Brewdog are putting their beer-y spin on Burns Night in Edinburgh. Anyone who rocks up in a kilt gets a free beer, there's lots of whisky and there will be pizza topped with haggis.
Burns Night In Edinburgh 2020
It's that time of the year again where Scotland comes together to celebrate their most eminent poet. Burns Night in Edinburgh is always a good excuse for a little feast and a big old party, so whether you're looking for a traditional ceremony or a modern update there's an event to suit every taste. Prepare to pipe in that Haggis and drink a dram for Rabbie Burns as we've rounded up the best Burns Night events happening in the city this year.
Head to Lothian Road's Innis and Gunn on Saturday the 25th, or Sunday the 26th and enjoy a Scottish-themed brunch dish and glass of whisky, prosseco or beer for just £15 - getting your Burns weekend off to the perfect (boozy) start.
Combining contemporary Scottish dining with an interactive tour of Edinburgh's forgotten streets, the Wedgewood Restaurant's Burns Night celebrations will be as educational as they are enjoyable. Tickets include a three-course dinner, dram of whisky and a guided tour around The Real Mary King's Close.
The Johnnie Walker Burns and Beyond festival is a full week-long calendar of events celebrating Scotland's heritage - culminating in a huge Burns supper knees up. Tickets include a mouthwatering menu, traditional addressing of the haggis and plenty of drinking and dancing late into the night.
Edinburgh's best-known party pub will be going big this Burns weekend. Priced at just £19.95 per head, their affordable set menu and late-night ceilidh is a no brainer. All you have to decide? What to wear underneath your kilt...
Boasting the city's largest and most diverse collection of whisky, Whiski Rooms is an obvious pick for your Burns Night celebrations. Their week long calendar of events includes nightly supper clubs, where the menu will consist of cock-a-leekie soup, neeps and tatties, and of course, haggis, served with a delicious whisky cream sauce.
Doing Veganuary shouldn't mean compromising on any of the festivities. Luckily, Hendersons have created an entirely plant-based menu to mark the occasion, with dishes such as vegan haggis and 'Cullen Skink' soup topping the menu. There'll even be free fizz, canapes and poetry readings for all who attend.
One of Edinburgh's wildest celebrations, Brewhemia's Burns Night bash will be anything but traditional. Load up on Scottish nosh and whisky before heading to the dance floor for an all-night ceilidh set to live music courtesy of The Sleekit Beasties.