Burns Night 2015 in Glasgow
On January 25th each year, the people of Glasgow and beyond get together to celebrate Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns. With everything from massive Burns Night suppers, to epic ceilidh, to drams by the jug load; check back for all you need to know on how the bars and pubs of Glasgow are celebrating Burns Night 2015.
The Corinthian Club, Merchant City
The luxurious Corinthian Club will also be celebrating life and works of Robert Burns with a special Burns menu in their brasserie bar along with their Whisky Experience menu for those looking for a little more dram with their dinner. They are also creating special bespoke suppers for groups wanting to mark the occasion with a private supper. They suggest, starting the night with a dram, a toast to the haggis and dancing to the wee ones - sounds like the quintessential Burns' night.
Ubiquitous Chip, West End
Ashton Lane is an atmospheric spot to celebrate Burn's Night in the heart of the West End. Ubiquitous Chip will be toasting the poet with their fabulous Supper. Promising "A nicht of cheerful chantin’ and reelin’" they'll be offering an exquisite four course dinner with coffee, sweetmeats and of course thie obligatory dram to toast the haggis. Added entertainment on the night includes a piper and orator as well as live music and ceilidh with The Last Tram to Auchenshoogle. Set to be a cracking Burn's Night supper in Glasgow.
Arisaig, Merchant City
If you're looking for somewhere to supper on Burns Night in Glasgow, Arisaig is the place to feast. The restaurant and bar in Merchant Square throw an epic feast each year, with dinner on the balcony, live Scottish music, and local comedians leading the way. Serving some of the best Scottish fare in Glasgow throughout the year, these guys know how to do Burns Night in style.
Sloans, Argyle Street Area
With its weekly ceilidh, the folks at Sloans up the ante for Burns night in Glasgow. With fabulous food and epic banter, go all out with a Burns night supper complete with poems, pints, toasts and of course, a feast of ceilidh dancing for afters. Tartan optional, but advised.
Rab Ha's, Merchant City
Rab Ha's host a Burns Night Supper every year and this year will be no different. With its tartan wallpaper, picture of the man himself on the wall, and of course that irrepressibly Scottish spirit, this is an atmospheric venue for toasting Robert Burns in Glasgow.
The Finnieston, Argyle Street Area
The Finnieston will be hosting a luxurious Burns Night Feast. Their spin on the supper includes a seafood spin and of course their own take on haggis, neeps and tatties too. With drams flowing and some exquisite whisky cocktails for those who can't take the hit, this is the perfect place for discerning foodies to toast Robert Burns.
Oran Mor, West End
Oran Mor host an atmospheric Burns night supper in Glasgow. This year's celebration will take place on Friday 24th January, in the stunning Auditorium of the converted church. Hosted by Iain Robertson the three course feast will be accompanied by poetry and music in Òran Mór's stunning Auditorium.
Dram!, West End
Republic Bier Halle, Argyle Street Area
If you want to celebrate Burns night in Glasgow with something a little different, why not head to Republic Bier Halle. Okay so this might be more of a Bavarian-themed joint, but the bar does offer Haggis pizzas and Scottish beers - perfect if you want your own take on the Burns night supper.
Lebowskis, Argyle Street Area
Lebowskis is the place to go for an alternative Burns Night supper in Glasgow. The Argyle Street bar have posted their supper menu, and guess what? It's all booze. From the Scotch Drink for starters and the Highland Mary for mains, to the Address to the Toothache for dessert, this is one potent feast. Don't worry though they've got a chaser that will sober you right up, now who's for a haggis burger?
Curler's Rest, West End
Stravaigin, West End
Along with their legendary Burns Brunch on Sunday, Stravaigin have also got a special haggis flight for the weekend that's in it. From Friday to Sunday, they'll be serving up a trio of our national dish, with an international twist. Jet from Scotland, to Spain, to Mexico this Burns night in Glasgow, with a special plate, that comes with it's own dram accompaniment. A quirky twist on your typical Burns Supper in Glasgow.