Some of our fave guys with Irish heritage will be returning to Father Paddy’s in Woodland California. The Young Dubliners.
All the ticket details are here!
“YOLO COUNTY’S MOST AUTHENTIC IRISH BAR EXPERIENCE” Our primary goal is to provide a true experience that fits most people’s idea of what an Irish pub should be like, but is also so genuine that true Irishmen can walk inside and feel like they are back home in Ireland. We feature live music, a menu comprised of classic “Pub” fare, the decor of a historic bank building, and classic pub signage. Father Paddy’s Local Irish Public House is dedicated to providing our patrons with the hospitality, service, and ambiance found throughout Ireland.
You can find Father Paddy’s on the corner of College and Marvelous Main Street
Father Paddy’s Irish Public House is a locally owned and operated restaurant and bar offering a unique menu of Irish-American Cuisine. We serve specialty cocktails with a large selection of Irish whiskeys on hand. Father Paddy’s has many craft bottled beers to choose from and 16 different beers on tap. We serve fare like bangers and mash, Irish bacon and corned beef and cabbage sliders. Father Paddy’s Local Irish Pub is located in the Historic Downtown District in a building that used to be a bank, with the bank vault repurposed into a one-of-a-kind “Whiskey Vault.” Yes, a whiskey vault. It’s so special that you have to see it and experience it.
Executive Chef Justin Severson is a local boy turned kitchen master at an early age. He began his career at the young age of 16 at Gorman’s in Yolo. By age 19 he began working in such famed establishments as Morrison’s Upstairs, Paragary’s Bar & Grill, Zinfandel Grill, Slocum House, City Treasure, Tazzina Bistro, The Nest at Wild Wings Golf Course, and Road Trip. And now Father Paddy’s is blessed to have him at the helm in our kitchen. Chef Justin’s passion for fresh, honest food sourced locally drives him, and his expertise elicits joy and satisfaction in our customers.
Marta Cazares reviewed Father Paddy’s Public House
Excellent way to celebrate St. Patricks Day. Great music by One Eyed Reilly. And while it was super busy the bartenders were always super sweet and not too stressed to crack a smile. I loved the raffle ticket idea for buying food and drink, just wish there had been a sign outside to tell us about it as my friend and I walked right by the table since it was so crowded and did not see it.
reviewed Father Paddy’s Public House — 5 star January 16
Yes! I’m a new fan! Love the ambiance of this historic bank reborn as a fabulous public house. Feels like home. New friends and old. Enjoyed a whiskey education course with Father Paddy himself inside the Whiskey Vault. A gleam in his eyes I’m thinking there’s a little leprechaun inside. A little Irish music – impromptu jam session — house fish and chips. I’m a happy camper and I will be back sooner than later.
Pamela Mayfield reviewed Father Paddy’s Public House — 5 star
March 18 at 8:20pm ·
What to tell… If you haven’t been here then you are missing out! The owner, Pat, is always there with a smiling face to talk to you and greet you and the employees really make this place special! The atmosphere is awesome! The food is out of this world! And it is a must for you to try the Irish soda bread and the desserts, which are hand made by the owners daughter, and are amazing! And the prices are very reasonable! Thank you Pat for bringing such a special place to Woodland for us to enjoy! Five star all the way!Pamela Mayfield reviewed Father Paddy’s Public House
Colby Franklin reviewed Father Paddy’s Public House — 5 star
July 8 at 8:16pm ·
Rotating beer selection is awesome. The whiskey vault is amazing. Food is on point. The staff are wonderful. And when there’s live music, the place absolutely comes alive. It’s really the only reason to travel to WoodlandColby Franklin reviewed Father Paddy’s
Roxanne Bowdoin reviewed Father Paddy’s Public House — 5 star
July 8 at 3:44pm ·
Food is amazing had the breakfast special eggs Benedict with Irish bacon
Sooo good � I highly recommend itRoxanne Bowdoin reviewed Father Paddy’s Public House