Nice and friendly staff, great atmosphere. We had a great "pub" meal, super nice Haggis, taties and neeps, great curry and nicely cooked salmon. Also had a couple of Red Kite ale, great taste ...nice beer.
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Hootenanny offers a variety of live music on the three floors of this well-known pub. We went for the traditional fiddle music (on the first floor) which got our feet tapping as five or so excellent musicians played as an ensemble. We wanted to go...More
They do take reservations but stop serving food at 8 or 830. Live music at 9 or 930 each night. The menu was surprisingly good. Staff was very nice. The main floor is a traditional Scottish pub but with wait staff for dining hours. The...More
We went to hear traditional music & we so so happy!! The night we went (Wednesday) was festive, alive & local. The music was fantastic. Bar servers couldn't have been more welcoming. Do not miss if you are in Inverness when traditional musicians are playing!
Came upon this place by word of mouth and stopped in one evening. You could here the music comming out the door from across the street. The place was packed and no chairs available. Didnt matter to us, it just made the place more enjoyable....More
Absolutely wonderful night at the Hootenany in Inverness. Make sure to stay late enough to heat the band in the evening. Take a nap if you have to.
Enjoyed some local whiskey and listened to some highland music at this venue. It felt local and warm and friendly. Felt part of the scene in Inverness