Burns Night in Birmingham
Celebrating the life of Robert Burns and his contribution to Scottish poetry, Burns Night, or Burns Supper is a fun food-fuelled night of celebrations. But hold that guinea just one moment there pal, we're in Birmingham, not Scotland? Facts aside, the globe can celebrate Burns Night, and so can we! From whisky tastings to tummy lovin' suppers, Birmingham has its very own selection of Burns Night events to enjoy. Check out our recommendations for the best places to discover Burns Night events in Birmingham.
Last updated on 9th January 2017
New Inn in Harborne likes to get down with the rest of them when it comes to Burns night. Known for their hearty and delicious roasts, expect a similar fare come the 25th January, with a feast of meats, tatties and plenty of whisky.
It wouldn't be Burns Night without a whole host of whisky, ceilidh and piper music, and The Whisky Club are taking over Rowheath Pavilion to ensure you get your Scottish fill. Choose between the family event during the day or the adults-only event come evening, both of which involve food, whisky and dancing.
Hosting a right royal banquet, The Old Contemptibles are celebrating the heralded Scottish poet Robert Burns in the only way they know how, with a hearty meal. With three courses and boasting a selection of dishes the likes of Scotch Broth, Cranachan and the all important Great Chieftain O' The Puddin'-Race (aka Haggis), you wouldn't get fare like this on any other night.
Hosting a hearty Burns Night banquet, Birmingham's most favoured basement pub will be inviting hungry punters along for an evening of classic Scottish chow. A three course meal boasting everything from cullen skink soup and haggis, Bacchus has spared no expense on this Bard worthy collection of grub.
Celebrating his birthday, The Garden House are plating up an incredible Burns Night supper in Birmingham to commemorate the life and works of the Scottish poet Robert Burns. Head down on 25th January to tuck in to their four course taster menu of traditional Scottish dishes including Oak-Smoked Scottish Salmon, followed by Haggis, Neeps and Tatties in a Whisky sauce. Mmmm.
What better to celebrate the life of Robert Burns than whisky and a Scottish feast? Head to The Plough in Harborne for a night with the Whisky Club who will be selecting five delicious drams, all to be paired with four courses of Scottish fare.