Schlafly Burns Night

When we create an occasion, we do it with purpose. Robert Burns, the Scottish poet and ploughman most famous for his poem 'Auld Lang Syne', bears great significance as we look back and forward on our lives and his contributions.

The customs of this event include pipers piping Celtic music, soul-warming Scottish food, nostalgia, satire and a reading by our very own Tom Schlafly. Plaid kilts optional.

The Schlafly Tap Room - Downtown St. Louis

Thursday, January 23, 2020: 5-9pm

No tickets required. This is free event for all to enjoy! Just pay for what you want to eat and drink.

We will have our full bars available inside and the Scotch Ale will be flowing!

Haggis, Neeps & Tatties, Shepherd's Pie, Cock-a-Leekie Soup, Scotch Eggs, and Sticky Toffee Pudding will all be available on our special Burns' Night menu.

*Cock-a-Leekie Soup limited to inside dining room only.

Parade of Pipers w/ the St. Louis Caledonian Pipe Band starts at 6pm.

Duddy Breeks play live starting at 7pm.

Starting at 6pm, the PARADE OF PIPERS  begins, introducing Tom Schlafly to address the Haggis and read his annual poem conjuring the spirit of Robert Burns.

Don't forget to wear your kilt!