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New bar laps up ale

A HOUSE ale specially-made by Perth’s Inveralmond Brewery is one of four ales on the drinks list at The Stag in Aberdeen. The free house...

Operator kept the faith in Kilmarnock

The opening of a new 7 Saints bar posed significant challenges

Three cheers for 30 years

Family marks milestone at Moffat hotel Matthew Lynas reports In the town of Moffat in Dumfries and Galloway, locals and tourists alike were recently treated to four...

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...

A new chapter for family business

Jonathan Watt meets Bearsden operators opening their third eatery 
Pacific flavour in Glasgow’s Partick

Pacific flavour in Glasgow’s Partick

New venue carries tradition of Tiki cocktails into the city’s west end OPENING a Tiki bar and restaurant in Glasgow was nothing new to Pacific...

Behind bars: summer drinks

Stewart Sturgeon, The Castle Tavern, Inverness What key changes do you make to your drinks offer ahead of summer? The Castle Tavern prides itself on being a real...

Dining out at the Douglas Arms

Recent refurbishment adds another string to this Banchory hotel’s bow A CAREER in the licensed trade has seen Douglas Arms Hotel owner Steven Ross travel a...

Great outlook for eateries

THREE Scottish restaurants have been credited with having some of the best views in the UK. The View in Wormit, Fife (right), Metro Bar &...
Chris Lessani and Gary MacCulloch visited venues in the UK capital and beyond as they sought design ideas for The Sanctuary, which launched last month in the former Boho nightclub on Dumbarton Road

New venue seeks Sanctuary in the city

Glasgow club is transformed, as Matthew Lynas reports CLUBS in Amsterdam and London provided inspiration for one of the newest additions to Glasgow’s west end...