Celebrating Tartan Week in New York City this year? We hope you’ll enjoy some of the wonderful offerings of Scottish food and beverage the city has to offer, whether it’s stopping for a post-parade pint of Bellhaven or enjoying a meal at a gastropub.
ScotlandNow has put together a lovely list of their favorite places to get a drink in NYC that include several of ASF’s favorites – though if we’re naming names, we’d have to mention our highlight haunts The Craic – Irish/Scottish Pub and Biddy’s Pub to the selections! Take a look at a few of their selections and start planning the culinary side of your New York Tartan Week adventures.
The Shakespeare, 24 East 39th Street
The Shakespeare (Image courtesy of ScotlandNow)
For wonderful atmosphere, service, and the perfect pint and chips, look no further than The Shakespeare.
Caledonia, 1609 Second Avenue
Caledonia (Image courtesy of ScotlandNow)
On Tuesday, April 7, Bellhaven Head Brewer George Howell will be hosting a Tap Takeover at Caledonia, but if you can’t make it then, stop by any time for a pint of Bellhaven on tap, or one of their over 180 varieties of Scotch!
Iona Brooklyn, 180 Grand Street (Williamsburg)
Iona (Image courtesy of ScotlandNow)
If you’re in the mood for music with your drink, Iona hosts Scottish Session gigs every Monday at 8:30 pm. Their urban beer garden is a wonderful location to kick back after a long day of sightseeing.
Jones Wood Foundry, 401 East 76th Street
Jones Wood Foundry (image courtesy of ScotlandNow)
A wonderful place not only to grab a drink but a full meal, Jones Wood Foundry is one of ASF’s favorite gastropubs: friendly and attentive service and wonderful cuisine.
Take a look at the full list, with photos, and read the article on ScotlandNow’s website.