Test your knowledge of Baltimore's Irish heritage, as well as local pubs and St. Patty's Day celebrations.
1. The first Baltimore St. Patrick's Day Parade was held in:
2. Which Baltimore community is named for an Irish town?
3. Slainte Irish Pub & Restaurant combines Irish charm with Fells Point flair. In Gaelic, "slainte" means:
A. To good friends
C. Let's eat
D. To your health
4. Which movie includes scenes from Baltimore's St. Patrick's Day Parade and Shamrock Run?
A. "Ladder 49"
B. "Home for the Holidays"
C. "Ghosts of Hamilton Street"
D. "Runaway Bride"
5. Where is the oldest Irish pub in America located?
A. New York City
6. The Irish Shrine at Lemmon Street is a tribute to:
A. Irish workers who helped build St. Patrick's Church in Fells Point
B. Irish immigrants who worked for the B&O Railroad during the 1840s
C. Irish dock workers
D. Irish coal miners of the early 1900s
7. The old country is on the menu at Timonium's An Poitin Stil Irish Pub & Restaurant. "An poitin stil" is:
A. A type of potato soup
B. An Irish cottage
C. A moonshine still
D. A corned beef and cabbage dish
8. In this Baltimore bar, you'll discover works from the late photographer who is the namesake of the bar:
B. Mike McGovern's
C. O'Hara's Irish Pub
D. Lucy's Irish Pub and Restaurant
9. What is the distance of the annual Shamrock Run?
B. 1 mile
D. 10 miles
10. Members of the Baltimore Gaelic Athletic Association play traditional Irish sports. Which of the following is NOT an example of a traditional Irish sport?
C. Gaelic football
11. Where is Baltimore's annual Leprechaun Look-alike Contest held?
A. Lexington Market
C. Broadway Market
D. Inner Harbor
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