Downtown businesses were booming this year on Saint Patrick's Day.
With the parade being on Saturday and Saint Patrick's Day itself being on Sunday, plenty of shops and restaurants took advantage of several days of increased traffic.
A manager of Spanky's on the River said things were much better this year compared to last year.
"It's been good, I think people are getting back out, it's been really good. And, we celebrated on a Saturday, instead of a Sunday, so when we get two days out of it, it's great." said Cheryl Keift, Manager.
Business owners are already looking foward to next year's celebration.
Wednesday, May 22 2013 9:02 PM EDT2013-05-23 01:02:38 GMT
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