RESTAURANT customers in Glasgow are showing a healthy appetite for the trade, with Finnieston venue Cranside Kitchen recording 10,000 bookings in under 24 hours.
The venue, in Glasgow’s Finnieston area, adjacent to the SEC, is a joint venture between several of the city’s restaurant businesses and includes outdoor and indoor areas. It plans to reopen at 10am on Monday, 26th April.
In addition to offers from a number of restaurant businesses the venue will include an extensive outdoor beer garden selling draught beer and cider. Customers will be required to book in advance and a full list of participating restaurants will be announced in the coming weeks, with participating restaurants changing each month.
“Our entire team is very happy for the reopening of Cranside Kitchen next month,” said restaurateur Toni Carbajosa.
“Last year, our venture was born in lockdown and soon established itself as one of Glasgow’s best outdoor spaces for relaxing, eating, and drinking. We’re blown away by the number of bookings we’ve received in the last 24 hours, and we’re thrilled to hear that so many past and present customers share our passion for the one-of-a-kind venue we’ve created here on Glasgow’s Clydeside.”