Scottish Bars in NYC

Celebrate all things Scottish at these Scottish pubs & restaurants in NYC

MurphGuide Directory of Scottish Pubs in NYC

web-chain-link-iconCaledonia: 1609 Second Ave. (between 83rd & 84th St.) New York, NY. (212) 879-0402
Scottish pub featuring over 200 whiskies and calling itself “the world’s least pretentious whisky bar”
web-chain-link-iconCaledonia: 424 Amsterdam Ave. (between 80th & 81st St.) (917) 388-2342
Upper West Side sibling of the Upper East Side Scottish whisky bar
web-chain-link-iconThe Craic: 488 Driggs Ave. (between N. 9th & N. 10th St.), Brooklyn, NY
Authentic Irish & Scottish pub in Williamsburg (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 that inspired Dr. Jeckyl & Mr. Hyde.
web-chain-link-iconThe Grisly Pear: 107 MacDougal St. (between Minetta Lane & Bleecker St.), New York, NY. (212) 529-3933.
Greenwich Village Scottish dive bar
web-chain-link-iconThe Hamilton: 998 Amsterdam Ave. (between 109th & 110th St.) (212) 866-7200
Scottish-owned American whiskey bar
web-chain-link-iconThe Hunterian: 413 E. 70th St. (between First & York Ave.) (212) 825-1525
neighborhood bar on the upper east side
Iona: 108 Grand St. (between Bedford & Driggs Ave.) Brooklyn, NY (718) 384-5008
Scottish bar in Williamsburg named after an ancient and historic island, a burial place for Scottish KingsHosts a Scottish focused traditional music session every Monday
The Vale Public House: 3473 Broadway (between 141st & 142nd St.) New York, NY. (646) 559-8253
Scottish pub in Hamilton Heights with imported brews and traditional fare with a modern take.


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