Seattle's Lark Restaurant hosts Naked City Brewing for Robert Burns Night, January 20th.

Born January 25th in the year of our Lord, 1759, Robert Burns was a Scottish poet and songwriter. He has been named the trailblazer of romanticism, the inspiration behind liberalism and socialism, and has been considered the "Greatest Scot" of all time by STV, beating even the famous William Wallace. Which probably explains why Lark Restaurant celebrates his birth every year.

Starting in 2012, Lark Restaurant has celebrated the life of Robert "Robbie" Burns, the Bard of Ayrshire, the Ploughman Poet; on January 25th, each time with a splendid dinner with guest brewery Naked City Brewing Company. Included in your $100 reservation is a multi-course dinner featuring James Beard award-winning chef John Sundstrom's personal presentation of Haggis, as well as other Scottish dishes, paired with beers from Naked City Brewing Company or curated wines. Like previous years, Lark and Naked City will no doubt raise a pint and a dram of Whisky (Scotch to the dilettante) in honor the bard

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