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An image of Glasgow’s Yorkhill Quay in the 1950s provides a focal point in The Grumpy Goat.

Family herds new pub to west end

Old meets new at The Grumpy Goat IT may be one of the newest venues to open in Glasgow’s west end, but The Grumpy Goat...
Neil Macdonald

A category that evolves over time

Neil MacDonald, regional sales manager at Vimto, talks soft drinks with SLTN
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Taking care of cask at hand

Distiller launches three-strong wood finish range .

City club takes the hai road

Revamp brings glamour of the east to Edinburgh’s George Street A NUMBER of cities have been described as the “Paris of the east” down the...
CUTTING-edge lighting technology and a contemporary glass and mirror gantry are credited with making the bar a focal point in The Loch House at Lochwinnoch.

Raising the bar

CUTTING-edge lighting technology and a contemporary glass and mirror gantry are credited with making the bar a focal point in The Loch House at...

Operator’s view to a grill

PB Devco steaks claim for Aberdeen’s meat lovers

Outlet will go big with summer cider

Pub-goers in Edinburgh will have a wide range of ciders to choose from this month when Old Town pub The Jolly Judge hosts its...

A fortuitous find for first timers

Couple aims to mark place on culinary map with Kincardine eatery
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From the abbey to the Michelin Guide

Wine skills from prestigious eateries have been brought to bear in Edinburgh .
Chinese artefacts and an eastern-style window feature in the main restaurant.

New-look Amber Regent ready to go

Restaurant revamped ahead of major anniversary. Dave Hunter reports