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Burns Supper

Robert Burns Supper
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Robert Burns was born on January 25, 1759. He is considered the poet laureate of Scotland. He was a hopeless romantic that loved his drink and his women. He was quite poor, but became quite famous and was a member of "the society of secrets" and quite politically active. He is best known for writing Auld Lang Syne. Join us as we celebrate this tremendous man, quite a legend before his time, with a proper Scottish supper.

Never been to a Burns Supper before? Well, let us give you the low down on what to expect...there will be readings of Rabbie's best loved poems, bag pipes, blessings and haggis...oh yes haggis! And, don't forget the whiskey and all the singing of Auld Lang Syne. This will be a night to remember...



Smoked Salmon on Potato Cakes

Savory Cheddar Shortbread

Walnut Oat Cake with Whisky Cheddar Spread


Cock A Leekie Soup


Haggis (a vegan variety will be available as well) with Bashed Neeps (Rutabaga), Tatties (Potatoes) and Cal (Cabbage)



FEATURED COCKTAILS (standard bar pricing)

Scottish Whisky Flight

Bobby Burns Cocktail


Pricing is per person. Full Bar is available at standard rates.

Please note that this is a not a participatory dinner. Please check out our refund policy before reserving with us. If you have a dietary restriction please indicate that in the notes section of your reservation and we will do our best to make a suitable substitution.



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Earlier Event: January 19
Bourbon Lovers Dinner Party
Later Event: January 28
Slovakian Dinner Party