Tucked down an unsuspecting arcade in Palm Beach lives The Scottish Prince; a dimly-lit, wooden clad watering hole with over 300+ bottles of whisk(e)y!
Specialties: Whisky, Live Music
Taking it's name from an ill-fated ship that lies off the coast of Main Beach (and borne by the same crew of it's OG sister ship, the Cambus Wallace), The SP deliver's the goods to the southern end of the Coast. Holding regular whisky workshops and masterclasses for new and seasoned enthusiasts, live blues by local acts and an epic food offering to boot, The Scottish Prince is the perfect place to sink a dram of Scotland's finest.
February 3rd 1887, The Scottish Prince sailed northward along our eastern coastline. In its final stages of a voyage from Glasgow to Brisbane, disaster struck. Slovenly navigations dealt the Captain's Second Mate a heavy blow, running the ship aground just after midnight. Days had passed, the weather had turned and the vessel bowed to the elements. Keeled over and abandoned, the ship continued to bleed it's cargo of sewing machines, drapery, whisky and beer ashore.