Restaurants, Bars and Cafes
The refurbishment makes the most of the building’s original architecture.
The ten-day-long event is set to be the biggest yet as it takes to the streets for the very first time.
Planning papers say the proposal is to link all parts of the building to make one common facility.
Diners are promised some of the best comfort foods Glasgow has to offer alongside a wide selection of wines, locally brewed ales, beers & spirits.
An initial offering will focus on brunch and a dedicated bakery with artisan cakes, pastries and breads to sit in or takeaway.
The restaurant located at 111 Cleveden Road was slated to open in March with plans put on hold due to the Covid-19 crisis.
The pub is having to reinvent itself in a new socially-distanced landscape.
Glasgow chef Nico Simone has revealed how his Six By Nico restaurants will look when they reopen out of lockdown on July 17.
Cranside Kitchen will be a new free-to-enter outdoor venue, open seven days a week with a food market and beer garden.
A statement talks about having to having to “safeguard and protect” the venue.