Interview | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 10

Scottish Licensed Trade News

A St Patrick’s first in Glasgow

Pub warms up for its first big Irish event since launch STAFF at Irish-themed Glasgow bar Kitty O’Shea’s are preparing for the venue’s first ever St …

No stone unturned as The Busby is rebuilt

East Renfrewshire hotel project marks new approach for Manorview, as Gillian McKenzie reports CRISP white render and cedar wood cladding, a contemporary glass …

Colessio shines bright in Stirling

Perseverance pays off for Steven McLeod, as Gillian McKenzie reports PLUSH cream leather booths studded with sparkling Swarovski crystals, luxurious black …

Coming back to life

Refurbishment breathes new life into a club that lay dormant for over a decade IT’S been lying dormant for 12 years, but now a forgotten Edinburgh nightclub …

New chapter for Elgin venue

Business is booming on the back of refurbishment, says Scribbles owner WHEN Faith Houlding was first considering a revamp of her Elgin restaurant, Scribbles, …

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 features more than a few nods to the …

The Raven lands in city

Maclay Inns refurbs outlet to create a family-friendly local in Glasgow WHEN Maclay Inns bought the former Bay Horse pub in Glasgow, the company’s intention …

Rusks’ restoration revives city landmark

Hutchesons opens after husband and wife team complete two-year refurb IT was love at first sight for husband and wife team James and Louise Rusk. The pair, who …

Capital bar gets the Greene light

Pub company’s latest outlet opens after major refurb project AS one of Edinburgh’s busiest transport hubs, the Haymarket area attracts a huge cross-section …

Platform 5 pulls in to Haymarket

Belhaven targets further expansion of managed estate as Edinburgh pub opens A NEW Platform has appeared in Edinburgh’s Haymarket. But it is not in the …

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