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Scottish tapas and whisky masterclasses at The Gate for Burns Night

Glasgow pub The Gate is celebrating Burns Night with whisky masterclasses and Scottish tapas

Belhaven managers win trip to New York

Licensees from Belhaven pubs’ highest performing venues in Scotland will be jetting off to New York in April

Port Appin hotel welcomes new head chef

The Pierhouse Hotel & Seafood Restaurant in Argyll has appointed a new head chef

Gamba toasts Rabbie Burns with whisky-themed supper

A Glasgow seafood restaurant has teamed up with Highland Park whisky to host an Orcadian Burns supper

Cathouse rocks out for 30th anniversary with charity fundraisers

Cathouse Rock Club has pledged to raise £30,000 for charity to mark its 30th anniversary

Report confirms pub and bar growth in Highlands and East Dunbartonshire

The Highlands and East Dunbartonshire were the only parts of Scotland to have increased the number of pubs in their areas between 2001 and 2019, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS)

C&C boss to retire

Stephen Glancey, head of Tennent’s and Magners owner C&C Group, has stepped down as chief executive of the company ahead of his retirement in February

Bars rally for Australia

Bars in Glasgow and Edinburgh are doing their part to help victims of the Australian bushfires

Haggis hot dog is best in show

The ‘Scottie Dog’ is available to the trade from this month

New era for Dundee pub

The Mercantile pub in Dundee is set to reopen in April – after a four-year closure – following a major refurbishment

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