party continues for the 14th year!
St Patrick's Day, means a lot to the Irish and especially those of us living
abroad. It is a day to gather with our community both from home and here, to
celebrate our common heritage, sing some songs, enjoy a pint or two and have a
laugh too! Here's the challenge though the locals have all heard about the Craic,
and they want to be a part of it too, and being the hospitable folk we are, we
do our best to accommodate everyone!
Come along and celebrate with us with events on Saturday which is Dallas' Parade
Day, Sunday - Pub Family Day & Ceili, Monday Night's Paddy's Eve Happy Hour and
St Patrick's Day on Tuesday March 17th!
Remember, we're Irish 52 Weeks Every Year, so if you are not keen on crowds,
don't care to be jostled or drink your pints out of plastic cup, then avoid the
big parties on Saturday afternoon and all day Tuesday and instead come enjoy the
spirit of the season on Sunday with our family-friendly Ceili!. Or take a week
off and then come along and make yourself comfortably at home, click on the
tabs on the left edge of the screen to learn more about what happens at the
Pub every week. When you stop in ask about what's happening in the
community, special events planned,
weekly gatherings like our Tasting
nights, Pub Quiz or
Live Music and of course a quick review of our
CEILI PUB DAY - SUNDAY MARCH 15th -
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Live Trad Sessuin music, Ceili Dance &
Instruction - Full Service!
Every Sunday is family day at Trinity Hall, but this Sunday we will have
all the fun of St Patricks without the crowd, plastic ware and bag pipers! The
pub hosts Trad Irish Session with the top players of guitar, banjo, squeeze-box,
bodhrans, flutes, fiddles and more, and invites in Dallas’ top ceili dancers to
enjoy the afternoon! Come along and learn to Ceili with the best of them, and
we’d be proud to have your parents and children along with you too!
PATRICK'S EVE HAPPY HOUR - MONDAY MARCH 16th -
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM - Drink specials, live music and Texas Holdem
The pre-party for those that can’t make
it on Tuesday, or prefer pints to be poured in Glasses! This will be their last
chance to enjoy drinks in a glass until Wednesday afternoon.
Jeff Phillips Balladeer comes in
to warm up the pub for the party the following day, a fun atmosphere of audience
participation songs that include clapping, stomping and celebrating the Irish!
Avoid Tuesday's crush, join us this Paddy's Eve!
PATRICK'S DAY - ALL DAY LONG TUESDAY MARCH 17th -
9:00 AM - 1:00 AM - Bars & Music Inside and Out,
Great Fun Altogether. (Not the best day for a quick lunch, and we don't offer to
go menu during special events!)
Traditional Irish Music starts at
10:30AM with the musicians that hosted the very first Irish Festival thirty odd
years ago, that is a lot of guitar strings and bandaged fingers! Lunch is busy,
no reservations just plenty of walk ins, so plan to be with us a little longer
The Irish Rogues – Dallas longest running Pub Singalong band will take
the stage at 2:30 and keep the fun rolling through 6:00 PM
Jeff Phillips – Balladeer and Customer Participation Specialist plays the
patio through the day and the inside stage starting at 6:30PM
Seamus Stout – a local favorite foursome who cut their musical teeth
playing North Texas Irish Festival and pubs around town come in for the evening
to play out the rest of the night, starting at 9:00 PM!
While the pub is family friendly and welcomes guests of all ages we don’t
recommend it for under 16’s- toddlers, considering the volume of guests seating
& tables are in high demand, and not easy to come by! After lunchtime, we switch
to adults only and ID will be required from 2 PM on.
We never like to disappoint a guest, and ask everyone to keep in mind
that we cannot always be sure how someone will be when the celebration gets
going. If someone is interfering with our enjoyment of the day, we may ask them
to continue the party somewhere else!
BALDRICK'S DAY - SATURDAY MARCH 28th -
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM - Drink specials, Head-shaving
and Fundraising too!
St. Baldrick’s Day
- The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity committed to
funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give
survivors long, healthy lives. Over $38 million dollars raised in 2014, and over
$1.2Million raised this decade at Trinity Hall Irish Pub!
the last Saturday of the season the Pub is the venue as the community gathers to
give back, pledging and donating funds to our favorite children's charity.
People choose to give up their hair on their heads to help St. Baldricks
to 70 volunteers will have their head shaved to raise funds for the foundation
and to further the work of this great foundation. This will be the 12th
event here at the Pub, hosting Shavees, Volunteers, Families and Donors for an
all day event celebrating their efforts.
learn more about the foundation visit their site at
reach our event’s organizer:
Currently 60 volunteers have already stood up and have raised $20K so far with a
goal to exceed $ 150,000!
portion of all receipts for the day are donated to the cause, in addition to
complimentary meals for every shave as they get used to their new hair cuts!
Opened in August 2001, Trinity Hall was conceived, designed & developed
specifically for Mockingbird Station in Dallas Texas. The Urban village
location, connected by DART light rail, underground parking and an eclectic
collection of retail stores, lends itself well to a neighborhood Irish Pub
Connecting the communities of Dallas, (which was built on the Trinity River) and
Dublin home of Ireland's famous University, Trinity College Dublin, the pub's
concept was to celebrate the Ireland known for its Saints & Scholars. Different
than your average beer bar, we're family friendly, quiet enough to read a book
and yet big & boisterous enough to host a graduation party!
The Pub is designed with the architecture of Trinity College Dublin in
mind. From wrought iron fencing, dark mahogany book shelves & a dramatic hard
ceiling finish that is unique. Constructive criticism can be addressed to our
head office staff - in the small room directly behind the bar - or any of
the following at the pub address 5321 E. Mockingbird Lane, #250, Dallas, TX
Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant developed & operated by Heritage Pub
Marius Donnelly -
Proprietor ~ Chief Bottle Washer
Roger Dennehy - General Manager & Head of Complaints Department
Izzy Delgado - Manager & Curator of all things liquid!
Chef Oscar Gutierrez -
Culinarian & Kitchen Yoda
OUR TEAM IN DEVELOPMENT
Jack Norman ~ Ruari Donnelly