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Readers Choice Poll: Where's the Best Place to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

Vote for your favorite place to eat or drink on St. Paddy's Day.

Update: By request, we've added Holy Cross Church's annual Knights of Columbus to the poll. If you have a suggestion to add, let us know by Tuesday evening or just add it in the comment section—that will count as a vote as well.

Top o' the mornin' to ya.

St. Patrick's Day revelers catch a break this year as the day lands on a Saturday—this coming Saturday, actually—leaving plenty of time for recovery for those who partake in a wee bit of Guiness or over stuff themselves on corned beef and cabbage.

In honor of the day, we want to know the best place in town to celebrate St. Paddy's Day.

We couldn't begin a list without the city's only Irish pub, , but we've also included other places you can get a corned beef sandwich, a pint of your favorite beer or maybe even a shot of Jameson or Bushmills, so and are also all included. If your favorite isn't on our poll, please feel free to add it in the comment section—just remember, it has to be in Moorpark.

Vote for your favorite spot in our poll below by 9 a.m. Friday. Because this poll is not scientific, the votes will not be the sole consideration in choosing the winner. The winner will be determined by Patch editors, and the selection will be based on poll results, ratings and reviews. Please vote only once per survey.

Kathy Lane March 13, 2012 at 11:26 PM
St Patrick's day is best celebrated at Holy Cross Church, where they serve a great meal and have the best entertainment, including sing-a-longs!
Betty March 14, 2012 at 12:33 AM
The evening is filled with plenty of great food, Irish suds, Irish dancing, Irish singing, mirth and merriment!! Great fun for the whole family. Betty S.
John Broderick March 14, 2012 at 04:57 PM
The Holy Cross St. Pat's Party is the best! I've been driving out from Valencia the past 8 years to attend it and wouldn't miss it for anything. It's a great community get-together even if you aren't Irish.
Tom Pflaumer March 16, 2012 at 04:59 PM
You don’t have to be "Irish" to enjoy this extravaganza, you just need to have "Irish" cheer in your blood, and if you don't it will be there after attending. This is a great time for all ages, dancing, food, beverages, entertainment and an event that you will return too year after year! Tom
Michael Ohler March 16, 2012 at 09:50 PM
Holy Cross Knights of Columbus 10th Annual St. Patrick's Day Bash @ The Cosgrove Hall, looks like a sellout again. Tickets can still be purchased at our Famous Fish Fry tonight. Tickets also will can be bought at the door tomorrow for $2.00 more. So stop by tonight have a great Fish Fry dinner, and pick your tickets up for tomorrow night. As chairman of this Great Irish Event, I hope to see all those again that have been coming to our St. Patrick's Day Celebration year after year. God Bless you all

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