Join us to share the tradition. Our 27th Annual Burns Night is free and open to the public. Haggis, cock-a-leekie soup, neeps & tatties, shephard’s pie, scotch eggs, and sticky toffee pudding will all be available for sale in our North Bar.
Starting at 6pm, the PARADE OF PIPERS and Haggis begins and Tom Schlafly addresses the masses with his annual poem conjuring the spirit of Robert Burns.
DUDDY BREEKS play live starting at 7pm. Delicious Scotch Ale will be flowing on draft all night long. Don’t forget to wear your kilt!
Burns’ Night is our annual, extraordinary celebration of the life, works and spirit of the great Scottish poet, Robert Burns (1759-1796). Celebrated on, or about, the Bard’s birthday, the event is ideal for brightening up the cold, wet and dark St. Louis winter evenings. Just before Tom Schlafly reads his poem, our Scotch Ale is escorted in by a fancy procession of pipers and drummers. Naturally, we cook up some extraordinarily delicious Scottish food, and round out the festivities with the best Celtic musicians in St. Louis.
Always a fun, loose evening, the event encompasses the whole of life’s emotions in one evening. There is the serious thought provoking speech (of course laced with humor) along with song, nostalgia, merriment, satire, wit, happiness and sadness.