Where To Celebrate Burns Night 2020 in BristolPosted on: 22 Jan 2020
Haggis, poetry and lots of whisky: Burns Night is on 25 January 2020. Have you made plans yet?
An annual celebration of the life and works of Scottish poet Robert Burns, Burns Night combines food, drink and music.
From informal ceilidhs – a gathering with music and dancing - to black-tie dinners, Burns Night is a chance to raise a glass (or ten) to the pre-eminent Scottish poet.
Here's a list of places you can celebrate Burns Night 2020 in Bristol.
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
Indulge in all the fun of a traditional Burns Night supper at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery.
Boasting whisky and live piper on arrival, a three-course seasonal dinner and a private viewing of the Gallery’s headline exhibition Do you believe in magic? this is a luxurious way to celebrate.
Tickets cost £60 per person. You can book online here.
The Anchor Inn, Thornbury
Looking for a Burns Night feast? Look no further than The Anchor Inn.
Armed with CAMRA award-winning cask ales and top-notch, cosy interiors, The Anchor Inn is getting ready for Burns Night with Scottish-inspired specials.
On the menu for three days only (from 23 January to 25 January), The Anchor Inn's Burns Night dishes include a Berkeley Estate Venison Steak, Pan Fried Sea Trout and Haggis Neeps & Tatties (with a whisky sauce, of course.) See the full menu here.
To book a table, give The Anchor's team a call on 01454 281375.
The Milk Thistle
A Scottish-inspired dinner and whisky pairings – what could be better?
Celebrate Burns Night 2020 at The Milk Thistle: expect a hearty four-course dinner paired with a flight of exceptional whiskies and tutored tasting.
Very limited spots are available, so book soon to avoid disappointment.
Old Market Assembly
It’s a special edition of Assembly Nights: on Burns Night, visit the Old Market Assembly for food, whisky and dancing.
With music from folk duo The Drystones and Mishra Ceilidh Band, tickets for the whisky dram and dance come crashing in at just £8.
Looking for some food to fuel your dance? Grab a ticket for the Assembly’s Burns-inspired dinner for £20 per person.
The Cloak & Dagger
Looking for an excuse to enjoy a bit of mid-week partying? Look no further.
Cheltenham Road’s quirky events space, The Cloak & Dagger, is hosting its very own Burns Night celebration on Thursday 23 January.
Enjoy a traditional three-course dinner and whisky flight with live music throughout the night. Pipers, drummers, prose – the lot!
Book in advance for dinner, or simply pay on the door if you want to enjoy the live performances only.
Hotel du Vin
Enjoy a luxurious Burns Night celebration at Hotel du Vin with a three-course supper and a whisky cocktail on arrival.
Limited spaces remain, so book in advance. Tickets cost £70 per person.
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