Restaurants, Bars and Cafes
The new venture includes an outside seating area that promises to be a venue for “wining and dining on the street” and a “meeting place for the community”.
The restaurant has a warm vibe complemented by honey tones lit with lush lighting, candles and tea lights.
The restaurant’s managing director reveals the premises had to close earlier this year because of “spiralling costs”.
Alan is the man behind city institutions, including Urban Bar & Brasserie, Vroni’s Wine Bar and Blue Dog.
The place has a wonderful ambience, with people casually dining around the bar area and window seat stools.
The concept, which has taken hold in London, is a way of keeping things fresh and exciting for customers.
Girls For Notre Dame initially started as a small group of parents but has seen support grow in recent weeks.
Only two other restaurants in the city employ the position. It the first time the Finnieston restaurant has taken on a sommelier.
The new chef will continue the restaurant’s strong ethos for using fresh, seasonal, locally sourced and where possible organic produce.
The A-Listed building is currently being renovated to provide shops, restaurants and a gym in the heart of the West End.