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Scottish Restaurants & Pubs Around New England

We hope to create a list of ALL the Scottish restaurants and pubs in each of the six states of New England. .  So, please let us know about any others you know of or enjoy.  Check out the list of those we have found so far.

MacLaomainn’s Scottish Pub

https://maclaomainns.com/menu
52 S Main St
Chester, VT 05143
“Authentic Scottish dishes, good selection of Scotch/Whisky’s and brews!”

The Haven

https://thehavenjp.com/
284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain, MA, 02130
Find the location on map
617-634-9184
[email protected]
The Haven is a storied place – the only Scottish establishment in Boston and home from home for many near and far. Whether it’s authentic Scottish cuisine, a hard to find or well-known Single Malt, a perfectly poured Belhaven or a Deep Fried Mars Bar there really is something for everyone. This year, we’ve moved to the Haffenreffer Brewery Complex in Jamaica Plain, Boston, Massachusetts.

Scottish Dave’s Pub

https://www.facebook.com/scottishdavespub/
24 E Main St,
Clinton, CT 06413
According to their Facebook posting, they are “…the only Scottish Pub in the State of CT. We have Bell Haven Scottish Ale on Tap! Tennant’s Lager, Irn Bru, Walker’s Crisps and a Haggis Supper!!!”

Scottish Bakehouse

http://scottishbakehousemv.com/
977 State Rd
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
THE BAKERY & CAKES – While many things have changed around here since Scottish Bakehouse opened in 1961, we are still your Vineyard source for traditional Scottish shortbread and shortbread pies. In addition, we bake a cornucopia of options for your dietary needs including Gluten Free and/ or Vegan cookies, fruit crisps, flourless chocolate cake, and brownies and assorted daily Paleo cookies and bars

 

 

 

 

Author and Curator

  • Amy Lehman is the program coordinator for NHSCOT in Concord, New Hampshire. She has worked at art and cultural non-profits since the early 2000’s and at NHSCOT since 2018. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, reading, running, and gardening. Originally from Virginia, she sadly, can claim no Scottish roots – the closest she can come are proud bits of Norwegian and Irish ancestry.

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