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City hours plan “fatal” to clubs

Proposals to relax 3am licence conditions in Aberdeen criticised by nightclub operators …

New look for Aberdeen pub

AN Aberdeen pub has been relaunched following a refurbishment ahead of its eighth anniversary. Located on Union Street, McGinty’s Meal An’ Ale has been …

Aberdeen board denies extension

ABERDEEN licensing board has rejected a bid for extended hours from the firm behind nightclub Redemption that would have seen it become the city’s first club …

North’s oil price woes continue

Aberdeen businesses shut down as trade in the city struggles Several licensed businesses in Aberdeen have shut or gone into administration in recent weeks as …

Aberdeen boys triumphant

Three Aberdeen bartenders have fought their way into the final of whisky brand Monkey Shoulder’s The Ultimate Bartender Championship in New Orleans. Jonathan …

Tempestuous times ahead for boards

Aberdeen licensing board’s bold policy on overprovision ended up in a ditch a few months ago – and now it seems odds on that Dundee will face a similar …

Oil price hurting Aberdeen trade

The fall in oil prices is said to be having a significant impact on Aberdeen’s hotels, bars and restaurants. The price of a barrel of crude oil has plummeted …

Another two on the Brew

Aberdeen-based beer and bars firm Brewdog has expanded its Scottish pubs footprint with new outlets in Stirling and Aberdeen. The firm launched its first …

A new number in Aberdeen

An Aberdeen bar and restaurant has reopened following a three-month refurbishment. Located in the city’s west end, No. 10 comprises a 90-cover restaurant, …

The first city gin in a century

An Aberdeen bar owner has unveiled what’s claimed to be the first gin distilled in the city for a century. Ben Iravani, managing director of Monkey Bars, the …

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