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Ohio restaurants, Scottish, Springboro

The Highland Stag: A Scottish Pub

The Highland Stag is the perfect restaurant to enjoy Scottish food in a laid-back atmosphere. If you are in the Springboro, Ohio area or near there, stop by and check it out. Heather’s Corned beef supper was delicious and filling with sour cream mashed potatoes and seasonal root vegetables. My boyfriend got the Reuben sandwich with a tangy and slightly sweet dressing which they make there. It isn’t Thousand Island dressing on the sandwich, but it is so good you’ll want to order it again. The pretzel bites appetizer has a dark mustard they make at the restaurant that compliments the food. The Scottish eggs is worth trying if you want a unique appetizer you can’t get at American cuisine restaurants. They have a full bar with Guinness beer, of course, twenty draft beers, large selection of bottle and canned beer, and a wide variety of Scotch. The staff was friendly and quick to serve us our food and drinks. The music is not too loud so you can easily hear the conversation at your table. We ate an early dinner Saturday around 4:30 and on Sunday around the same time. It wasn’t too crowded then although as we left Saturday the dinner rush was just beginning. We will definitely be back. 

http://www.thehighlandstag.com

The Highland Stag
75 N. Main Street 
Springboro, Ohio 45066

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Heather’s Corned Beef Supper
& Buck Nutz (pretzel bites)

 

 

 

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About Author Colleen Green

I’m an amateur chef who is passionate about cooking and baking. I am an author. Last Words, Book One in the Amber Milestone Series and City in the Middle, Book Two in the Amber Milestone Series is available on Amazon. For more info go to https://amzn.to/2Kiipn9 Contact: colleen_grn@yahoo.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ColleenPGreen

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