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Food news with fast service Changes are afoot in Glasgow, where Tony and Linda Matteo, proprietors of the well-loved City Merchant, extend their operations to give a brand new lease of life to the sadly ailing Brasserie in Regent Street. Currently closed for the overhaul, a new look City Brasserie Will emerge shortly making the most of the venue’s Victorian town house feel and its proximity to the City's business heartlands.
The City Brasserie, 176 West Regent Street, Glasgow, 248 3807
David Ramsden of (fitleenry has recently secured new premises in the Scottish Widows building on Morrison Street, Just across from Edinburgh
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International Conference Centre, and hopes to open a brand new bar and restaurant in the late summer. In January of this year his disenchantment with the Leith scene received widespread publicity, and while (fitz)Henry Will remain in its premises on Shore Place for the time being, Ramsden believes the new venture can be a more prominent showcase for what Edinburgh, and Scotland, can achieve in the eating and drinking scene. Full details about the new restaurant have yet to be announced, but expect style, innovation and a stimulatineg idiosyncratic approach.
I (fi'tz)Henry, 7 9 Shore Place, Edinburgh, 555 6625
Meanwhile, back in Candleriggs, Laurie Keith from Bar 91 will open a new venture, Farfelu, in mid-April. At no 89, upstairs from the bar, the restaurant Will make use of the big Windows and warehouse feel of the space. The food Will concentrate on local produce with a market menu. I Farfe/u, 89 Candleri'ggs, Glasgow, 552 5545
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83 Clerk St.
Stone walled smoke-free basement oasis serVing homemade veggie/vegan food — fresh, deliCious and cheap! Lianachan
15 Blackfriars St.
A relaxed Old Town coffee
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111 Hope Street.
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39 Ashton Lane.
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