In 1788, famed Scottish bard Robert Burns wrote the words you now sing on New Year's Eve before sloppily trying to make out with people you don't even like. So -- in order to celebrate his birth and your inopportune makeouts -- Davis Sqr's Saloon is throwing a whiskey-soaked, three-courser that eschews traditional haggis for more actually sweet Scottish fare and pairs each dish with aged brown booze
Settle in at the bar with your tattered copy of So I Married an Axe Murderer and casually imbibe one of over 120 varieties of whiskey whilst awaiting the arrival of your Grub Street poetry group.
After snagging a dimly lit table in the corner, dinner is officially served in the form of these Scotch Eggs over lox paired with Ledaig 10 Year from the Isle of Mull, a place where everyone takes a long time to think things over.
Mull over that last joke, then appreciate this Scottish prime rib meat pie matched up with Glenrothes Alba.
Finally, finish strong with a Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or from the Western Highlands and this decadent "tipsy" trifle, something that also pretty accurately describes your actions on New Year's Eve.