Now that you've got Burns Night, here're four of the best Burns-tivities to check out this January 25th:
Saint Andrews – This decidedly classy $75 prix-fixe Burns Night supper in Midtown features three courses of Scottish specialties like Cock-a-leekie soup, haggis (you know it's served with neeps 'n' tatties), and multiple Scottish whiskies.
Highlands – The ever-popular Scottish gastro pub in the West Village offers a four-course menu for $55 and two separate evenings of “Burns Night” festivities, complete with a bagpipe player and readings of Burns’ work.
New York Caledonian Club – The historic Caledonian Club is a great place to experience a more traditional Burns Night supper ($150 for non-members) complete with cocktails, ceilidh (Scottish folk-style) dancing, and lots o’ haggis.
Astor Center – Astor Wines & Spirits, home to one of the largest selections of rare booze in NYC, is putting a special $79 spin on Burns Night with a sampling of 20 craft Scotch whiskies, three Scotch cocktails, a selection of Scottish foods (haggis included, of course), and in-store liquor discounts.