A savory comfort food-forward menu featuring 'world pub-fare' classics thoughtfully prepared and served in a uniquely American Scots-Irish warm and inviting traditional pub setting.
A carefully curated menu featuring an extensive selection of spirits, cocktails, wine and a diverse selection of imported and regional ales & lagers in both bottle and draught.
Stay a bit, eat, drink, shoot pool, play shuffleboard or throw a round of darts. Best old-school juke in town so something fun is always playing. Live Music on select dates; special events are listed as scheduled.
INCREDIBLE CELTIC FOLK - EVERY SUNDAY RELAXATION ALONG WITH YOUR GUINNESS!
8pm - 10pm - Americana - Rock - World Music
8pm - 11pm - Bluegrass
8pm - 10pm - Country - Rock - Americana
8 - 10:30pm - Western, Folk and Blues
8pm - 10pm: Singer-Songwriter - Rock
8pm - 11pm Dead Night: The Grateful Dead Cover Band
4pm - 6pm
8pm - 10pm : Traditional Country - Americana
9pm - 11pm - Folk - Americana
8pm - 10pm - Old Time Rock & Roll - Blues
8pm - 11pm - Appalachian Folk - Indie - Americana
8pm - 10pm: Old Time Rock & Roll
9pm -12am - 90's & 2000's Covers
8pm - 10pm: Americana - Rock - World Music
9pm - 12am - Rock - Blues - Jazz - Fusion
4pm - 6pm
8pm - 10pm: Traditional Country
9pm -12am - Alternative Rock
9pm - 12am - Alternative Rock
9pm -12am - Singer-Songwriter - American Roots - Soul
EVENTS ADDED AS THEY DEVELOP
Bluesy and Boozy UK, Traditional, and Southern Americana breakfast goodies. The best Irish coffee you have tasted and an eclectic list of bright boozy brunch cocktails. Brunch runs from 10am-2pm. Run's from the summer thru December.
The Carter Giegerich Trio and their roots Celtic folk jam starts right after at 2pm-5pm.
We kicked off the Scotsman Spirit Club in May. We walked thru a fun Single Grain Whiskey, had a chocolate pairing and had a bonus cocktail development session. If this sounds like something you like then use the contact us sheet and say you want to sign up for the Spirit Club!
The Quarterly will be a private guided multi-course dinners paired with beer | wine | spirits | cocktail. Perfect for those who want a more intimate Scotsman setting with like-minded folks enjoying yummy eats and drinks. If this sounds like something you like then use the contact us sheet and say you want to sign up for The Quarterly!
Pubs have served an essential role in America since its inception. Taverns were the breeding ground of the revolution. From polling houses for elections to the birthplace of the United States Marine Corps, grand celebration halls to places of remembrance of those who have passed but are not forgotten and near in our thoughts.
Our historic revival-style building was built in 1927 and served as a meeting hall for a local area Masonic lodge. One could say that the Scottish stonemasons were the original 'freemasons,' so it's a propitious moment for us to be part of the storied history of 37 Church St.
The Scotsman Public House represents parts of the old world and parts of the new. So as we tip a pint and pay homage to our Scottish roots let us also give a kind nod to all the Scots-Irish and their ancestors that settled hundreds of years ago here in the beautiful backcountry of North Carolina.
We are proud to call Waynesville our home and look forward to serving you as our guests.
A half-block off of Waynesville's historic main street lies your new favorite traditional Celtic pub. We'd be honored for you to be a guest in our home so please join us for an indubitably good time!
37 Church St,Waynesville, NC 28786
SORRY, NO RESERVATIONS AT THIS TIME.
(hours subject to change)
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday -Thursday: 4pm - 12am
Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 12pm - 12am
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