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If your taste runs towards the literary, Burns Night, which is a celebration of the life of poet Robert Burns, makes for a good night out. The Scottish Italian owners at Incognito Bistro offer a special menu, including a tasting of Scottish beers by Lochness Brewery, a first stateside appearance. Chef Paolo Montana makes a delicious haggis. And of course, bagpipes and Burns’ poetry. 30 W. 18th St. ($65).
Here are a few other Burns Night suppers in the city:
– St. Andrews, 140 W. 46th St. $75. Friday, Jan. 24, 7 p.m.
– Eastwood, 221 East Broadway, Saturday, Jan. 25.
– New York Caledonian Club, 3 W. 51st St. Cocktails, dinner, and céilidh dancing, $140 and up. Saturday, Jan. 25, 6 p.m.
– Highlands, 150 W. 10th St. $55. Sunday, Jan. 26 and Monday, Jan. 27.