Brae Loch Inn in Cazenovia, New York is a restaurant that specializes in Scottish dishes.
For instance, there is Haggis, which their menu describes as a "traditional scottish delicacy! Oats, lamb, liver, onion, drizzled with single malt whiskey baked. Served with mashed potatoes."
Then there is Edinburgh Rack Of Lamb, which is described as "succulent rack of lamb, glazed in curry mint jelly, encrusted in toasted walnuts & baked."
Another is Shepherd's Pie, which is "traditional scottish comfort food! Ground lamb sirloin, layered with root vegetables, seasoned corn & topped with garlic mashed potatoes."
They have a wide selection of non-Scottish dishes as well, but if you want to eat Scottish food, come here. Duncan Hines did, and I'll bet he would again.
In his restaurant guide, Hines wrote that this place was "an old homestead which has been turned into a delightful small hotel. This is something different. Decorations are Scotch to go with the name. They specialize in Scotch pastries taught by the owner by his grandfather. Scotch steak pie, a special lobster Newburg, their own onion soup, and for dessert Scotch Trifle or you can choose from a tray of Scotch pastries." http://www.braelochinn.com/