September, 2016 | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 3

Scottish Licensed Trade News

A taste of the Mediterranean

Independent restaurant owners aim to breathe new life into Glasgow’s Greek dining scene. Jack Walsh reports Stepping into Halloumi on Glasgow’s Hope …

New resort to land on the shore?

A Boutique hotel, restaurants and lodges form part of a plan for a proposed major new leisure resort on the banks of Loch Lomond. Scottish firm Flamingo Land …

Field of dreams

Food is at heart of revamped pub Quality pub food is very much at the heart of a newly reopened West Lothian venue. The Fork & Field, formerly The …

Toasting those festive spirits

Premium variants and cocktails set to be popular again IT’S the time of year when bar, pub and restaurant customers will often be open to trying something …

Thinking outside the box this Christmas

Soft drinks and non-alcoholic alternatives mustn’t be forgotten during festive period It’s no secret that, in the weeks leading up to Christmas, pubs …

Chance to rein in bonnie banks business

OPERATORS looking for a venue capable of cashing in on Scotland’s outdoor tourism industry could pick up a winner in Balloch. Trading as a licensed …

Seeing double in Dumfries

Cocktail and wine bar with bistro on the market Prospective buyers seeking a business with a bit of diversity may find what they’re looking for in Dumfries …

Footy booze ban is going nowhere

A recent licence ruling isn’t likely to bring alcohol back to grounds Has Scottish football started a journey towards the return of alcohol to football …

Campaign offers support for staff

Benevolent society offering financial aid to trade workers Licensed trade charity The Ben launches a new campaign today (September 29) encouraging current and …

Contactless card use is on the rise

CONTACTLESS payments are on the rise, according to new research from Mintel. Over one third of consumers used the contactless feature on their credit or debit …

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