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October 'l'l ILRSI)AY 3rd 8.00PM
These bright, bohemian surroundings provide an intimate yet fun approach to
MALT SHOYEL our afternoon. Right in the heart of the Cockbum St., Edlnburgh y Cow i . “m”, 381°" "‘3' “a” "We", a” a 9-00PM , arroiiiiiéfiiiiiﬁ3:323:23? bit hard in the arts world. Theatres, PEAR TREE 3" 9"'°"°s 3"" “‘"mm “a” 3" “$532351” St" FRINGE FIRST FOR FUN realised this and started looking at 10 00mg alternate methods of putting cash in PERSE’VERE BAR FOOD AND FROLICKS.
the coffers. Catering for the art-starved masses has proved a good earner for most of
Easter Road, Edinburgh FRIDAY-1th
New, innotivative artwork courtesy of WASP
Sunday 11am - 6pm 7 Grassmarket Edinbur h
EH1 2 0131 - 229 - 7884
THE TERRACE Canmore St., Dunfermline
and dedicated restaurants is that the diner? *0 "and" 3'91""! "lead Burrell restaurant and the com cafe exhlblts in the evenings, visutors to are housed in art collections rather The Bum" can an!” a Post-Pleﬂdial than standing amne. Ga" Maclean, stroll in “'9 park land surroundings the chat at GGMA and a ﬁnalist in last and 69m patrons can take their eves year’s 1995 American Express Chet 0f 0'! a stual "Ill alound the Adrian
The Year competition has worked with WISZMBYISH murals Whlch decorate nayid cowan, tonne", of One the cafe there. (Jonathan Trew)
the national galleries and museums, ~,' $332th and almost every theatre runs some .. a Waterloo St., Glasgow form of bar, cafe or restaurant. The the gum," Restaurant I 9.00m“ Burrell Collection and the Gallery 0t . . I SATCHMOS Modern Art in Glasgow have just 5‘39"“? mm "mm spices, 39"“ I Battlefield Rd., Glasgow - s stepped up their catering operations WM 5"?"in bean 39'0"“. and I 10.0mm on) and the results are impressive. As of “lawn?” Peals- "3° "‘3'" OWNS - THE BRAZEN HEAD ﬂu“ the beginning or October, both have a bias towards fish and game I Cathcart Rd., Glasgow collections are offering high quality mm 3'] inventwe complemem 0' . SA'I‘L’RDAY 5th A f . . fes‘amrant mea's on Thursday, ingredients adding a 0' - 8 00PM vegetarian and Samara, evenings. secondary ﬂavours. The prices in both I SiNKYS coffee house producing The standard ol the cuisine is easily esmb'iShmems 3'9 ememelv = Piimuir St.,Dunfermline t l f d on a pa, what could be expected reasonable at for a three - m y & to be found on the menu of a serious “WM "‘9‘" 3'“! “3-95 m “'0 . MONTvs an unusual gift shop. restaurant. And indeed, the only mum.- . Guildhall St., Dunfermline difference between these premises “""le 'i "0"” be impossible ’0' - 10.00PM M0“ ' sat 103m ' 8pm I I
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Devonshire Gardens and now head "'8 Billie” 39513013“, 2050 Flag I t t a / I [o ' f chef at The Burrell, to create starters Pallgkshaws 3081’. 532 3910; EUMA 545 3’ 6e 5“ _ M wtgald ' ' ' such as medallions of bare salad Cafe, ﬂueen Street. 51 7484. -
Meadowbanit Stadium. time, the powers that be
Around 80 different real are holding a champion
ales are scheduled ill with beer of Scotland Edinburgh strong representation from competition and the
all the major Scottish winner will be announced
independent breweries as just ill time for the public _: ~. .l a , e. a I 1995 Edinburgh Beer well as their southern to start quafl'lng it. . [‘54 ,I ~ 452‘- ;g I; f- . Festival Meadowbank. counterparts. The CAM RA are promoting y 8 Survivors of CAMRA‘s organisers are keeping the 60/- at the bash and there ' » “"74. " ' f ‘ _ -’ real ale shindig in The full list of available beers will be a number of brews ' . ,GIISQOW~ " Arches in Glasgow will be under their hats at present available at £1 a pint. - l. ‘1- - ‘ ' licking their lips at the but promise that there will 0 ening hours: Thurs 10, “ ' ' “ prospect of the east be the chance to sample 4f/Ipm; Fri I I/SurlZ. coast’s chance to host brews that you‘ve never llum—llpm. Entry £3 another beer fest in had before. For the ﬁrst i including souvenir glass.
Enjoy a superb evening meal in one of the finest rooftop city centre locations in Glasgow. Superb light modern food with a continental touch under the control of Young Chef of the Year national finalist Gary McLean served in
C I A F E the main Cafe or Tower Room.
Evening orders from 6.30pm Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays only
Food for thought
The Burrell Restaurant has been totally refurbished to provide a most impressive dining area offering an excellent menu in the unique surroundings of this superb gallery.
There will be a three course FREE BOTTLE 0F
dinner with 4 choice H0 options at £16.95 with a Dun.” 3353315 3 r or
fine selection of wines. Pan/es 0/4 or more 7
The Burrell Restaurant POLLOK COUNTRY PARK
Evening opening 7-10pm Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays only
Fine selection of wines - No Smoking
- Ample Parking
Please book on (0141) 632 9310
CAi LiiRY Oi MODERN ART
d e s i g n e d b y Fine selection of wines - No a d r i a n w i s z n i e w s ki Smoking Please book on (014nm 7484 Enter by gallery side door on Royal Exchange Square
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