November 30 is St. Andrew’s Day, commemorating the patron saint of Scotland. It is a national holiday in Scotland, but if you are in NYC, here are ways you can celebrate:
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Celebrate St. Andrew’s Day at (where else?) St. Andrew’s
St. Andrew’s is celebrating their name-sake with whisky, haggis and Scottish music
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140 W. 46th St. (between 6th & 7th Ave.)
New York, NY
Check out MurphGuide’s directory of Scottish bars & restaurants in New York:
Directory of Scottish Pubs in NYC:
Caledonia: 1609 Second Ave. (between 83rd & 84th St.) New York, NY. (212) 879-0402
Scottish whisky bar on the upper east side.
Caledonia: 424 Amsterdam Ave. (between 80th & 81st St.) (917) 388-2342
Newly opened UWS location of the popular UES Scottish whisky bar
The Craic: 488 Driggs Ave. (between N. 9th & N. 10th St.) Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Authentic Scottish & Irish pub (formerly Isle of Skye).
Deacon Brodie’s: 370 W. 46th St. (between 8th & 9th Ave.) (212) 262-1452
Named after Deacon William Brodie, an 18th century Scottish master cabinet maker and town councilor in Edinborough with a secret double life inspired Dr. Jeckyl & Mr. Hyde.
The Grisly Pear: 107 MacDougal St. (between Minetta Lane & Bleecker St.), New York, NY. (212) 529-3933.
Greenwich Village dive bar
Highlands: 150 W. 10th St. (between Waverly Pl. & Greenwich Ave.) Greenwich Village, New York, NY. (212) 229-2670
Contemporary Scottish gastropub.
The Rookery: 425 Troutman Ave. (between Wyckoff & St. Nicholas Ave.) Brooklyn, NY (718) 483-8048
Pub & beer garden in Bushwick
St. Andrew’s: 140 W. 46th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Ave.) Times Square, New York, NY. (212) 840-8413
New York’s original Scottish restaurant & bar, serving over 250 single malts.
Shoolbred’s: 197 Second Ave. (between 12th & 13th St.) New York, NY. (212) 529-0340
Cozy Scottish bar with fireplace in the East Village