It's time to dig out your green garments and shamrock jewelry.

St. Patrick’s Day is approaching, and there are plenty of ways to channel the luck of the Irish in New York City leading up to March 17.

This year, the holiday falls on a Friday, which means more of a reason to get out and celebrate with a drink, authentic eats and more.

Here are some ways to channel the luck of the Irish in the city

Corned beef and more at Fishbowl

Head to Dream Midtown's Fishbowl, which is offering
Head to Dream Midtown's Fishbowl, which is offering a $12 corned beef Ruben sandwich. Going out in a group? Pair your meal with the shareable Shamrock Punch, a boozy cocktail that serves eight. (210 W. 55th St., Manhattan, opens at noon, fishbowlnyc.com) (Credit: FISHBOWL at Dream)

'Rock the Yacht' for St. Patrick's Day

Celebrate the holiday with a night out on
Celebrate the holiday with a night out on a St. Patrick's Day-themed cruise. Enjoy views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge and more while enjoying a variety of beer, wine and Irish whisky. The cruise departs from Pier 15 at South Street Seaport. (78 South St., Manhattan, 9 p.m. to midnight, $32 to $90, hornblowernewyork.com) (Credit: Hornblower)

Bar food with an Irish twist at Professor Thom's

This East Village sports bar is offering an
This East Village sports bar is offering an "Irish Special" for the holiday. For $15, patrons can enjoy a pint of Guinness and a choice of a corned beef and cabbage quesadilla, Irish tacos or lettuce wraps. Plus, head to the bar between noon and 5 p.m. for two-for-one Jameson shots. (219 Second Ave., Manhattan, 11 to 4 a.m., professorthoms.com) (Credit: Professor Thom's )

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Corned beef and cabbage at Boulton & Watt

Head to Alphabet City for an Ireland-approved meal.
Head to Alphabet City for an Ireland-approved meal. Boulton & Watt will be serving up the traditional corned beef and cabbage dish ($17), as well as plenty of craft beer options for the holiday. (5 Avenue A, noon to 2 a.m., boultonandwattnyc.com) (Credit: Boulton & Watt)

Kegs & Eggs at SideBAR

Head to this Union Square bar for its
Head to this Union Square bar for its sixth-annual Kegs & Eggs St. Patrick's celebration, featuring all-green eats, from pancakes to bagels to Lucky Charms. Enjoy unlimited green Bud Light drafts during your holiday meal. (118 E. 15th St., Manhattan, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., $60, $24 with promo code "LUCKYU," nightout.com) (Credit: SideBAR)

Drink specials at Printers Alley

Green beer will be aplenty at Southern eatery
Green beer will be aplenty at Southern eatery Printers Alley. Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with $4 green tap beers, $4 Jameson shots, $7 frozen drinks and more holiday deals. (215 W. 40th St., Manhattan, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., printersalleynyc.com) (Credit: D. Brandwein )

Complimentary Irish coffee at The VNYL

Nothing like a free coffee -- especially when
Nothing like a free coffee -- especially when it's spiked with Jameson whisky. Head to downtown Manhattan's The VNYL on St. Patrick's Day to enjoy a complimentary Irish coffee. (100 Third Ave., Manhattan, 5 to 8 p.m., thevnyl.com) (Credit: Samantha Wieder)

Irish whiskey and scotch flights at Copper & Oak

Not in it for the green beer? Try
Not in it for the green beer? Try something a bit stronger for St. Patrick's Day at Lower East Side's Copper & Oak. The bar will be offering two whiskey flights, featuring one scotch variety, for the holiday, running between $18 to $24 for three, one-ounce tastings. Or, try both flights for $36. (157 Allen St., Manhattan, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m., copperandoak.com)

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Irish music at Park Avenue Tavern

Park Avenue Tavern is celebrating St. Patrick's Day
Park Avenue Tavern is celebrating St. Patrick's Day with plenty of cold beer and a live Irish band. A DJ will take over music duty to keep the party going all night. (99 Park Ave., Manhattan, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., parkavenuetavern.com) (Credit: Park Avenue Tavern)

Green beer and burgers at Bill’s Bar & Burger

Pair a pint of $5 draft Guinness or
Pair a pint of $5 draft Guinness or green beer with mini burgers (also $5) all day at Bill's Bar & Burger's Meatpacking location. These deals, including half-off draft beers, $5 house wines and half-off all appetizers, will also be available from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Rockefeller Center and downtown locations. (16 W. 51st St., 22 Ninth Ave. and 85 West St., Manhattan, 11 a.m. to midnight, billsbarandburger.com) (Credit: Bill’s Bar & Burger)

St. Patrick's Day specials at Warren77

Sports bar Warren77 is celebrating the holiday with
Sports bar Warren77 is celebrating the holiday with food and drink specials all day on March 17. Enjoy a patty melt with fried green tomatoes and a pint of green beer for $15, or a Molly Malone shot special -- that's made with whiskey, peach liqueur and lemon juice -- for $3. (77 Warren St., Manhattan, 11:30 to 1 a.m., warren77nyc.com) (Credit: Paul Wagtouicz)

St. Patrick's Day happy hour

Nothing says St. Patrick's Day quite like a
Nothing says St. Patrick's Day quite like a pint of green beer. Head to Lower East Side spot Loreley Beer Garden for an all-day holiday celebration, and happy hour from 6 to 8 p.m. Enjoy $2 off all beer and wine, $14 liter steins, $6 Guinness and green beer, and more. (7 Rivington St., Manhattan, noon to 2 a.m., free admission, loreleynyc.com) (Credit: iStock)

