Monday, April 22, 2019
The number of covers at Siberia was increased from 105 to 130 as part of the refurb.

Business is heating up in Aberdeen

Operator executes major refurb losing just one day’s trade. Jonathan Watt reports
Glasgow-born Gerry Carroll set up Hawthorn in 2014 after working for big players like Whitbread and M&Bs.

Group branches out in Scotland

Hawthorn Leisure boss unveils ambitious growth plans
Lachlan Rooney

Bartender is wise beyond his years

Lachlan Rooney talks to Jonathan Watt about his already impressive bar career

A new chapter for family business

Jonathan Watt meets Bearsden operators opening their third eatery 

A fortuitous find for first timers

Couple aims to mark place on culinary map with Kincardine eatery

Ayrshire outlet is bright eyed and bushy tailed

Kilmarnock venue looking dapper with new operators at the helm. Jack Walsh reports

Contemporary touch for historic Hutchesons

Constructed in 1802 as Hutchesons Hospital, the Grade A listed building on Ingram Street is full of intricate, ornate period features that set it apart from the average venue.

Veterans hatch a brand new venue

The recent reinvention of the space above the well-known Vodka Wodka bar on Glasgow’s Ashton Lane is an indication of what two seasoned operators believe is set to blossom, and last, in the city’s dining scene.
• A new mosaic floor and additional seating, which takes The Citizen to 218 covers, were among some of the key changes to the building.

New eatery retells stories of Glasgow

The DRG’s latest outlet harks back to building’s printing past. Jack Walsh reports
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
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