Where to celebrate Burns Night in Glasgow

Places in Glasgow to spend Burns Night 

On the 25th of January each year, Scots around the world celebrate the life of poet Robert Burns. Find out all about Burns Night here. If you are looking for somewhere with haggis, neeps and tatties, and possibly some whisky in Glasgow, check out the list below.

Haggis burger at El Perro Negro

El Perro Negro have a limited edition seasonal special to celebrate Burns Night. Available until Burn’s Night on January 25 at both their Glasgow and Edinburgh branches. Burger fans will be treated to a formidable burger that may just deserve a poem dedicated to it. The El Perro Negro Haggis Burger consists of juicy double smash patties with Gold Taste Award Ramsay of Carluke haggis, burger cheese, Arran smoked cheddar, house pickles and burger sauce.

Ubiquitous Chip celebrates with a Burns Night dinner with an evening of live music, whisky drinking and food. On the menu are dishes such as traditional haggis, neeps and tatties, and Cullen skink, monkfish Crudo with sea buckthorn and fennel plus Borders lamb loin with confit neck, seaweed broth and mussel ragout. How about this for a dessert? dark chocolate and Drambuie pave, burnt milk ice cream and puff candy.

The Glasgow Distillery Virtual Tasting

Glasgow Distillery has partnered up with Once Upon a Whisky to host a virtual night of tasting to celebrate Burns Night. Be guided through five Single Malt Scotch whiskies, hear stories and facts regarding the life of Robert Burns and toast to the Scots poet.

Tuck into a five-course Burns Night feast at The Marlborough

The Marlborough in Broomhill has launched a five-course Burns Supper menu with canapes of chicken and ham hock roulade on Arran oat cakes with piccalilli, confit duck and rabbit terrine with spiced pineapple and pomegranate chutney and Fife bannock plus Chicken Balmoral, Stornaway black pudding Wellington, clapshot, roast green beans and green peppercorn sauce. Desserts include a prosecco trifle, fresh raspberries, Cranachan and a shortbread crumb, whiskey poached pear, berry compote, warm vanilla custard and vanilla ice cream. Vegans and vegetarians are also welcome with rumbledethumps cake with a beetroot and pumpkin seed salad and Scotch broth with a warm bread roll and salt and pepper butter, followed by vegan haggis with a wild mushroom, spinach and vegan bacon Wellington.

Haggis Pizza at Bier Halle

If you are looking for more of an informal celebration of Burns, how about a haggis pizza and a few beers at Bier Halle?

Burns Night Celebrations at Browns Glasgow.

Right in the centre of Glasgow, on George Square, Browns created three courses of traditional Scottish specials to mark Burns Night. On the menu are Scottish Mussels, Haggis, Neeps & Tatties and an irresistible Cranachan, each perfectly paired with a Glenfiddich serve.

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