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Stravaigin’s survival menu

GLASGOW bar and restaurant Stravaigin is claiming to be the first in Scotland to host a Charles Darwin-themed Phylum feast. Phylum feasts take their...

Leading chefs to cook for charity

GLASGOW’S Blythswood Square hotel will be the venue next month when eight leading UK chefs gather to cook for charity Hospitality Action. The dinner is...

Whisky body to celebrate centenary

THE Scotch Whisky Association is preparing to celebrate its centenary in style this year, with a major exhibition at the Scottish Parliament and a...

Food has never been so good

LISINI Pub Co insists the food at Dalziel Park’s Wide Mouth Frog restaurant is its best ever. MD Lisa Wishart said the recruitment of head...

New club at The Mulroy

RECENTLY-opened Edinburgh fine dining restaurant The Mulroy is to launch a private members’ club. The Mulroy Club will offer a number of benefits to...

Malt goes under the hammer

A RARE Glenfiddich single malt which honours the granddaughter of the distillery’s founder raised £44,000 in a charity auction. The Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve,...

Lindsays’ lawyers up for awards

TWO solicitors from law firm Lindsays are in the running for prestigious awards. Licensing law veteran John Batters has been short-listed in the specialist lawyer...

Pub safety scheme searches for best

A PUB safety scheme has joined forces with drinks giant Diageo to launch its inaugural UK-wide awards scheme. Launched at the annual National Pubwatch conference,...

Merchant to launch new wine school

WINE Importers is planning to open a wine training school at its Livingston HQ. The news coincides with the appointment of Malcolm Ogilvie as the...

George takes gold in events awards

AN Edinburgh hotel has been named among the best in the UK for weddings and conferences for the third year running. The George Hotel was...

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