Burns Night at The Three Tuns in Bristol on Wednesday 25 January 2017Posted on: 17 Jan 2017
That magnificent Bristol alehouse The Three Tuns will celebrate the life and poetry of Scottish legend Robert Burns when it hosts Burns Night on Wednesday 27 January 2017.
In true Scottish tradition, they'll be serving up haggis, neeps and tatties alongside some of the finest whiskey known to humanity, all culminating in a resoundingly boisterous, merry finale with authentic bagpipe music and prose.
A Burns supper is generally celebrated on around the birthday of Scottish poet Robert Burns, and the day is also sometimes referred to as Robert Burns Day, Robbie Burns Day or Rabbie Burns Day.
A city-centre, award-winning pub, The Three Tuns has been pouring the pints for Bristol's thirsty punters for many a well-lubricated year, dishing up excellent gastronomy of burgers, pulled pork, homemade snacks and a street-food inspired menu to soak up their superlative selection of real ales and craft beers.
Traditional and welcoming and still boasting many original features, The Three Tuns more resembles a comforting, friendly country pub than a city-based one, and there's also a large outdoor heated terrace, weekly live Irish music, magic shows and seasonal beer festivals.
With so much quality food and drink being disseminated among the celebrating multitudes, Burns Night is unsurprisingly always an extremely popular event that gets incredibly busy, so it would be wise to book a table in advance. You can call The Three Tuns on 0117 329 4310.
You can find out more about this and other events at The Three Tuns Facebook page. The Three Tuns, 78 St George's Road, Bristol, BS1 5UR.
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