Lawson's Bar - Moscow
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Bartenders in kilts and smiling waiters, wide range of cocktails and over 50 sorts of whiskey, unique Scottish cuisine and table football, affordable prices and exciting special offers, and simply home-felt place - this is Lawson's bar, where you will definitely want to come back again and again.
In summer of 2012, the first Scottish pub 'Lawson's bar' opened in Moscow. Historically, Scotland, a land of fathomless lakes and picturesque hills, has become a synonym for the love of freedom and explosive character. Popular blended malt whiskey and the bar itself were named after a true Scotsman, William Lawson, who born in 1849. Pure Scotch, Scotch in original cocktails, and even self-made Scotch - Lawson's trademark liqueurs. As British people like to say 'The proof of the pudding is in eating'. So, you can't even imagine what these drinks are all about until you give it try!
Here, in Lawson's Bar, you can spend the night in the company of noisy students, solid businessmen, celebrities, and best bartenders of Moscow. This is what makes this bar unique - everyone will get what he was looking for. If you want to know the history of classic cocktail Rob Roy, take a seat at the bar counter - the bartenders will tell you all about it and, of course, prepare the best drink. Are you interested in unique Scottish meal 'Haggis'? The waitress will serve it with pleasure and tell you interesting facts about this delicacy.
Thumbing the Menu, you will get pleasantly surprised with the prices: true Scottish cuisine for less than 500 RUB, salads for 340 RUB and burger with toothsome steak for only 460 RUB. The Bar Menu will astound you by all means - the best Old Fashioned in Moscow for only 260 RUB. Whiskey range on two pages starting from 200 RUB - is that simply possible? Lawson's makes it possible!
Mind-blowing parties with tireless DJs at weekends and broadcasting of latest sports events accompanied by live commentators - Scots are just that assertive and feisty. If you are going to Lawson's, you should be ready for a racing heart beat and speedy emotional uplift, because, in contrast to phlegmatic Moscow bars, 24/7 joy in a true Scottish bar may easily turn you into an adrenaline junkie.
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