Banish the winter blues and raise a toast to Burns Night in Gloucestershire, with an array of events taking place across the county in celebration of the birth of famous Scottish poet, Robert Burns, on Wednesday 25 January 2017.
With everything from six-course taster menus to a whisky masterclass, SoGlos has rounded up eight places to join in with the Scottish tradition this January.
Enjoy some tasty traditions with whisky, canapés and Haggis prepared three ways when Whole Foods Cheltenham serves up a deliciously hearty meal, paired perfectly with wines to please your palate, on Wednesday 25 January 2017.
Don your favourite kilt for Burns Night at The Hollow Bottom when the Cotswold country pub hosts a night of lavish celebration on Wednesday 25 January 2017. With a black tie dress code, guests can devour a feverously good feast including traditional Scottish favourite, Haggis, followed by the finest sirloin of beef, and raspberry cranachan to finish.
Indulge in a whisky masterclass and discover some of the finest spirits to toast Burns Night at The Ox Cheltenham on Wednesday 25 January 2017. Guests can enjoy exquisite selection of tipples from Scottish distillery, Bruichladdich, all accompanied by a board of delicious cheese and meats.
Treat your taste buds and enjoy a superbly Scottish dining experience at The Clarence Social’s Burns Night Supper Club on Wednesday 25 January 2017. Oozing with sophistication, this event promises a whisky and fizz reception followed by a contemporary take on Scottish classics, with this three-course meal set to be a chic celebration at the Cheltenham restaurant.
Brighten up a dull January Wednesday evening and celebrate Burns Night with a scrumptious supper at The Beehive in Cheltenham. The cosy setting in the heart of The Suffolks promises diners traditional culinary delights including Loch Nair smoked salmon and cranachan parfait.
Revel in an evening of decadence and savour a six-course tasting menu when The Wilson Café in Cheltenham hosts an indulgent celebration for Burns Night on Wednesday 25 January 2017. Featuring an innovative menu demonstrating many different ways to serves Haggis, along with a delicious dessert, diners can look forward to treating their taste buds this January.
Saluting Scotland in the best way, Cheltenham’s Harry Cook Free House is offering plenty of chances to sample its special Burns Night menu, which runs from Tuesday 24 to Saturday 28 January 2017. Diners can expect a fresh take on Scottish classics; Haggis, neeps and tatties, along with an array of tempting tipples to try.
Offering hearty Haggis and pleasures for your palate, Tewkesbury’s Roses Theatre promise an evening crafted for the ultimate whisky enthusiast, with delicious nibbles accompanying a selection of Scottish whiskies.
By Sophie Bird
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