Burns Night – January 25th – marks the birth date of Scottish poet Robert Burns. Celebrated mainly in Scotland and Northern Ireland, Bristol also plays host to a number of celebrations of the poet’s life. We’ve gathered a list of Bristol-based Burns Night suppers below – if there are any that we’ve missed, let us know!
Saturday. January 21st
Cadbury House Burns Night Dinner Dance – £40 per head in aid of Guide Dogs.
4-course dinner with a “wee dram”, followed by a 10 piece pipe band and disco. See here for details.
Wednesday, January 25th
Source Food Hall & Cafe Burns Supper – £25 per head
Three courses plus “a wee dram”. See here for details.
Maitreya Social Veggie Burns Supper – ticket price tbc.
An evening of food, whisky and poetry – more details available here shortly.
Hotel du Vin Burns Night Celebration Dinner – £50 per head.
A tutored tasting of five Scotch whiskies, followed by a traditional three course sit down Burn’s Night dinner, Scottish piper and a traditional address to the haggis. See here for details.
Flinty Red Burns Night Dinner & Whisky Tasting – £35 per head.
A tutored tasting of amazing single casks and distinctive blends followed by a three course supper featuring the Haggis! See here for details.
Rose Of Denmark Burns Supper – £20 per head.
Three courses, coffee, shortbread and malt, with live ceilidh to follow. See here for details.
Loch Fyne Burns Night – £21.95 per head.
A wonderful evening celebrating our inherent ‘Scottishness’ – a Burns menu with fabulous meat and seafood dishes including Haggis, Neeps and Tatties for those with a taste for the traditional. See here for details.
Avon Gorge Hotel Burns Night – £14.95 for 2 courses, £17.95 for 3.
Choice of a 2 or 3-course meal. See here for details.
Saturday, January 28th
St Matthews Burns Night Celebrations