A Taste of Scotland in the Village

Highlands is a gastropub with a Scottish burr. Open since fall, it lays out a drink-friendly menu that ranges from house-cured salmon to pastylike vegetable bridie pastries to haggis that hails from New Jersey.

foodyum tried Arbroath smokie kedgeree, a peppery dish of smoked haddock in curried rice topped with poached eggs, and found it tasty and distinctive. cimui recommends leg of lamb braised in wine. iFat finds Highlands more about beverages than food and stronger on starters than entrées, but says it draws a congenial crowd and is "a really nice drinking establishment."

Highlands [Greenwich Village]
150 W. 10th Street (at Waverly Place), Manhattan
212-229-2670

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