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Thursday, February 25, 2021
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Regular articles and general news

SNP win gives SLTA hope on pricing

THE SNP’s emphatic win in last week’s Holyrood election has the potential to be “massive” news for the Scottish trade SLTA chief executive Paul Waterson...

Campaign calls for a fair deal

Activists want a level playing field on drinks legislation A NEW campaign calling for consistency in how licensing law is applied to the on...

TGI sets flair bartending record

Bartenders from TGI Friday’s Scottish venues travelled to London to help set a new world record as part of the restaurant chain’s 25th birthday celebrations. Staff from Aberdeen and Glasgow took part in the ‘most people simultaneously cocktail flairing’ record attempt. Participating bartenders completed a co-ordinated two-minute routine without dropping a bottle and Guinness World Record officials confirmed a new record had been set.

Designers up for awards

Scottish venues and design firms have been shortlisted in the UK-wide Restaurant & Bar Design Awards. Surface ID is in the running for awards in two categories: multiple bar or club, for the Grosvenor Cafe, and pub for Stravaigin, both in Glasgow. Graven Images, has been shortlisted in the independent bar or club category; CM Design Consultants is a finalist in the multiple bar or club category; and Concrete has been shortlisted in the hotel restaurant or bar category.

LP links up with law firm

LEGAL firm Lindsays has launched a new licensing service for members of buying group LP Pub Company. The new deal means members of LP Pub...

Whisky tourism in good spirits

Visitor numbers up 20% in two years, says drinks firm WHISKY tourism in Scotland is booming, with the number of distillery visitors up 20% in...

Scots hotels weather storm

Figures demonstrate resilience of sector north of border, says report SCOTLAND’S hotels are weathering the economic storm, outperforming their counterparts in the rest of the...

NMW hike ‘will hit jobs’ – SLTA

Industry voices concern after Black Wednesday LABOUR called it Black Wednesday, and for the hospitality trade the label struck a chord as the latest round...

Oddbins stores for sale

ADMINISTRATORS acting on behalf of bust off-sales chain Oddbins have put five Scottish stores on the market. Two stores in Aberdeen, one in Inverness and...

Magners makes TV return

MAGNERS will ‘bee’ making inroads into your viewing habits once again with two new adverts which aim to build on the success of last...