Tuesday, August 4, 2020
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Aberdeen operators voluntarily close amid COVID cluster

Three operators in Aberdeen have voluntarily closed the doors of their venues temporarily amid a cluster of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city 

Eusebi Deli gets back on track

Eusebi Deli in Glasgow has reopened its doors and is welcoming back customers with a seasonal menu

Star overhauls local pubs

Heineken-owned pub company Star Pubs & Bars has announced extensive refurbs of four pubs in the central belt as part of a claimed £1 million spend in the west central belt

Perthshire hotel and restaurant celebrate local larder

Locally sourced food is at the heart of reopening for two Perthshire venues

A swift solution for pubs and bars

Heineken UK has launched payment and loyalty app Swifty as an easy-to-use solution for on-trade venues – something that’s even more important in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown

Eat Out to Help Out scheme is now live

The UK Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme is now live, with venues able to register at the gov.uk website

The Ben rallies for trade amid crisis

Since its foundations were first laid over a century ago, The Ben (The Benevolent Society of the Licensed Trade of Scotland) has had one fundamental objective: to help those in the Scottish licensed trade who have fallen on hard times

Same coast, different story

Reopening in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdown has been two different stories for restaurateur and operator Stefano Pieraccini

Tobermory pub reopens after fire

An award-winning pub on the Isle of Mull has reopened, 14 months after it was gutted by fire

City chef has all the right ingredients

Glasgow chef Modou Diagne will take the next step in an amazing personal journey next month when he opens the doors of his own restaurant