City Buzz: Five ways to celebrate Burns Night in Leeds

Crafthouse at Trinity Leeds. Pic: James Hardisty.
Crafthouse at Trinity Leeds. Pic: James Hardisty.
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It’s Burns Night on Monday – here are five ways you can mark the occasion right here in Leeds.


Ox Club at Headrow House. Pic: James Hardisty.

Ox Club at Headrow House. Pic: James Hardisty.

Tuck into a six-course tasting menu at the Headrow House restaurant with scallops, venison, haggis, whisky and more. Tickets cost £35.


Scottish head chef Lee Murdoch will serve a five-course meal with haggis, neeps and tatties. whisky and bagpipes at 6.30pm. Tickets are £65.


If you want to keep the costs down, the city centre venue is hosting a whisky tasting with canapés for a very reasonable £15.


The new pub, which arrived near The Calls last year, will be serving a five-course set menu with hot toddies for £29.95.


Sit by the fire at this cosy Water Lane pub and enjoy whisky tasting, poetry reading and a three-course meal. Tickets cost £30.

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