Interview | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 5

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Match fit revamp

Sports haunt has a major facelift When Glasgow institution Coopers opened its doors for the first time in the city’s west end in 1868 it was as a shop – …

Brewing it right

Glendola Leisure Group gets in on the beer scene in Glasgow In Scottish brewing, shilling categories were once based on the price of a beer per hogshead, which …

New venue is a real Luca

Riva Restaurants adds a touch of glamour to Kilmarnock with latest bar and restaurant. Jack Walsh reports Stepping into Bar Luca onto imported Italian mosaic, …

New bar roars into life at Stirling hotel

Cronies launched in 200 year old Golden Lion after contemporary makeover At more than two centuries old and boasting Robert Burns as a past guest, who not only …

Hip to be square

Dexter family adds to its city centre portfolio with Obu. Jack Walsh reports When you have a winning formula, it makes sense to stick to it; and that’s …

Fit for the King’s

Rigatoni’s expands with launch of second restaurant in Edinburgh By Jack Walsh FOR the Molfinos, family has long been the lifeblood of their business. …

New tricks at The Newport

Couple overhaul venue by the River Tay Matthew Lynas reports Regeneration is the name of the game on the banks of the River Tay – and while Dundee’s …

The new face about town

Conversion of former pub creates Italian restaurant in Paisley Having operated Italian restaurant Trattoria Roma in Johnstone for several years, Indrit Mataj …

Italian style in west Scotland

It’s been a busy year for Paisley bar owners, finds Laura Coventry STUDYING for a final exam, writing a dissertation and launching a new wine bar – Paisley …

Fresh new look for historic inn

Buzzworks puts a contemporary spin on 300 year old Stewarton pub At more than 300 years old, The Mill House in Stewarton – the newest venue to join the …

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