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 ground floor will be publically accessible, offering spaces for public engagement events and exhibitions as well as a café.
The restaurant has a warm vibe complemented by honey tones lit with lush lighting, candles and tea lights.
The guest rooms boast fresh colour schemes, accented by rich, seasonal colour features to add brightness and vibrancy.
Macdonald still doesn’t know what caused the injury that left her unable to blow her saxophone.
The experience has been created specifically for larger groups and office parties.
Green councillor Christy Mearns pushed cross-party backing for the measure at committee this week.
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