Burns Night 2023 In Manchester

Whether your closet is piled high with tartan or you're just looking for any excuse to indulge in a little too much whisky, the 25th January is here and it's doing Scotland's most celebrated son proud. In honour of The Bard, raise a dram or two, get ready to address the haggis and tuck into neeps 'n' tatties galore with our guide to Burns Night 2023 in Manchester.

Last updated on 19th January 2023

The Bank

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Enjoy a three-course supper and whisky flight celebrating Burns Night in Manchester over five days of feasting at The Bank. From a starter of smoked Scottish salmon with oatcakes to classic mains, you're in for a fine feast at this boozer. As for your tipples? There's Highland Park 12-year-old and Johnnie Walker Black, to name just a few.

The Whiskey Jar

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The Northern Quarter's rustic dram and dinner joint The Whiskey Jar will be bring their whiskey festival to Manchester this January. So you'll have to wait until the 29th to celebrate, but there's five measures and live music with every ticket; what more could you want to enjoy all things Scottish?

A famed whisky spot in Manchester, The Briton's Protection boasts more than 300 bottles of the stuff. Standing proudly around the corner from Deansgate since 1806, this traditional boozer is the perfect place to celebrate Burns Night with a chilled out tipple.

The Gas Lamp

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Sister bar to Pomona Island brewery, The Gaslamp, is not only home to a great range of craft beer, but is also fronting hundreds of whiskys for you to try to celebrate Rabbie Burns on the 25th January; just not all at once, eh?  Better yet, this Bridge Street spot boasts a couple of rare bottles too.