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Festival Feast 2019
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM Reel
Date: March 30, 2019 to March 30, 2019
Where: Reel, 101 S. Central Street, Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, 37902
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Join us for a celebration of Scottish food and scotch, benefiting the Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games! As you come in, you will be greeted with "Boyd's Buie," our house made version on Drambuie - a Jig and Reel specialty. Next you will enjoy an appetizer plate with a sampling of Boyd's Toad in a Hole, Scotch Egg, and Haggis. It will be served with Cardhu 12-yr. Help yourself to a truly Scottish feast of Macaroni Rolls, Herb Roasted Chicken, Fish Bites, Scottish Peas, Roasted Red Potatoes, and Highland Salad. It will be served with Jura 10-yr. For the last course, we will be serving the fluffy Scottish treat of Cranachan, a whisky-laced whipped cream and berry dessert which is know as the King of Scottish desserts. It will be served with Aberfeldy 12-yr. Tickets are $55 and all profits will benefit the Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games held May 18-19. Festival Feast will likely sell out, so please get your tickets in advance to reserve your space. Please learn more about the festival below.*********************************************************The Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games at Maryville College is East Tennessee's premier celebration of Scottish culture and history. Originally founded in 1981 as the Gatlinburg Scottish Festival and Games, we are one of the oldest Scottish Festivals in the country. In 2010, we established a new home in the City of Maryville on the grounds of historic Maryville College, home of "The Scots." You don't have to be Scottish in order to enjoy this unique Festival! Our location in the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains is the perfect backdrop for you and your family to get a wee glimpse of Scotland -and to discover and appreciate the rich traditions and history of the Scottish and Scots-Irish settlers of our area. "Come for the pipes and drums; come for the history; come for the athletic competitions, entertainers and exhibits; come for the food and drink. Com
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