With St Patrick's Day fast approaching, revellers all across Paisley will be looking for a fantastic pub or bar to celebrate the occasion.

Luckily, the town is home to plenty of places for you to let your hair down and enjoy a cheeky Guinness.

If you're looking for somewhere to go on Sunday, March 17, look no further.

*Drivers should not continue driving after consuming any alcohol - it is also advised that drivers avoid drinking the night before driving*

The best pubs and bars in Paisley you can visit this St Patrick's Day

Here are the best pubs and bars you can visit in Paisley, according to users on Google Reviews.

Bull Inn

Location: 7 New St, Paisley PA1 1XU

Rating: 4.6/5 out of 709 reviews

One reviewer said: "Great staff, good selection of drinks and incredibly reasonable prices."

Old Swan Inn

Location: 20 Smithhills Street, Paisley

Rating: 4.5/5 out of 615 reviews

One reviewer said: "Had a great afternoon here. The band was outstanding. Staff worked very well together and were very efficient. Great day!"

The Cave

Location: 38 New St, Paisley PA1 1YB

Rating: 4.5/5 out of 141 reviews

One reviewer said: "Great music pub in New St Paisley. Warm, friendly atmosphere created by Jen and her staff. Guaranteed a good listening experience."


Location: 33 Gauze St, Paisley PA1 1EX

Rating: 4.2/5 out od 976 reviews

One reviewer said: "Love this place! Had a wonderful time in here last weekend. Music was great and bar staff were so polite and friendly. Will definitely be back to enjoy the atmosphere again."

The Craig Dhu

Location: 4 Calside, Paisley PA2 6DA

Rating: 4.2/5 out of 555 reviews

One reviewer said: "Lovely wee pub with really friendly staff. Dinner nice, quick service and a fab quiz night too."

When is St Patrick's Day and why do we celebrate it?

St Patrick's Day takes place on March 17 and celebrates Ireland's patron saint and the arrival of Christianity to the island.

Nowadays, the date is an excuse to celebrate Irish culture while dressing up and enjoying a few drinks surrounded by good company.

Across the world, revellers take part in parades with the biggest of these being located in places with large Irish diasporas like New York in the United States of America.