Irish brews at Treadwell Park

Treadwell Park is bringing Irish cuisine to the
Treadwell Park is bringing Irish cuisine to the Upper East Side for the holiday. The beer hall will have Irish draft beers available from The Porterhouse Brewing Company, as well as a corned beef sandwich on the menu for St. Patrick's Day. (1125 First Ave., 11-2 a.m.,treadwellpark.com) (Credit: Treadwell Park)

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St. Patrick's Day weekend

Astoria's notable beer garden, Bohemian Hall, is celebrating
Astoria's notable beer garden, Bohemian Hall, is celebrating St. Patrick's Day all weekend long, with drink specials lasting through Sunday, March 19. Pair a pint with specialty Irish eats for the holiday, including shepherd's pie, corned beef and cabbage and more. (29-19 24th Ave., 5 p.m.-midnight, facebook.com/events) (Credit: Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden )

St. Patrick's Day packages at One World Observatory

Celebrate Irish history 1,250 feet up with specialty
Celebrate Irish history 1,250 feet up with specialty packages to One World Observatory for the holiday. Packages range from skipping the line and receiving a complimentary pin with "Irish Pride" to a private tour and a pint via "Passport to Ireland." (285 Fulton St., Manhattan, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., $34 to $75, oneworldobservatory.com/irishnyc) (Credit: One World Observatory )

Whiskey Wars Factory Tour

The 19th-century
The 19th-century "whiskey wars" began when Marines from the Brooklyn Navy Yard cracked down on illegal whiskey distilling in the city. Explore the city's moonshine past, as well as the industry's resurgence today, on this tour and whiskey tasting with Kings County Distillery, located in the Navy Yard. BLDG 92, 63 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn, 4:30-6 p.m., $15, bldg92.org (Credit: BLDG 92 via Facebook)

U2 tribute at Cafe Wha?

Village hangout Cafe Wha? is celebrating Irish rockers
Village hangout Cafe Wha? is celebrating Irish rockers U2 with a tribute to the band on St. Patrick's Day. Performers including Colin Smith and Amadou Gaye will take the stage to perform hits from albums "The Joshua Tree," "How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb" and more. (115 MacDougal St., Manhattan, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m., $15, cafewha.com/event) (Credit: Getty Images / Samir Hussein)

St. Patrick's Day Parade

Don your green and four-leaf clover accessories for
Don your green and four-leaf clover accessories for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. The famed attraction is also considered the largest and oldest St. Patrick's Day parade in the world, so grab your spot early. Fifth Avenue from 44th to 79th streets, Manhattan, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., free, nycstpatricksparade.org (Credit: Getty Images / Spencer Platt )

'St. Paddy's Day Pub Crawl'

If you're looking to get your drink on
If you're looking to get your drink on St. Patrick's Day weekend, this pub crawl will do the trick. Village Pourhouse is hosting a three-day pub crawl, with the festivities starting in the Third Avenue bar. Enjoy drink specials including $4 draft beers, $5 bottles and $6 well drinks and shots. Pick up your wristband and a map to venues that will get you deals for the extended take on the holiday. (March 16-18, 64 Third Ave., Manhattan, 7 p.m.-4 a.m., facebook.com/events) (Credit: Village Pourhouse via Facebook)

Live music at The Bitter End

Looking for less of a wild crowd on
Looking for less of a wild crowd on St. Patrick's Day? Head inside for some music at Greenwich Village's The Bitter End. The venue is hosting local garage-pop band Amoeba Earhart and alt-rock band Swear To Me. (147 Bleecker St., Manhattan, 7 p.m., $10, facebook.com/events) (Credit: Getty Images / Astrid Stawiarz)

'Laugh of the Irish'

Head to Queens for some St. Patrick's Day-themed
Head to Queens for some St. Patrick's Day-themed comedy. Q.E.D.: A Place to Show & Tell is hosting an all-Irish stand-up lineup for the holiday. Katie Boyle will serve as host, and bring up comedians including Erin Lynn O'Connor, Kevin Michael Smith and more. (27-16 23rd Ave., $8, 9:30 p.m., qedastoria.com) (Credit: Q.E.D.)

Sober St. Patrick's Day NYC Party

Want to avoid the Guinness and Jameson on
Want to avoid the Guinness and Jameson on St. Patrick's Day? Join The New York Irish Center for an evening of music, including tunes by singer Donie Carroll (pictured), snacks, baked goods and non-alcoholic drinks, of course. St. Patrick's Youth Center, 268 Mulberry St., Manhattan, 4-7 p.m., $10 to $25, eventbrite.com (Credit: Sober St. Patrick's Day NYC)

St. Patrick's Day cruise

Celebrate the holiday with a cruise on the
Celebrate the holiday with a cruise on the Hudson River. Circle Line is offering a three-hour evening cruise, featuring Irish appetizers and beer from Coney Island Brewing. The evening will feature free samples of the brewery's New York Honey Stout, a DJ and some pretty great city views. Ticket prices vary, ranging to include standard entry to one including an open bar. (Pier 83, 42nd Street and West Side Highway, 6:30-9:30 p.m., $49-$89, showclix.com) (Credit: Circle Line)