As if didn't know already, but Buffalo is a town that likes to party! Again we were ranked as on the top spots in all of the country to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

According to the website, Departures.com, there are many reasons to celebrate St. Paddy's day here in the Queen City.

Several parades, including the world’s shortest, where “marchers” circle Talty’s Tavern, are part of the Buffalo celebration. The “Old Neighborhood” Parade is held on Saturday in the city’s Old First Ward where original Irish immigrants settled. After the parade, the Valley Community Center serves corned beef and potatoes, and pubs around town feature live Irish music. Sunday March 17 is the big parade, starting at Noon.

Of course, this could be the last year for the parade in the Old First Ward. Find out why HERE.

Remember to wear green or you will get pinched and go out and celebrate safely!