|Los Feliz Blvd. was a dirt road when the Tam O'Shanter opened in 1922.|
So I recommend making sure your team of up to 6 players includes someone with sports knowledge and someone with movie knowledge. Plus, there's prizes of free drinks and swag. The Tam has a much better beer menu than I recall from last time I visited, with selections from Stone, Shipyard, Golden Road, Telegraph and of course a few Scottish brews. The bar menu includes hearty carved roast beef, turkey, pastrami and corned beef sandwiches as well as fish 'n chips, Toad in the Hole, and Scottish rarebit poutine, a giant plate of cheese-covered fries topped with bacon bits that's sure to soak up plenty of beer. Come January, I intend to return with a few friends and try to vanquish some of the regulars.
|Is rarebit poutine a thing?|