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I Iam~l lprn. Iiighteen different types of beer ayailable at the last count including I’elican ( I litre French). Sol ((iold medal-winning Mexicn ). ()ranjeboom and something called ( ireen Rocky from Denmark. which is green. Also (‘Iausthalen the most palatable. and unadulterated. low-alcohol lager around. I GTOSVEDOIZI) 28 Shandwick Place. 326 457‘). Mon- 'I‘hurs 11.30am midnight;
I‘ri Sat I 1.30 lam; Sun noonr I lpm (open at 9am every day except Sundays for coffee. croissants etc). Agreeable bustling cafe atmosphere on hot days when the French windows are open. Becksand
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I P.J. Clarke‘s SIIQueen Street. 230 2052. Mon—Fri 9am— lam; Sat noon—- 1 am; Sun noon—2.30pm.
030—] lpm (open for food all day Sundays. otherwise noon—2.30pm. (i.3(lpm—midnight). Becks. .‘vlcliwan's and LA lager on draught. also ten or so imported beers. mostly American. including Rolling Rock and Budweiser. Handy ceiling mirrors for indulgent self-perusal should you find yourself on the ﬂoor.
I The Watertront Wine Bar in l.eith has recently been yoth ‘Best \Nine Pub in Scotland‘ by the Scottish Wine and Spirits Association and J 6: (‘1 Thomson wine merchants of Perth. The award takes
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into account. the range of E wines on offer. prices. knowledgeability ofstaff. quality of food and general ambience. The Waterfront also sells some unusual beers — ‘Guest beers' at the moment are Funck from Luxembourg. Alfa. and a Brazilian rice beer called Brahma — for every bottle of Brahma bought. at £1 .20 each. a small percentage goes towards saying the Brazilian rain forest.
I The ill-fated Aye Japanese restaurant in Queen Street has finally given up the ghost and been reincarnated as PJ Clarke‘s New York Cate. ’l‘om I-‘inlay. ex-Antiquary in St Stephens Street. is co-owner. and
manage ress May Paton used to manage Bianca's in the West end. The large and rather attractive space inside is now a waitress-service bar upstairs (with newspapers) and American diner downstairs. They also do brunch all day on Sundays. cocktails. and deli-style snacks upstairs. I The management ofthe Wine Well off-licence in Chambers Street have opened up the basement under the shop as a wine bar. calling it CellarNo1.
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Bare boards and curios on the wall add to a relaxed atmosphere. but I think the bear‘s head might be a bit over the top. Interesting looking food is also on offer (even the bar rolls haye things like smoked ham and asparagus in them). I Stockbridge should soon have its own Malaysian restaurant ~ rumour has it that both (iraham Allison. owner of Negociants. and the proprietor ol the Singapore restaurant on the High Street fancy the premises of Chez Julie in Raeburn l’lace. Malaysian cuisine is quite trendy at the moment among a younger. slightly yuppie. yaguely health-conscioUs but gastronomically adyeiiturotis set. so Stockbridge is just the place for such a yenture. I Madogs has just reyamped with new buffet bar downstairs and American style ritzy restaurant upstairs (to open 2 June). I Pastiticio North Bridge. Official opening 9June. The latest in a large chain of fresh pasta restaurants. Open everyday noon—midnight. it offers a welcome alternative to the ubiquitous pizza parlour. Glasgow/burl news new issue.’
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