From traditional suppers to pop-up whisky bars, here are the best places to celebrate Burns Night in the city!
The Old Contemptables | 22 – 28 January
For a truly traditional evening, join The Old Contemptables on Edmund Street for a two or three-course meal accompanied by a complimentary dram of Glenfiddich IPA whisky. With a menu that includes Scotch broth, Crofters Pie with seasonal greens and glazed chantenay carrots, cranachan and a selection of whiskey flights, The Old Contemptables Burns Night celebrations run for seven days. Find out more here!
Peel & Stone Harborne | 25 January
Celebrate the life of poet Robbie Burns with a traditional evening of Haggis, neeps, tatties and poetry at Peel and Stone Harborne. With vegetarian and vegan options available, there’s something to suit everyone. From 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, young families can enjoy a child-friendly sitting, which includes two courses and a live poet reading Robert Burns’ An Address to the Haggis. The adults-only sitting takes places from 19.30, where diners can enjoy three delicious courses washed down with a dram of whisky and a live reading. Find out more here!
Hotel du Vin | 25 January
Lead by Glengoyne, this Burns Night evening at Hotel du Vin features traditional celebrations with a few twists along the way. Diners can tuck into a delicious four-course feast, accompanied by a selection of drams and cocktails by Glengoyne, as well as gaining an insight into the life of Robbie Burns. Find out more here!
The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter | 26 January
The Birmingham Whisky Club is heading to Jewellery Quarter to bring their Burn’s Pop-Up to Museum of the Jewellery Quarter before its official grand opening in February. You’ll be able to explore the bar, which has its very own tasting section, whilst indulging in some Scottish snacks. Find out more here!
Hogarths Solihull | January 27
Suit up and make your way to Hogarths’ black tie Burns Night. Alongside a mouthwatering menu featuring Haggis neeps and tatties, roast sirloin of beef roasted potatoes, red wine sauce and Vanilla panna cotta raspberry compote, Scottish shortbread, you can also dance the night away to bagpipes and a Ceilidh band. Find out more here!