Dining and Pubs

Look no further for traditional Scottish food and drink than Queen Mary’s Scotsfestival. With everything from meat pies, Haggis, Scottish eggs, whisky, and pub offerings, you will not leave without having to loosen your kilt!


A cozy pub plucked straight from the backstreets of Edinburgh and tucked into our ship. Come aboard starting Friday the 14th, and grab a pint and settle in for cozy atmosphere, games, and live music. Greyfriar’s menu will feature traditional offerings from our talented chefs. With Neeps, Tatties, and more, our food will make you wish you lived in Scotland all year round!

Located in the Royal Salon. Open Friday, February 14 from 5:00pm – 11:00pm. Saturday from 10:00am – 5:30pm and Sunday hours are from 10:00am - 11:00pm. This area does not require an event ticket, except for Saturday beginning at 6:00pm, when the pub has a ticketed Ceilidh event.


After ScotsFestival closes on Saturday, February 15, join us for a true Gaelic tradition, the Cèilidh, in Greyfriar's Pub!  A cèilidh is a traditional Scottish or Irish social gathering with dancing and folk music. Make merry at our pub-style party with games, flowing drinks, delicious fare, and live music performed by Riahm, LA Scots, and more. 

Hours: 6:15PM - 11:30PM

Online/Advance: $10.00
Door: $12.00 (service and facilities fees not included).

*VIP Tickets to ScotsFestival include Ceilidh admission. Additional purchase required for GA ticketholders. 


Scottish Food Tastings and Workshops

Celebrity Chef Eric W. McBride will teach guests about traditional food of the Celtic nations, and offer tastings in his limited-capacity demonstrations throughout both days of ScotsFestival.



Address to The Haggis

A true Scottish tradition! Follow our chefs as Robbie Burns' poem is recited in ode to the Haggis. The ceremony concludes with a taste of Haggis and a sip of whisky. Do not miss out on this event on the Sterling Stage at 11AM each day.