As the year draws to a close, what better way to celebrate new beginnings than by joining the festivities at The Lookout – an exciting partnership between Edinburgh restaurant The Gardener’s Cottage and Collective, the organisation that has redeveloped the City Observatory site on Calton Hill.
They say the culture of a country is best reflected in its cuisines. True to his Italian heritage, Chef Nico Simeone is set to bring a haven of taste and authenticity to Edinburgh’s Six by Nico this Autumn, as he launches the restaurants latest theme and tasting menu. Famous for the evolving six course tasting
Divino has unveiled a fabulous new menu created by talented Head Chef, Francesco Ascrizzi, reflecting the wide variety of styles and delicious flavours that are served across Italy. The new menu showcases seasonally inspired traditional dishes infused with ingenious touches and contemporary twists using only the freshest and finest ingredients. Choose from delicious antipasti dishes before
Le Di Vin, the chic wine bar in Edinburgh’s Randolf place is the proud purveyor of a glorious selection of wines. The impressive wine display is understandably the focal point of this elegant bar, dominating the room aside a range of convivial seating areas, a few intimate corners and a magnificent mezzanine floor.
Refreshing gin cocktails, al fresco dining and a chilled retreat from the city heat are this season’s main attraction at Hotel Du Vin Edinburgh, as the Caorunn Summer Garden opens for the just in time for the to enjoy the glorious sunny weather. Caorunn (pronounced Ka-roon), the beautifully handcrafted Scottish gin, has taken over the
One of Edinburgh’s most magnificent Old Town venues will re-open to the public next week as Grand Café at the Scotsman gets set to welcome guests following a six month restoration on 28th June. Inspired by the ‘Grand Cafes’ of Europe, the new North Bridge venue promises a welcoming, relaxed drinking and dining experience to
Sponsored by Franklin & Sons, The Great British Gin Festival will be hosted at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow’s East End, just a stones throw from the quirky and unique art centre, Barra’s Art and Design (BAAD). Offering the opportunity to sample over 100 different gins from around the world, talks and presentation, cocktail demonstrations and even
Edinburgh’s thriving restaurant scene will welcome its newest member, 83 Hanover Street later this month. This, the first dining project from former Gleneagles restaurant manager and owner of acclaimed Edinburgh bar 99 Hanover Street Juan Jose Castillo Castro, and his partner Vanessa Alfano, is set to bring a unique culinary blend of Scottish produce with Chilean flavours to the city.
Back by popular demand, Foodies Festival – the UK’s biggest celebration of food and drink -returns to Inverleith Park, Edinburgh on the 3rd – 5th August 2018. A mouth-watering summer event this year includes the launch of a brand new Musicians Against Homelessness music stage. The festival will celebrate live music well into the night
Balgove Larder, a farm shop just outside St Andrews, is well known for its commitment to selling locally reared, stalked, caught and handmade foods and aims to celebrate the unique and high quality provender Scotland is famed for. The team behind the farm shop also enjoy a reputation for hosting foodie events which celebrate Scottish produce,
Set in the magnificent grounds of Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park, House for an Art Lover combines an art gallery and exhibition space, café, multipurpose artists’ studios and magnificent visitor attraction into one unique and inspiring venue.
Nico Simone, the genius behind the immensely successful ‘111 by Nico’ and ‘Six by Nico’ restaurants in Glasgow’s West End, has announced a new venture, ‘Six by Nico Edinburgh’. This new addition to the New Town will replicate the concept of his Glasgow ‘Six by Nico’ venue, with an evolving menu which changes every six
With blue skies finally peeking through the shoals of Scottish cloud it looks like Juniper Festivals have chosen just the right time to get us in the mood for some spirited drinkipoos. Their bang on trend fiestas have become a fixture in the Gin lover’s calendar, and this year both Glasgow and Edinburgh will host
Top chef Nico Simione sure likes a challenge. Not content with running his trailblazing 111 restaurant where he offers Michelin standard dishes at reasonable prices, his brand new venture aims to bring a six course tasting menu to eager foodies at a mere 25 quid a head. Opening on the 14th March in Finnieston, Six