Much like labradoodle, cronuts and chillax, a cabareilidh is two fun things brought together to make one super fun thing.
In this case, Corinthian Club has made a mega-mash-up between a cabaret dinner and a ceilidh dance.
The result? Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together for the cabareilidh.
Enjoy dinner while being entertained by a dazzling variety of colourful cabaret acts and then it’s your turn to take the stage for the ceilidh.
If that sounds like your kind of evening, mark your dance card for this one person Big Deal from the stylish Corinthian Club on Ingram Street in Glasgow city centre.
Fun and fizz
Held in the sophisticated Flying Scotsman room at the Corinthian Club, the Cabareilidh will take place on three dates in August: Thursday 10th, Friday 11th and Friday 18th August.
Your evening begins at 7pm with a welcoming glass of fizz. Dinner and the show are both served from 7.30pm.
The three course dinner starts with chicken liver parfait served with chutney and pea shoots. This is followed by chicken wrapped in bacon with gratin potatoes, roasted root veg and a thyme gravy.
Dessert is sticky toffee pudding, toffee sauce and berries – all finished with your choice of tea or coffee.
The evening will finish in rip roaring style with our traditional Scottish Ceilidh.
The Corinthian Club has just under a thousand reviews on its 5pm Dining page and a combined score of 4.2/5. This is what a recent guest had to say:
‘Lovely food in beautiful surroundings.’ Rating 5/5
It is also highly rated on TripAdvisor:
‘Artistic delight. Step back in time. Met a friend here for cocktails. The setting is a “must see”. Truly spectacular ceilings and coving. Unusual to get such a historic feeling setting as a bar/restaurant.’
‘Fantastic place for drinks. The place was jumping and buzzing well worth the visit. The staff are great and the drink is reasonably priced.’
Life is a cabaret, old chum
Bromance, babymoons and brunch – some of our favourite things are portmanteau words but nothing beats a cabareilidh.
If you fancy a fine meal, fizz, scintillating variety acts and a Dashing White Sergeant or two, then this Big Deal has your name on it.
Possibly in sequins.
Round-up your pals, buy a few and go as a crowd.
Alternatively, this would make a fun date night for those of us who are too old to care that we don’t know what Despacito is.