The Tam O’Shanter in Atwater is a cute and cozy Disney version of a Scottish pub. There is formal dining in the back, but few people know about the killer carving station in the bar. While Rick is pouring the whiskey, Stevie or Gerry carve the highest quality meat to make up informally served plates and sandwiches. You can still get the highly craveable creamed corn brought hot from the kitchen, and cold potato salad at a self-serve sides bar. My only disappointment this last trip is that the bar no longer serves Bass. What is this world coming to?
You get what you pay for, so the prices aren’t cheap. They are, nonetheless affordable and one hell of a deal. The succulent prime rib sandwich pictured here is $14 and a plate lunch of roast pork, turkey, brisket, corned beef, pastrami or roast beef will run you $16.
Don’t forget, during March the Tam is serving 1950s specials in honor of their 90th anniversary. The menu will be revealed tomorrow. Be still my heart!