Interview | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 15

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Inn with the new at Atholl

Latest stage of refurb takes in historic bar, as Gillian McKenzie reports YEAR-round trade thanks to a raft of local events was one of the deciding factors in …

Maclay bags a new spot in the west end

Craft beer bar Munro’s is motoring along nicely, as Gillian McKenzie reports IT wasn’t Scotland’s dramatic mountains that inspired the name of Maclay …

Life is good as La Vita makes south side debut

Restaurateur Marco Arcari relished his role as project manager, as Gillian McKenzie reports WHEN Marco Arcari says he knows where every screw, pipe chase and …

Circus lights the way for resurgent circuit

Cirque is the latest venue helping to restore Queen Street as one of Glasgow’s most vibrant late-night areas A NEW circus has rolled into town – and it’s …

Stag shows strength in famous Aberdeen site

Operators aim to bring back the glory days at The Stag A NEW chapter has opened in the story of one of Aberdeen’s most cherished pubs. The Star & Garter …

Project ran smoothly

THE project to restore the former Star & Garter in Aberdeen, reborn last month as The Stag, took five weeks from start to finish. Co-owner Alan Aitken said …

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 will also offer the …

Rotunda comes back round to Italian roots

Son of original manager and his team breathe new life into riverside restaurant 25 years on. THE decision to acquire Glasgow’s North Rotunda building and …

Original menu offers food for thought

ORIGINAL menus from the North Rotunda’s first stint as an Italian restaurant provided inspiration for the food offer at La Rotunda. Twenty five years after …

New direction for family-run hotel

A FAMILY business in Lanarkshire is looking to expand into events following an extensive refurbishment. The Station Hotel in Shotts has been owned by the …