Carson Daly loves beer, hates bars on St. Pat’s

Carson Daly can’t stand public displays of drinking on St. Patrick’s Day.

“Especially at the bars in New York, people get a little sloppy,” the TV host, 35, told us at a rally for Guinness’ Proposition 3-17, which would make St. Patty’s a national holiday.

His favorite way to spend the holiday is at home with his Irish family.

“We eat corned beef and cabbage. We just talk and all hang out together and drink Guinness, listen to music, sing, do what every Irish family does,” the “Last Call with Carson Daly” host said.

That said, the L.A. resident did frequent Irish pubs when he lived in NYC for several years when he hosted MTV’s “Total Request Live.” His favorites? The Parlour on the Upper West Side (where he used to work as a bartender), Molly’s in Gramercy and The Perfect Pint in midtown.

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