland. The day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish in general. Info above from wikipedia.org . Green Goddess Collective sells organic marijuana! And, has 1/2 priced 1/8ths from 4-5 daily! Barlo at Hotel Erwin sources its menu items from local farms, ranches, breweries and vineyards. This means less eco-footprint and better food. Hama Sushi participates in the Surfrider Ocean Friendly Restaurant program. Ocean Friendly Restaurants’ main goal is to eliminate EPS foam foodware (aka Styrofoam) because it is a top item found at their beach cleanups. Click here to be an Ocean Friendly Restaurant! The Sidewalk Cafe is powered by a bank solar panels on their roof. Simmzy’s has 28 rotating beers on taps. At any given time most, are from California and many are from L.A. This means low mileage in the delivery. The Cow’s End sells Fair Trade Coffee and homemade dog treats from Hungry Dawgs of Dogtown. James Beach and Canal Club use exclusively Mary’s free range chickens. As well, both sell the tequila brand Calvera, owned by Venetian Jim Robb. And, Dog Town Duck beer, made by James Beach bartender John Binder. Tony P’s Dockside grill sells alcohol bought from local entrepreneurs. Jason Moore’s Mama’s Boy Infused Tequila and John Binders’ Dog Town Duck are both featured on the menu and both of these guys are the owners of small Venice businesses. Bruno’s Venice is a great store for dogs and cats. They sell artisan items from local vendors, food made in California and periodically host adoptions. They have tons of locally made items, too many to list them all. But, some of the rad things they carry: hand knit doggy hats made in Venice by Lulu’s hats, Punk in Pyes treats made in Culver City and Healthy Hound Vegan Cookies. Maui and Sons and Jays Rentals sell and rent self propelled vehicles. It does not get much more eco-forward than that! Save some green on yoga and spinning at YAS Fitness Centers! 10 classes for $140. This special is available for 1-day only! Click the link below and scroll to your location to BUY TODAY! http://go2yas.com/studios/locations/ . , And, here is the party list. View flyers below for additional details Thing to do for St. Patrick’s Day is to snap a selfie with the O’Venice Sign and #VeniceSign #VeniceBeach #VeniceBeachFun. Gather your friends and get your complimentary St. Patrick’s Day group photo at Canal Club Venice. Photo booth hosted by Venice Paparazzi photo booth. There will also be green drinks and food specials. Venice Beach Bar has live music, green beer, and St. Patrick’s day specials all day. The Sidewalk Cafe is offering corned beef and cabbage with mashed potatoes and gravy for $14. Cabo Cantina has 99¢ coronitas, and 2 for 1 drinks all night James Beach is having Irish food and drink specials. Additional locations to dine or drink: Barlo Kitchen and Cocktails, High Rooftop Lounge, , The Dudley Market, Hama Sushi, Sunny Spot, Simmzy’s, or Tony P’s Dockside Grill. . Complimentary St. Patrick’s Day photos at Canal Club Venice. 2025 Pacific Ave.