Four pubs in the Doncaster area will have a night of culture when they celebrate the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns by hosting Burns’ Week.
Each of the participating hostelries The Gate House in High Street, The Red Lion in Market Place and The Old Angel in Cleveland Street, all in Doncaster, as well as The Old Market Hall in Market Street, Mexborough will play their part.
They will be serving Scottish-themed food and drink from Monday, January 20 until Saturday, January 25 inclusive.
The pub will be serving three meals to mark the occasion as well as a choice of three whiskies and a Scottish real ale.
Meals on offer are Macsween award-winning haggis, neeps and tatties; Highland burger (beef burger with Macsween award-winning haggis, whisky sauce, chips and beer battered onion rings) as well as a Scottie Dog (hot dog with Macsween award-winning haggis, whisky sauce, chips and beer battered onion rings).
Customers can also enjoy a Scottish real ale, Caledonian Auld Acquaintance (brewed in Edinburgh), as well as three malt whiskies; Glenfiddich, Isle of Jura and Glenmorangie, priced at £1.99, for a single whisky measure, and £1.79 for a pint of the beer.
The haggis, neeps and tatties are £4.99, Highland burger, £5.89, and Scottie Dog, £4.29, are all served as a meal deal and include a choice of drink.
The Gate House manager, Paul Sanderson, said: “We are looking forward to celebrating Burns’ Week in style with a great choice of food and drink for our customers to enjoy.”