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Jan 23, 2008 08:34 AM

Burns Supper in the L.A. area?

Hello ye crowlin' ferlies,

What local spots might ye know of that will be doing a Burns Supper this coming weekend (Robert Burns' birthday)? Complete with (Addressed) Haggis?

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  1. Robin Hood English Pub in Sherman Oaks is doing one!

    Robin Hood British Pub
    13640 Burbank Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91401

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    1. re: Diana

      I just called the Robin Hood and was very tersely told they were NOT doing a Burns Night. :o(

      1. re: Mellu

        You kid me! ASk them to explain why when I was there last Saturday evening for a drink, I saw a flyer on the wall announcing the "Burns Night Event" with the haggis, presenters, entertainment, and a pre fixe menu!

        I believe it was yellow, but I could be wrong. It was posted on the wall under the specials board, right next to the door to the kitchen.

        1. re: Mellu

          I called the Robin Hood, and they said they are sort of doing it. The Piper or someone got sick. But They're going to have the menu and a few other things.

          Try calling them again tonight for full details!

          The lady I spoke to apologized profusely.

          I guess it will be Burns lite

      2. I think the Tam O'Shanter is doing one as well....

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        1. re: CEfromLA

          The Tam is doing one, I saw a poster in the lobby a couple of weeks ago, but I don't remember the details

          2980 Los Feliz Boulevard
          Los Angeles, California 90039
          (323) 664-0228

          1. re: LisaN

            I've been to the Robert Burns night at the Tam O'Shanter several times.
            Chef Ivan gives the address to the haggis along with bag pipe players and the whole works.


        2. beckham grill in pasadena is doing one.

          Beckham Grill Restaurant
          77 W Walnut St, Pasadena, CA 91103

          1. You might see if Ye Olde King's Head or the Tudor House or Whale and Ale is doing one...

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