Burns Night 2019 in Glasgow

At the end of January each year, the people of Glasgow and beyond unite for a night of Scottish revelry and classic debauchery all in the name of the late, great radical poet, Robert Burns. Expect an evening dedicated to feasting on traditional food like haggis, neeps and tatties, followed up by drams of whisky. With authentic ceilidh dance and folk music rounding up the night, you can expect a whirlwind of swirling kilts, jiggin' gents and dancing lassies celebrating in true Glaswegian style.

Last updated on 15th November 2018

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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?

The Finnieston

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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.