It’s food, it’s wine, it’s culture, and most importantly, it’s the passion of people. Celebrated Argentinian steakhouse Gaucho has recently opened a flagship restaurant in Edinburgh, bringing some South American flare to the Scottish capital’s cuisine quarter. [More]
Did you ever wonder what happened to the old BBC headquarters at Television Centre since the company moved out in 2013? Well the entire site has been completely redeveloped, and part of that has been the creation of the swanky White City House. [More]
Leading fashion house Gucci has just opened a full restaurant as part of its Florence exhibition space, Gucci Garden. With a Michelin Star chef at the helm, it aims to have something for the fine dining lover, museum goer, and fashion aficionado all rolled into one. [More]
The Gardener in Glasgow offers a bright and refreshing bar and dining room, serving botanically inspired cocktails, fresh artisan coffee, light bites and small plates as well as chilled out soulful beats. And true to the name, there’s some greenery, with foliage forming part of the backdrop, appearing along walls and across bold art prints. [More]
With delicious food served on canteen trays, and complete with lockers, coat hooks, books, desks, and memorabilia you can now take a trip down memory lane with The Schoolhouse Restaurant. You might even want to get a detention. [More]
The vision of two brothers to create a sophisticated, modern and luxurious take on Chinese delicacies has resulted in the perfect marriage of food and setting in one of the most extraordinary venues. Welcome to Tattu.
Inspired by the City’s rich heritage, the menu for The Printing Press Restaurant in Edinburgh is as fine and elegant as the beautiful listed Georgian Townhouse it is housed in, whether you are dining in the all-day restaurant or relaxing in the late-night bar.
Named after the Steve McQueen movie of the same name, the Bullitt Hotel in Belfast has everything you need to eat, drink, work and play in the ‘Old Smoke’ on St Patrick’s Day or another other day of the week for that matter.
Welcome to the world of the Hop & Cleaver, a brand new bar and eatery on Newcastle’s Quayside. They smoke their own meats, brew their own small batch craft beers, and love inventing all manner of cocktails. They really are bringing a taste of the States to Tyneside.
If you’re out and about in Newcastle this Bank Holiday Weekend why not have a closer look at our 2 recommendations for somewhere great to eat and drink.