Where to celebrate Burns Night in London!

Find out where to celebrate the Scottish celebration of Robert Burns this month in London!

Mac and Wild

21st – 25th January 2020

In celebration of Scotland’s most famous poet, Robert Burns, Scottish sensations Mac & Wild will mark the annual tradition of Burns Night with a whole week of shenanigans including Burns inspired menus, a dedicated Burns pop-up with Copper Dog and of course, poetry and pipers. From Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th January, both Mac & Wild Devonshire Square and Mac & Wild Fitzrovia will be celebrating the life and works of Scotland’s most renowned national treasure with endless activities including a Chivas Blend Burns Special MasterclassHighland Park Haggis Making Masterclass in a converted Land Rover, a bottomless whisky brunch and of course, a traditional Burns Night celebratory dinner.

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Burns Night Whisky Tasting at Rotunda

Friday 24th January at 6:30pm

Enjoy a welcome drink before learning about the traditions and origins of Burns night. Taste a selection of blended and single malt Scottish whiskies throughout the evening, guided by a Glenlivet ambassador, alongside a selection of classic Scottish small plates, featuring neeps and tatties, as well as haggis. Experience the long-established address to haggis.

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Burns Night at temper

Saturday 25th January from 6pm

Smoked salmon tacos and an abundance of aged whisky… it’s Burns Night at temper! Join us for a celebratory evening to our favourite Scottish bard… there’ll be a welcome cocktail, a four course menu, optional paired drinks, and a late finish, for those wanting a full night out on the skite.

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Burns’ Night at Fortnum’s

Wednesday 25 January 7-10pm

Join Fortnum & Mason on Burns’ Night for a traditional and delicious evening celebrating one of Scotland’s most-famous sons. As is the long-held tradition, the evening will begin with the Selkirk Grace – the triumphant procession of the centrepiece haggis, its address, and finally, its surrender to the plunging dagger blade of the dirk. An exceptional four-course meal, complete with superb wines and whiskies will follow the ceremony, and entertainment will take place throughout the evening. Book your tickets now for £75 per person, and join Fortnum’s as we pay lively and joyous tribute to the life and work of Robert Burns.

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Burns Night Bash at Skylight

Saturday 25th January 

Join us for our special Burns Night BASH – brought to you in partnership with Monkey Shoulder. Our Burns Night party will feature special guest DJs and party favours all night long – Monkey Shoulder are brining their own unique twist on an “alternative Scottish celebration”. Free Monkey Shoulder cocktail on arrival, Whiskey tasting sessions (sign up on arrival – 3 sessions throughout the night), Twist on traditional poems, Special Monkey Shoulder drink prices all night lon and DJ spinning all night.

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Flat Iron Square

Saturday 25th January

 Flat Iron Square are celebrating Burns Night on Saturday January 25th with a live Ceilidh band in their cosy Whisky Lodge from 6:30pm. Enjoy hot Whisky cocktails and then head over to the party afterwards at Après Ski Lodge until late. Join Après resident DJ Alfie from 7pm as she spins disco, soul and funk until late.

Whisky Lodge Cocktail menu

The Makers Mark S’mores Old Fashioned, £9.50 –  served with a toasted marshmallow

Laphroaig Penicillin  £11 – a smoked serve with Laphroaig, lemon juice, honey and fresh ginger syrup

Highland Park Hot Apple Cider £8.50 

Drink up’s Scotch Whisky Weekend wristband holders can also enjoy a Penicillin cocktail for just £6

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Burns Night at New Street Grill

Saturday 25th January

Top City restaurant, New Street Grill, will be offering a special Burns Night dinner menu, with expertly chosen drinks pairings on Saturday 25th January, for those looking to celebrate the life and works of the Scottish poet Robert Burns in style.

Guests will be able to sit back, relax and indulge on Scottish traditional dishes including: Haggis Scotch Eggs;  Highland Venison with Haggis Bon Bons, bashed neeps and black berry sauce. Vegetarians will also be catered for with dishes such as Josper baked aubergine and celeriac and stilton soup on the menu. The full Burns Night offering can be found below.

Each dish will be perfectly paired with a beverage carefully selected by New Street Grills sommeliers, to match the flavour profiles of the ingredients on each of the plates. The drinks pairings can be found in the menu below.

 
This Burns Night make sure to visit New Street Grill for a menu of Scottish festive delights.
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Burns Night at Byron

Thursday 23rd – Sunday 26th January 

For the first time ever, Byron will bring its celebrated Haggis inspired menu from the Edinburgh restaurant for Londoners to enjoy this Burns Night. Marking the traditional Scottish event with a not-so-traditional menu, the dishes will be available exclusively at its Wellington Street restaurant, Covent Garden, from Thursday 23rd – Sunday 26th January.

The exclusive menu, developed by Byron’s Food Director, Sophie Michell, will feature three Scottish specials:
● The Auld Smokey – a juicy beef patty topped with haggis, melted Cheddar cheese, bacon and BBQ sauce
● Haggis Loaded Fries – Byron’s skin-on fries drenched in onion gravy and topped with crispy onions, pickled onions, Byron cheese sauce and crumbled haggis
● Irn Bru Milkshake – Byron’s famous vanilla milkshake given the Scottish treatment with an injection of Irn Bru. Sounds weird, tastes amazing

All dishes will be available for lunch and dinner from Thursday 23rd until Sunday 26th
January at Byron Covent Garden.

For further information and imagery please contact Pierce Aungier at Bacchus
Email  | Phone: 020 8968 0202 | 07816286082

1 Lombard

Saturday 25th January

MILE Restaurateur Soren Jessen launched 1 Lombard Street Restaurant, Bar & Brasserie in 1998, and celebrated its 21st anniversary in August 2018. Pioneering restaurant dining in the City of London, the Grade II listed former banking hall is situated directly opposite the Bank of England, 1 Lombard Street attracts the local business community for breakfast, lunch, drinks and dinner, and serves a modern British menu with international influences, overseen by Executive Chef Robin Freeman. The interior features large windows, vibrant artwork, and a central domed ceiling, designed by Pietro Agostini, which houses The Dome Bar and seats up to 14. Danish- Born Soren also launched Ekte Nordic Kitchen in the nearby Bloomberg Arcade in April 2018. 

 

EVENTS Burns Night: On both 24 and 25 January, 1 Lombard Street will host their annual Burns Night celebration. Kicking off at 7pm with a bag pipe performance, a three-course dinner will be served (£48pp excluding drinks) with options including Cock-a-leekie soup; Haggis, neeps and tatties; and Cranachan. At 8.30pm guests will enjoy a performance of the traditional Address to the Haggis, followed by a toast to the Haggis.

 

Call 020 7929 6611 or email reception@1lombardstreet.com to book.