EAU DE VIE KEEPS THE FIRE BURNING WITH BURNS NIGHT
A star-studded evening of traditional - and some not so traditional - Burns Night entertainment, with fine Scottish food and rare single malt in a spectacular setting in support of Lebanese for Refugees charities - Solace Foundation.
Every year on the 25th of January, Scots worldwide get together for a night of feasting, drinking, dancing, and poetry reciting in honor of Robert Burns.
An institution of Scottish life dating back to 1801, Burns Night commemorates the life and poetry of one of the world’s most popular writers and lyricists, Robert Burns.
Once again this year, and under the patronage of the Caledonian Society of Lebanon, Phoenicia Hotel invited fans of whisky, haggis, pageantry, poetry, music and Ceilidh to celebrate the 257th birthday of Scotland’s favourite poet, Robert Burns.
Scots and Burns aficionados turned out in high spirits to share in haggis, bagpipes and the poetry on the 30th of January at Eau De Vie, for a night featuring all of the traditional Burns elements, and a sensational selection of Scottish single malt whiskies paired to a traditional three-course Scottish feast prepared by Phoenicia’s Executive Chef Thomas Figovc.
The evening included toasts to the poet and recitals of his work, before the guests took the stage by storm to dance the night away.
Burns Night at Eau De Vie, a Scottish delight to all the senses.