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Friday, May 14, 2021


Bad Seeds duo to open eatery at The Shore

The chefs behind Edinburgh dining-at-home service Bad Seeds are to open a new fine dining restaurant in Leith this summer.

New faces on Loch Tay

Two restaurants on the shores of Loch Tay are looking ahead to the busy summer season with revamped offers and new management teams in place.

Wholesalers go wild for Edinburgh food venue

Wholesalers Inverarity Morton and MacDuff 1890 have become the latest businesses to take space at the Bonnie & Wild Food Hall development in Edinburgh.

Hotels group is back in action

Independent Scottish hotels group Manorview has unveiled the results of major investments in two of its properties as it reopens its estate.

Home from home at revamped Highland inn

A home from home in the Highlands – that’s what Crerar Hotels has sought to create at its newly-refurbished Glencoe Inn.

The Gannet swoops on Edinburgh

The operators behind Glasgow restaurant The Gannet will be among the restaurateurs featured in Edinburgh venue Bonnie & Wild when it opens its doors next month.

Ardnamurchan stretches its legs for The Ben

Highland distillery Ardnamurchan is marking the launch of a new membership club with a 180-mile fundraising walk for licensed trade charity The Ben.

Island brewer puts hotel on the market

Arran Brewery is selling the mainland hotel it acquired in 2013.

Support for hospitality kindness campaign grows

A growing number of operators from across Scotland are backing a campaign to encourage customers to be kind to hospitality staff as the sector begins to reopen.

A new face on North Castle Street

Restaurateur Stefano Pieraccini will embark on a new chapter this summer when he opens the doors of his new restaurant in Edinburgh.

A Highland investment

A four-star Highland hotel will reopen next week with a fresh lease of life after a £1.3 million refurbishment.

Experimenting with Glenfiddich

Experimentation was the theme earlier this week when Glenfiddich and SLTN teamed up for an online tasting.

Busby licensee is ready to reopen

An East Renfrewshire licensee has prepared for the reopening of the trade with an extensive refurbishment of his pub’s outdoor area.

Keeping clean with Tennent’s and Glasgow Distillery Co

Tennent's and the Glasgow Distillery Company have joined forces to produce and distribute 11,000 bottles of hand sanitiser to hospitality businesses.

Glenfarclas issues a bartender challenge

Bartenders are being challenged to get creative as the family-owned Glenfarclas distillery launches its 105 Cask Strength cocktail competition.


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