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Burns Night in Edinburgh & Glasgow

The biggest and best events celebrating the famous Scottish poet Drag out your tartan trews and your dancing shoes (or a tartan scarf and expanding leggings!) as this Thursday is Burns Night where Scots around the world celebrate the Bard, Robert Burns. If you are thinking of going out in Edinburgh or Glasgow, here are

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Villiers and Co, Woodlands Road, Glasgow

Is it a wine bar or a cafe? Or both? I’ve always felt that Woodlands Road wasn’t really sure where it sat.  Located just outside the city centre, the eastern end always chops and changes, with West, Greggs, Beanscene, No.1 Chocolate Factory and Insomnia, to name a few, coming and going over recent years. The

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Bottomless brunches in Shawlands at Black Dove

Boozy bottomless brunch at Southside Glasgow’s Black Dove The weekends were made for relaxation, and what is better than getting together with some pals for top grub washed down with cocktails?  Chase those January Blues away with a bottomless brunch. 🍽 Black Dove in Shawlands, on the South side of Glasgow, are launching their Bottomless

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Celebrate Burns Night with Macsween Haggis and Innis & Gunn

Instead of a Burns supper why not try a Burns afternoon tea? Looking for something a little different for Burns Night this year? Then head along to Innis & Gunn Beer Kitchen on Ashton Lane, Glasgow or Lothian Road in Edinburgh. Innis & Gunn are partnering with the makers of Scotland's national dish, Macsween, for

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Glasgow International Comedy Festival

Dram fine comedy coming to Glasgow this March Last night saw the launch of The Whyte & Mackay sponsored Glasgow International Comedy Festival (GICF) programme for 2018.  We joined Fred McAuley and 20 or so other comedians at The Stand Comedy Club on Woodlands Road to down a few Whyte and Mackay-Ball cocktails (their version of

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Aaron Angelo Exhibition at Glasgow GoMA

GoMa, Glasgow Museum of Modern Art I took some time out from lounging around the house and playing The Sims to visit GoMA and take in the current Aaron Angell Exhibition.   Of course the day I decide to do this Glasgow is covered in snow! If you only know GoMA for the Duke and

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Food Review: A’Challtainn, Glasgow

So BAaD it’s good! A’Challtainn (pronounced ‘A Cawl Tain’, Gaelic for Calton, meaning ‘the hazel wood’) can be found in the Barras, it’s part of the ever-evolving Barras Art and Design complex (BAaD), just into the east end of Glasgow, which has been utilised for food festivals, beer festivals, exhibitions, gigs and even the Mini

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Glasgow Foodies Rejoice! Citywide Glasgow Gift Card Launched

  This popped into our mailbox today and it might be something which helps with deciding what to buy for those tricky to buy folks. The Glasgow Gift Card is a prepaid visa that can be spent at your favourite restaurants, shops and leading attractions.  From dining out, distillery tours, or cocktails. Created through tourism business

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A festive day at Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

Organ therapy in the heart of the west end! A trip to Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum is, of course, worth it for all the paintings and exhibits on display (Mr Foodie previously wrote about visiting here) but if you time your visit correctly then you can also enjoy free recitals on the (over) 100-year-old organ,

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Food review: Eat the world with One Star House Party

Five Stars for One Star! One Star House Party isn't a house party and even if it was, it wouldn't stay for too long in the same location. No, this is a travelling pop-up restaurant on the road for 20 months, visiting 20 countries and popping up in 20 different places. The old Ketchup Southside at 1179