Tate Modern Food and drink

St Patrick's Day

Photo credit: Tate Catering/Mark Blunder 

Join us as a selection of Irish craft brews take over our taps

​Specially for St Patrick’s Day, Tate’s Beer Sommelier Alex Stevenson has chosen some great Irish brews. Alongside this, enjoy some Irish gin, vodka and a special menu created for the occasion, including a classic Irish Stew and oysters.

Electronic producer and Cork native, DJ Bantum will be with us to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. After a long-awaited follow up to his 2013 debut album, his latest release Move features guest appearances from Rusangano Family, CC Brez, and Loah amongst others.

Beers on Tap include

Eight Degrees - Sunburnt Irish Red Ale 5% ABV

White Hag - Beann Gulbann Heather Sour ale 7.5% ABV

Kinnegar Scraggy Bay IPA 5.3% ABV

Metalman - Pale Ale 4.3% ABV

Porterhouse Brewing Co - Oyster Stout 4.6% ABV

The Dingle Distillery gin and vodka tasting


Try a sample of these award winning artisan spirits from The Dingle Distillery in Dingle, Co Kerry, or try them in a classic G&T, perfectly garnished and served with Fever Tree tonic.

Dingle Original Gin was awarded best Irish London Dry Gin at the 2016 World Gin Awards. Tom Blade, from The Dingle Distillery will be on hand to talk you through Dingle Gin and Vodka, and the stories behind the foundation of the first independent whiskey distillery to open in Ireland for 150 years.

Tate Modern

Terrace Bar

Please arrive at the Blavatnik Building entrance on Sumner Street

London SE1 9TG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

17 March 2017 at 11.00–22.30

Tickets available in person at the bar. Drop in at any time from 11.00.