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  • Alston Bar & Beef

    Central Station, G1 3SQ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Traditional, Steaks & Grill, Bistros & Brasseries

    About Alston Bar & Beef

    Tucked away under Glasgow’s Central Station and entered via the station’s Gordon Street entrance, Alston Bar & Beef is an atmospheric Scottish restaurant and gin bar. Built over the site of the 19th century Alston Street, the restaurant has a quirky decor that features tiled vaults, huge mirrors and lights made with decanters. The bar offers a good selection of intriguing cocktails along with some 50 gins, around a dozen of which are Scottish.

  • Biddy's

    94-96 Grassmarket, EH1 2JR

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Traditional, Irish

    About Biddy's

    Located in Edinburgh’s Old Town, Biddy’s is an Irish pub and restaurant on Grassmarket with a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere. Serving hearty dishes made with locally sourced produce the restaurant prides itself on authentic homemade cuisine as well as their extensive selection of Irish whiskies. Biddy’s is open until 1am all week with live music everyday night and provides plenty of sports coverage, especially for hurling and Gaelic football.

  • Brasserie at Melville Castle

    Melville Gate , EH18 1AP

    Dalkeith & Surrounding, Midlothian

    Cuisine: European, Traditional, Bistros & Brasseries

    About Brasserie at Melville Castle

    Brasserie Restaurant is a much loved feature of Melville Castle Hotel on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Now a family-run hotel, the castle has a colourful history. Both Queen Victoria and Mary Queen of Scots have visited. As the name suggests, the Brasserie Restaurant and Cellar Bar are in the cellar of the castle.

  • Brasserie on George Square - Millennium Hotel

    40 George Square, G2 1DS

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Scottish, Traditional, Bistros & Brasseries

    About Brasserie on George Square - Millennium Hotel

    Fresh Scottish ingredients, contemporary cooking and a prime city centre location power Glasgow’s Brasserie on George Square.

  • Gailes Hotel - Zest Restaurant

    Marine Drive, KA11 5AE

    Irvine, Ayrshire & Arran

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Vegetarian/Vegan

    About Gailes Hotel - Zest Restaurant

    A short walk from the popular Gailes beach, The Gailes Hotel is on Marine Drive in between Irvine and Troon. A family-owned, four-star luxury hotel with golf and spa facilities, it has a welcoming bar and restaurant called Zest. Warm walnut and gorgeous soft furnishings create a modern, contemporary look inside the restaurant. When the sun is shining, the comfortable seating of the outside terraces provides an elegant setting for a glass of wine or cold beer. The Gailes Hotel is part of the SimpsInns group.

  • Golf Tavern

    30-31 Wright's House, EH10 4HR

    South Side, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Traditional

    About Golf Tavern

    Established in 1456, The Golf Tavern is on Wright’s Houses in Bruntsfield, next to the Links and the venerable short-hole golf course from which its name ultimately derives. Sporting memorabilia and eclectic bric-a-brac cover the walls while the big screens deliver all the sports action.

  • Knock Castle - Restaurant and Bar

    Drummond Terrace, PH7 4AN

    Crieff, Perth & Kinross

    Cuisine: European, Traditional, Bar Food

    About Knock Castle - Restaurant and Bar

    Knock Castle Hotel in Crieff enjoys fantastic views over the town and out to the rolling hills of Perthshire. Sitting in its own woodlands grounds, the hotel is on Drummond Terrace in a quiet neighbourhood of Crieff.

  • Missoula Glasgow

    110-114 West George Street, G2 1NF

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional

    About Missoula Glasgow

    ‘Music, food, cocktails’ is the motto at Missoula and they provide all three with a smile. Note that while the bar’s address is West George Street, the main entrance is on Renfield Street, just around the corner.

  • Old Loans Inn

    31 - 33 Main Street, KA10 7EX

    Troon, Ayrshire & Arran

    Cuisine: British, Vegetarian/Vegan, Traditional

    About Old Loans Inn

    The Old Loans Inn is a country pub, restaurant and boutique hotel on Main Street in the quaint village of Loans, on the outskirts of Troon. Originally an 18th century coaching inn, the hotel’s restaurant has won several awards for its excellent restaurant and bar menus.

