In honour of bard, Rabbie Burns, Browns is serving up drams, dishes and delights from 24th to 25th January. Partnering with whisky specialists Glenfiddich, the Manchester restaurant will have haggis, neeps and tatties, 15-year old whiskies, IPA craft beers, Cranachan and more.
Burns Night 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, Burns Night 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 and tatties galore at these bars and restaurants celebrating Burns Night in Manchester.
BrewDog is putting on a top Scottish spread this Burns Night in Manchester as they present guests with a traditional Scottish menu that pairs with Cullen skink and haggis beers with Scottish beers, boilermakers and free pints for those in kilts.
Super-smart seafood restaurant Randall and Aubin have celebrated Burns Night over the past few years, and expect much of the same come 2021. Cooking three delicious courses, including haggis - of course - the space has also given away holidays and bottles of whisky in the past.
Raise a glass with Peru Perdu as The Cotton Factory's resident restaurant puts on a Scottish spread in honour of the great Robert Burns. Think hefty sharing steaks and paired whiskeys at one of the prettiest venues in Manchester.