If you haven’t yet got your kilt or bagpipes at the ready, take a look at some last minute ideas for where to spend your Burns Night tomorrow…
Suits, steak and scotch. According to whisky brand Chivas Regal, a gentleman should appreciate all three. Chivas have teamed up with Savile Row Bespoke to host a ‘gentlemanly’ evening at Gaucho in Piccadilly to honour legendary Scottish poet Robbie Burns. They will be hosting whisky master classes and gifting bar guests with sartorially spot-on pocket squares. So why not gather a few of your most discerning friends and head down to Gaucho tomorrow evening to enjoy the celebrations and honour craftsmanship, heritage and modern men’s style.
For more information visit: gauchorestaurants.co.uk
BOISDALE OF BELGRAVIA
When it comes to Burns Night, Boisdale know how to put on a party.
Those of you looking for a true Scottish feast need look no further. With a choice of three set menus featuring four courses of the best Scottish fare and the full ‘piping in the haggis’ ceremony to accompany your meal, you’ll think you’ve been transported straight to the highlands…and for those of you who are dubious about, or newcomers to, haggis, worry not…Boisdale don’t hold back – especially when it comes to the whisky selection.
For more information visit: boisdale.co.uk
THE WHITE HORSE
Despite its somewhat infamous reputation (did we say Sloaney Pony?); you can’t fault this Parsons Green pub when it comes to Burns Night. Each year they put on a riotous evening including pipers, Master of Ceremonies and a five-course set menu; not to mention beer-matching and a brewery-tap takeover. Expect a lot of singing and dancing (no not the ‘reel’ thing, there isn’t room), before the bell goes for last orders and you descend on a nearby nightclub to continue the fun.
For more information visit: whitehorsesw6.com