  • Pieminister

    53 Church St, M4 1PD

    Northern Quarter, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern

    About Pieminister

    The first Manchester branch of the Pieminister family, this pie-oneer opened on Church Street, in the heart of the Northern Quarter, in 2013. Featuring a ground floor and mezzanine level, it is simply decorated with bare brick walls, tongue and groove panelling, white tiles and fashionably retro industrial lighting. It has a friendly, laidback vibe and visitors are as welcome to pop in for a daytime pie and a read of the papers as they are to drop by for a full evening meal, perhaps with a couple of ciders or a craft beer. The staff are happy to recommend pie and pint pairings.

  • Spencer's Bistro

    43-45 Salisbury Road, EH16 5AA

    North Edinburgh, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Traditional

    About Spencer's Bistro

  • The Bothy Restaurant & Drinkery

    The Murrayfield Hotel, EH12 6HN

    Haymarket, Gorgie & Dalry, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: European, Scottish, Traditional

    About The Bothy Restaurant & Drinkery

    The Bothy Restaurant & Drinkery is part of the Murrayfield Hotel Family. Located in Edinburgh’s West End, just a short distance from the city centre and minutes from Haymarket train station, it’s the perfect destination for business, leisure or family occasions.

  • The Butterfly And The Pig

    153 Bath Street, G2 4SQ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Traditional

    About The Butterfly And The Pig

    Part of an expanding family of venues, The Butterfly and the Pig is a quirky bar and kitchen on Bath Street. With mismatched furniture, distressed wallpaper and vintage crockery, it has an endearingly laidback ambience.

  • The Cellar Door

    44-46 George The IV Bridge, EH1 1EJ

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Scottish, Modern, Traditional

    About The Cellar Door

    Tucked away under George IV Bridge, The Cellar Door is a welcoming Scottish restaurant. Once a printing press, the split-level dining room is decorated in a jaunty style with feature lighting and a sleek set of designer stairs leading to the mezzanine. Look out for the 21st century take on the mounted stag head.

  • The Plumpy Duck at Bowfield

    Bowfield Hotel & Country Club, PA9 1DZ

    Johnstone, Renfrewshire

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Seafood

    About The Plumpy Duck at Bowfield

    Opened in the summer of 2017, The Plumpy Duck was launched as part of a refurbishment of The Bowfield Hotel & Country Club in Howwood, Renfrewshire. With richly upholstered chairs, wooden beams and cosy booths, the restaurant has a comfortably rustic feel. It is a welcoming space for family groups, couples, working lunches, afternoon tea and morning coffees. The area around the open fire in the lounge is popular for pre and post-dinner drinks.

  • The Witchery By The Castle

    Castlehill, EH1 2NF

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Traditional

    About The Witchery By The Castle

    Romantic, historic and utterly unique, the Witchery has been wowing discerning diners in the capital since the 1980s, serving Hollywood A-listers alongside loyal locals. The décor is an undeniable part of the appeal, all carved panelling, lush drapes, exposed beams, heraldic insignia and gilded ceilings, reflecting the building’s 16th-century origins. Candlelit tables offer intimate ambiance, while the cuisine lives up to the surroundings, with the emphasis on high-quality Scottish seafood, beef, lamb and game, elegantly prepared and presented.

  • Three Sisters

    The Three Sisters Bar, EH1 1JS

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Traditional, Bar Food

    About Three Sisters

    Located on Cowgate in Edinburgh’s Old Town, Three Sisters is a trendy pub and restaurant serving traditional bar food. The informal, laid-back venue is part of the Central Hotel and just a few minutes from the famous Royal Mile. Wheelchair-accessible, Three Sisters often broadcasts sporting events on their big screen and has proven to be popular at weekends with stag and hen parties.

  • VISTA at Gleddoch

    Gleddoch Hotel, Spa & Golf, PA14 6YE

    Paisley & Renfrewshire, Near Glasgow

    Cuisine: Scottish, Traditional

    About VISTA at Gleddoch

    Vista restaurant is part of Gleddoch golf and spa resort by Langbank. Once the home of the shipping baron, Sir William Lithgow, Gleddoch sits in over 360 acres of countryside. The aptly named Vista restaurant has gorgeous views of the River Clyde, Ben Lomond and the rolling hills of Renfrewshire. The hotel had a multi-million pound refurbishment at the end of 2016/beginning of 2017 and it looks as spectacular as its surroundings.

  • Waterside

    The Waterside Hotel, KA23 9NG

    West Kilbride, Ayrshire & Arran

    Cuisine: Seafood, Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern

    About Waterside

    The Waterside Restaurant and Bar is part of the family-owned SimpsInns group on the Ardrossan Road by West Kilbride. With views across the Firth of Clyde to Arran, the property makes the most of its stunning, water-edge location.