Features | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 3

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Independence day for city restaurateur

Will Smith makes waves in Clyde coast town, as Jack Walsh reports OFF the banks of the coastal town of Helensburgh lies the capsized MV Captayannis, keeled …

It’s not just for the cocktail venues

Craft spirits are no longer the preserve of high-end city centre bars PUB operators looking to make the most of the recent boom in craft spirits needn’t …

Seasonal snapshot behind bars

Neil Davidson No.10 Bar & Restaurant Aberdeen • Which drinks will prove popular in the coming weeks and why? The gin bubble shows no sign of bursting …

Staff uniforms must be the perfect fit

Suppliers signal importance of quality workwear in the on-trade CONSUMER expectations continue to climb when it comes to bars and restaurants. From the food …

Don’t take any risks with your livelihood

A robust policy is imperative, say commercial insurance firms OPERATORS across the country put their blood, sweat and tears into their businesses, so it’s …

Angels spreads its wings after refurb

Uddingston venue is revitalised by extensive revamp project THE recent refurbishment of the historic Angels Hotel in Uddingston was much more than a facelift: …

Capital news for cocktail culture

Scotland’s growing array of quality spirits is good news for trade THE Scottish cocktail scene passed a milestone last month when Edinburgh became the first …

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