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  • 210 Bistro

    210 South Market Street, AB11 5PQ

    City Centre, Aberdeen

    Cuisine: Eclectic

    About 210 Bistro

    210 Bistro is a unique venue set on South Market Street in Aberdeen City Centre, which has been designed to meet both the exacting standards of the business community and the casual diner.

  • Bar One - Australia Test

    The Mandarin Club , 2000

    Worcester, Worcestershire

    Cuisine: Eclectic, Modern

    About Bar One - Australia Test

    Bar One, an outdoor terrace with alfresco drinking and dining options is one of the largest outdoor venues in the Southern Sydney CBD.

  • Gin71 Merchant City

    Unit 4 Virginia Court, G1 1TN

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Eclectic, European

    About Gin71 Merchant City

    From serving 70 different varieties of gin to the gin-inspired dining menu, Gin71 is a one-stop shop for lovers of the juniper-flavoured spirit. Tucked away on Victoria Court, in Glasgow’s Merchant City, this evening venue is popular for after work drinks, pre-theatre meals and dinner with friends and family. As well as gin tasting events, they offer a wide variety of gin cocktails along with other spirits, beers and wines.

  • Hummingbird

    186 Bath Street, G2 4HG

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, Bar Food

    About Hummingbird

    Billed as a ‘fantasy escape over four floors’, Hummingbird is in the heart of the city centre party
    circuit on Bath Street. With several bars, a restaurant, club space and a multitude of party pods,
    private rooms and secret corners, you could easily spend a night – or three – in here without seeing
    everything, especially if you have thoroughly explored the extensive cocktail list. The bar offers half-
    price cocktails every Tuesday to Friday.

  • Mini Grill

    244a Bath Street, G2 4JW

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, Scottish, Steaks & Grill

    About Mini Grill

    Beneath street level on Glasgow’s lively Bath Street, Mini Grill is a cosy eatery serving a range of premium steaks and predominantly Scottish themed dishes. Close to Charing Cross and along from the Kings Theatre, our venue is in a prime location for a quick bite to eat at lunch, a pre-theatre meal before a show or an elegant dinner. We use only premium grade and
    ethically sourced local produce

  • Nam Tuk Tram Stop

    2 Partick Bridge Street, G11 6PL

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, Thai

    About Nam Tuk Tram Stop

    Opened in the autumn of 2017, the Nam Tuk Tram Stop is a pan-Asian restaurant on Partick Bridge Street by the bottom of Byres Road. Mixing bamboo fittings, manga murals and hanging silk lanterns, it is a colourful, buzzy spot for a fun meal, an inventive cocktail or a frosty Tsing Tao beer.

  • Niven's By Café Source

    72 Nithsdale Road, G41 2AN

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Eclectic, European

    About Niven's By Café Source

    Niven’s by Cafe Source is the youngest sibling of the popular Scottish restaurant family. With a focus on small plate dishes meant for sharing, menus are built around first class, ethically sourced Scottish produce that blends the modern with the traditional.

  • OUIBar + KTCHN @ Radisson RED

    25 Tunnel Street, G3 8HL

    Finnieston, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, International, Modern

    About OUIBar + KTCHN @ Radisson RED

    Describing itself as a ‘neo-canteen’, Oui Bar + Kitchen at Radisson Red hotel is a chic and unique dining spot. With an interior decked out in red, black and white; cutting-edge design and wall murals by comic book artist Frank Quitely (plus a prime location right next to the Hydro), its cool credentials are plentiful. As well as offering a groovy setting to drink and dine in, the bar is also a social hub complete with TV snug and pool table.

    Oui Bar’s menu offers contemporary cuisine accompanied by fine wine, chilled craft beers and cocktails, all in a striking waterfront location. This would make a great dining choice before heading to the Hydro, SEC, Clyde Auditorium or the many bars of Finnieston.

  • Revolution Mitchell Street

    84 Mitchell Street, G1 3NA

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Eclectic, Modern

    About Revolution Mitchell Street

    After the success of its Renfield Street sister venue, Revolution has launched a second cocktail & dining spot on Mitchell Street. Based in the former Tunnel nightclub, the building has undergone a full refurbishment. Nowadays it is a bright and open space split across two floors, with comfy seating, gleaming wood and a glass-covered fire. Regular events mean that you can hit the dance floor straight after dining, while the weekly Sunday Sessions offer chilled out live music vibes.

  • The Art School

    GSA Student's Association, G3 6PE

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, International, Pizza

    About The Art School

    The Art School is a lively music and events centre on Scott Street. It sits opposite the historic Mackintosh building, just behind Sauchiehall Street. Affectionately known as The Vic, it was first built in 1928 and extensively refurbished in 2013. Part of Glasgow School of Art Students’ Association, it has long been at the heart of Glasgow’s dynamic music, arts and clubbing scenes. It is open to all.

  • The Botany

    795 Maryhill Road, G20 7TL

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Eclectic, European

    About The Botany

    Close to the Forth & Clyde Canal, The Botany Bar & Restaurant has been relaunched from its previous incarnation, The Strathmore. The former 19th century working man’s pub now includes a graceful glasshouse dining conservatory with an outside terrace. Inside the bar area, the original brickwork is still intact with feature tiling and filament bulbs adding a retro-chic charm. The beautiful garden and surrounding parkland is so peaceful that you will soon forget that you are beside bustling Maryhill Road. The restaurant’s name is inspired by the nearby Botanical Gardens, which helped to establish the kitchen team’s vision of bringing a fresh, ingredient-driven menu to the Maryhill food scene.

  • the left bank

    33-35 Gibson Street, G12 8NU

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic

    About the left bank

    Innovative and independently-owned, the left bank is a contemporary bar and kitchen on Gibson Street in Glasgow’s West End. Quirky and cool, but not self consciously so, it has its own sense of style which is evident from its monolithic concrete bar to the muted designer lighting. With a mezzanine area and outdoor bench, it welcomes everybody from morning coffee drinkers to dining couples and groups of celebrating students.

  • The Smokin' Fox

    6-8 Waterloo Street, G2 6DA

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, Modern, Traditional

    About The Smokin' Fox

    Billed as a ‘pub and scullery’, The Smokin’ Fox is on Waterloo Street, next to Central Station in Glasgow city centre. The premises have a long history as a bar and are currently enjoying a new lease of life after a rebrand at the start of 2017. Floor to ceiling windows, leather and tweed seats, crocheted lighting and a beautiful bar give it a very distinctive, modern retro look. Lunching office workers, sports fans, evening diners and after work drinkers keep The Smokin’ Fox, well, smokin’.

  • Vesta

    7-8 Queensferry Street, EH2 4PA

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Eclectic, Vegetarian/Vegan

    About Vesta

    Vesta is a social enterprise restaurant that promises a warm welcome, fantastic bar and healthy feel-good food. Set in the heart of Edinburgh city centre, the menu is bursting with vegan and vegetarian plates, comfort classics and indulgent burgers. Vesta is in partnership with SocialBite, meaning that when you visit you get the option of paying forward a meal or coffee to a homeless person. This means that you can enjoy the twin warm glow of both a slap-up meal and knowing that you’ve helped someone. The restaurant’s decor is cheerful, stylish and rustic, perfect for enjoying a relaxed meal.