B&B is part of a chain (Penny Farthing on Oak Bay Ave., and Irish Times on Govt St) and we visited each with our pipe band to entertain the clients with Burns/Scottish music, pipe the haggis in, and address the haggis in verse Last venue was B&B where we had refreshments and dinner. They had Innis and Gunn draft ale from Scotland, which wasn't particularly outstanding, but it was gratis. The haggis was OK but basically prepared sausage-style rather than sheep's stomach. Sticky toffee and ice cream dessert definitely good, Guests were lapping up the atmosphere.
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