What’s a pair of Scots to do when craving some good whisky and a Scotch egg, but they’re a full red-eye away from home? Let Donna and David Wolff banish any homesickness at this homey Scottish pub. The convivial atmosphere takes work—the Wolffs chat with regulars, introduce new friends, and recommend Scotches based on your preferences (if you like peat, they’ve got the tipple for you; if you prefer sweet, they’ll find the right well-aged match to sate). Whisky tasting flights range from introductory ($19 for three Highland quaffs) to advanced. The luxury flight, for example, is a steep $250, but includes a 25-year-old Bunnahabhain and a 30-year-old Balvenie. This is one of the few places in town that serves haggis.