When it comes to drinks, classics are served in metal goblets and even miniature plant pots. If all that drinking makes you peckish, you can fill up on the haggis Scotch eggs they're gonna be plating up for free. Time to wave goodbye to all that, and welcome in a shiny new year of health and happiness. Oh and there's a deep-fried Mars Bar for pudding. Then there's the roaming treat sledge and the fully-stocked, eggnog-free bar with Old Fashioneds on tap. This salon-bar offers a banging selection of drinks while they also tend to your barnet. Always wanted to try your hand at haggis making? The Scottish Milk Punch not to be confused with a Glaswegian kiss , is made using pineapple, cinnamon, star anise, coriander, lemon, Scottish Earl Grey tea, barley syrup and hot milk, blended together with Johnnie Walker Black.
Tickets start at £160 early birds, get flappin' and include that open bar and two glasses of Laurent-Perrier Champagne. Of course, there will be Patrón Tequila cocktails including the El Diablo, made with Patrón Silver tequila, lime, ginger beer and Crème de Cassis. It makes sense that Burns Night wouldn't go unnoticed, then. Tickets start from £35, or £45 for reserved seating. They're chucking together some swing classics with a few wee Scottish surprises along the way from the Pete Long Orchestra. . There are a variety of dishes on the menu, which is divided into mains, sides, starters, sandwiches and its brunch menu.
Loosen up your limbs with a couple o' cocktails which celebrate Scotlands legendary ingredients, and we're not just talking about Whisky. This should keep conversation going until nature calls. Candle light celebrations are getting underway at Cantina Laredo this Day of the Dead, where all things death and tequila are giving us life. Oh and there's a deep-fried Mars Bar for pudding. The Lamb Slider, Roasted Chicken and Cubano Traditional Style are popular options.
These delectable serves will be accompanying a special dish of seared Isle of Mill scallops, spiced heritage carrot and haggis crust. Those riding the Veganuary train aren't excluded from the celebrations; there's a vegan haggis though we're yet to learn if this imposter will be addressed or not. The Blind Pig is a pub that offers American cuisine. Rooms from £200 per night, Search on Bing: Search on Bing:. Tickets are £3 and include a Glenfiddich cocktail on arrival, whisky tasting sessions throughout the night and some high energy performances throughout the night. The best way to do this? Talk about lining your stomach.
It can only mean one thing - Burns Night is back. To complement this, we have finished the eye pleasing decor in 1920s style, which offers our patrons a little something different. All of this opulence comes at a price - Gatsby couldn't have thrown those epic parties without his fortune, and if you wanna join this one you're gonna need to shell out a cool £450. The Works After a meal at The Crab Shack in Gorey, head to The Works, located just below Mont Orguiel Castle, for your sweet tooth fix. In true Day of the Dead style, the dessert will be a Passion fruit skull designed with edible flowers. Fuel yourself up with their signature whisky tipples and head to the rooftop dance-floor.
Go on, we dare you. The Bar Monkeys at Callooh Callay Looking to get your super freak on this Burns Night? Check out the full line up over here. A sure-fire way of getting on Santa's naughty list. Ce Soir is a rather confident showboat eccentric, opposed to The Blind Pigs Speakeasy secret hideaway down a back ally. From the 21st-27th January they're gonna be shaking up two bespoke cocktails: a traditional Whisky Sour of Bowmore 15yo whisky, lemon juice and miraculous foamer; and Rob Roy, a blend of Auchentoshan single malt whisky, sweet Vermouth and Benedictine liqueur.
Have a stiff drink in their honour. Expect music, singing, dancing and storytelling, plus street food with some Scottish twists added to the menu. Blade's Oat Nog Blade in Soho is no ordinary bar, and they're serving no ordinary Christmas cocktails this year, either. Spring In Florence Martini Rosso Fernet-Branca Aperol Lemon Juice Maple Syrup Aromatic Bitters Thyme Soda Brazilian Blues Abelha Cachaca Silver Chambord Pineapple Juice Lime Juice Rose Water Activated Charcoal Champagne Vanilla Foam. Dress to the nines for this extraordinary night of glamour and strut down the red carpet to pose for the paps but don't worry, these photos won't end up on the Sidebar of Shame. It is not an excuse to get absolutely trollied.
Oh, and this year it's on a Friday. Head to the Secret Garden at South Place Hotel. Blending Bombay Sapphire, 30et40, Lemon Juice, Peach Syrup, Sugar Syrup and topped off with Plum Bitters, this festive tipple is as delicious as London's iconic skyline which you can enjoy while you sip. Then of course there's the menu of mince pies and Pigs In Blankets. Whisky, haggis, men in kilts. To help see you through 'til midnight, try out The Insta - a Brew 9a twist on the Espresso Martini. The back bar is made from 200 year old French oak carved to perfection and winking bottles and jars give a nod to the apothecary.