New Year Escape 2018 – Day Three

New Year Escape 2018 – Day Three

Bratislava trip – day three So after sleeping in late on day two, we planned to wake up early and see stuff but it was lazy bones again as we staggered out for “brunch” at 12:30!  Kava.Bar was nearby and had been recommended to us, so we wandered there for someRead More…

Attraction: Mackintosh at the GSA tour

Attraction: Mackintosh at the GSA tour

Take in some Glasgow style at the GSA As a Glaswegian blogger I often find myself in the situation where I’m asked to recommend touristy places in Glasgow. “How about the Tenement museum?” Um. Never been. “What about a tour around the Glasgow School of Art?” Er…aside from the occasionalRead More…

Travel To Do: BierPinsel, Berlin, Germany

Travel To Do: BierPinsel, Berlin, Germany

Bierpinsel Berlin Getting off at U9 Schloßstraße station gives you a bit of advance warning of what to expect at Bierpinsel. The garish colour scheme – all 70’s yellow, blue and red burn into your eyes.  It’s one ugly station! However, it’s also a grower.  After the initial shock weRead More…

Opening date for Atlantic Brasserie, Glasgow

Opening date for Atlantic Brasserie, Glasgow

Not just burgers on St Vincent Street! The burger trend is bucked again with the addition of Atlantic Bar & Brasserie. Located underneath Anchor Line on St Vincent Place,  Atlantic echos the time of the Empire Exhibition. Operated by The Anchor Line Shipping Company for the 1938 Empire Exhibition, theRead More…

Doors Open Day 2015 launched

Doors Open Day 2015 launched

Doors Open Day 2015 for Glasgow is launched It’s nearly time for this years Doors Open Day with the brochure released online and with the Evening Times in Glasgow. This year there are 108 buildings open for snooping about including Garnethill Synagogue, Tennents Brewery as well as the High Court. Read More…

The Anchor Line launches!

The Anchor Line launches!

The Anchor Line restaurant which is in the Anchor Line building on St Vincent Place opens at 11am on Thursday 25th September. This huge scale project is backed by the Di Maggio’s group, who operate Di Maggio’s, Amarone, Barolo Grill and Cafe Andaluz restaurants.       Food wise thereRead More…