The Morrison Celebrates Robert Burns Day

Robert Burns, writer, poet and lyricist, has been a cultural icon in Scotland for centuries. His work was loved so much by the Scottish people that January 25th, his birthday, became Robert Burns Day. And now, at The Morrison, in Los Angeles, join a one-of-a-kind Robert Burns Day celebration on Saturday, January 25th!

Enjoy The Morrison’s new winter cocktail selection, highlighting the flavors of the season, in addition to over 40 beers on tap and their special whiskey list. There will also be a live bagpiper and Johnnie “The Scot” Mundell of Morrison Bowmore Distillers will be the host of the evening while officiating the“Whiskey for Words” competition, where you’re invited to bring in and recite your favorite poems (preferably Robert Burns poems, of course). Those who dare to share will be gifted with a complimentary Whiskey!

In addition to The Morrison’s regular dining menu, there will be a special Robert Burns menu, which will feature both a Traditional Haggis (a Scottish dish consisting of a sheep’s or calf’s offal mixed with suet, oatmeal, and seasoning and boiled in a bag), and a special Vegetarian Haggis, that will also include special Scottish sides like neeps (turnips) and tatties (potatoes), all prepared by Chef Michael Ruiz.

Saturday, 4 pm doors, 8 pm party; 3179 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90039323.667.1839; parties of six or more need to contact the restaurant directly for resys.

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