Along with Tom Bergin’s, Tam O’Shanter is one of those pubs that have been around forever (more than 90 years, in fact), and with good reason. Representing the Scottish tier of LA’s British pub scene, the Tam is the real deal, from the red phone booth outside to the grumpy old men drinking at the bar. The fish and chips are made with local lingcod and served in a bucket lined with newsprint parchment paper—a cute nod to the newspaper-wrapped fish typical in UK chip chops—alongside chips, traditional mushy peas, and not-so-traditional peanut coleslaw. Knock back a few pints of Belhaven Scottish Ale, and by the end of the meal, you’ll be seeing tartan and reciting Robert Burns.
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2980 Los Feliz Blvd
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Classic Robert Burns Dinner at Tam O'Shanter
Add a healthy dose of Scottish step dancers and authentic bag pipers to your single molt scotch and Haggis at Tam O'Shanter's annual Robert Burns dinner. If you're wondering who Robert Burns is, he's only the prized 18th century poet who created Tam's...Scottish Tuesday January 24 2017 - Wednesday January 25 2017