Burns Night in Manchester
Burns Night in Manchester - The celebration of all things Scottish thanks to the revered and respected poet Robert Burns. We may be south of the border but there's still plenty of haggis to be had and drams to be drunk, right here in Manchester. From whiskey bars to restaurant bars, a host of incredible venues will be hosting Burns Night Suppers across the city and we're here to help you pick the best of the bunch. So iron your kilt, crack out the Glenmorangie and check out our recommended Burns Night Suppers in Manchester.
Last updated on 5th January 2018
What’s better on Burns Night in Manchester than eating? Feast on several courses of Scottish delicacies (including some tasty, tasty haggis), as well as cheese and Copperdog whisky cocktails.
Get your Burns Night whisky tasting in Manchester right here! The Britons Protection is letting you sample six whiskies, with the Whisky Lounge’s resident experts on hand to entertain and inform you about the dram throughout.
Get the Scottish experience even if you aren’t a fan of whisky at Alston Bar & Beef. The perfect restaurant for Burns Night in London, get your fill of delicious Scottish steak while toasting each other with one of the biggest gin collections in the city.
Taste your way through several different whiskies at the Bridge Tavern for Burns Night in Manchester, as you learn about the complexity and character brought about from the ageing process.
Printworks pub, The Old Wellington are celebrating Burns Night in Manchester with four days of beautiful banquets. Their Burns Night supper offers Cullen Skink, Haggis Neeps and Tatties and drams of whisky for those looking to tuck into to an authentically Scottish meal this weekend.
Northern Quarter's rustic dram and dinner joint The Whiskey Jar will be utilising their in-depth knowledge and vast selection of Scotch whiskies on Burns Night. Perfect any time of year for a rich, powerful whiskey and a bite, but even more fitting when celebrating all things Scottish on Burns Night.
Brewdog are putting on a top Scottish spread this Burns Night in Manchester as they present guests with not only a traditional Scottish menu with cullen skink, haggis and more, those tucking in with a ticket can also enjoy paired whiskies and beer to boot in honour of bard, Robbie Burns.