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Monday, January 21, 2008

Nicholson's turns 10!

Just got this from Nicholson's, which is in its tenth year.
Nicholson’s is celebrating the entire month of January with specials such as $3 Belhaven, a Scottish brew referred to in-house as the “Scottish Milkshake”, $3 Nicholson’s Cask Conditioned Ale, free commemorative pint glasses (with purchase), and menu features. The festivities will commence with a huge Robert Burns Night celebration to be held on Friday, January 25th beginning at 7:00pm. Expect bagpipes, scotch samples, and a traditional “Toast to the Haggis” read by Caledonian Society leader Alex Watt. The Orlando-based Celtic rock group, Seven Nations, will play from 9:00pm-12:00am. There is no charge for the evening’s events.
Best known for his ‘Auld Lang Syne’, Robert Burns is regarded as a cultural icon in Scotland and among Scots who have relocated to other parts of the world, his birthday celebration became widely popular during periods of the 19th and 20th centuries, and his influence has been strong on Scottish literature.
Burns Night reservations are accepted but not required. It is strongly suggested to arrive early for pub seating to view the ceremony.
Nicholson’s is part of the locally owned Tavern Restaurant Group, which also includes deSha’s American Tavern, The Pubs at Rookwood Mews and Crestview Hills, and The Polo Grille in Mason.
For more information: www.nicholsonspub.com


at 5:02 PM Anonymous Greg said...

I just tried to get a reservation & I was too late. I think we'll still go down for a drink or 2. Just a FYI on the band. I'm not familar with them but they are good enough to be playing at the world's largest Irish Fest this July in Milwaukee. They usually only get the best for that fest.

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