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The Glasshouse off the Mile has created a new menu to showcase the perfect selection of dishes for ideal summer dining.

With a move away from warm, rich food for the winter months, the new menu gives diners a varied choice of light, tasty plates to enjoy as the sunshine hopefully hits Edinburgh’s Old Town.

The restaurant – famed as the latest venue for acclaimed Scottish chef Steven Adair – offers contemporary yet affordable Scottish cuisine using the very best locally sourced ingredients.

Its superb location – just off Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in St Giles Street – ensures guests sitting inside or outside will dine in style whilst enjoying delicious cuisine.

The full release is available at the website of Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

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The Glasshouse off the Mile is offering students and their families a sparkling way to celebrate graduation day.

The stunning restaurant, the latest venue for acclaimed Scottish chef Steven Adair, offers diners contemporary yet affordable Scottish cuisine using the very best locally sourced ingredients.

Its superb location – just off Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in St Giles Street – means it is minutes away from the main central venues that will host the graduation ceremonies for Edinburgh students.

A special three course menu has been put together for both lunch and dinner – each offering a complimentary glass of prosecco.

The full release is available at the website of Holyrood Partnership PR in Edinburgh.

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Glasshouse Off the Mile

A new restaurant has hit on winning formula to attract more customers – to increase its prices.

The Glasshouse Off the Mile in Edinburgh embarked on the bold tactic after finding that people were being put off dining because the cost of its dishes were too cheap.

And after bumping up the price of main meals for dinner, new bookings soared by more than 30%.

Owner/head chef Steven Adair said the response to the cost-raising measure stunned him and his team.

The full story can be read on the Holyrood Partnership PR in Scotland website.

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Rick’s, the Edinburgh bar which brought mixology to the mainstream a decade ago, has underlined its cocktail credentials – with a £150,000 relaunch.

The understated makeover gives a stylish-yet-subtle added edge to the city centre basement venue – along with an innovative new cocktail menu from an award winning team of mixologists.

The venue has also enhanced its superb dining, while retaining the uber-stylish hotel rooms which have seen it named one of the best boutique hotels in the world by Conde Nast Traveller.

As part of its relaunch, Rick’s, has shaken up Scotland’s stylish social scene with a gigantic gallon-sized cocktail shaker, sourced specially from New York 

The huge cobbler shaker – which holds eight pints of alcohol – is the first of its kind in Scotland. At two-feet long, the introduction of the shaker is one of the most talked-about among the exciting changes at Rick’s 

The concept of the shaker originates from legendary 1930’s bar, Sloppy Joe’s in Havana – which played host to Hollywood greats John Wayne, Spencer Tracy and Clark Gable.

Rick’s team of expert bar staff, led by acclaimed mixologist Mal Spence, will fill the giant shaker with various cocktails which are then poured into a giant punchbowl while drinkers scoop out drinks with tiny crystal glasses.

The whole experience is known as the Ceremony of the Punchbowl and it’s the first time people in Scotland will be able to try out the drink extravaganza.

* Find out more about Rick’s and its parent group, Montpeliers (Edinburgh) Ltdby visiting the dedicated media centre, which includes news, videos and photographs.

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21212 Uniforms

21212 Uniforms

NKD Clothing has designed a range of outfits for one of Scotland’s most hotly anticipated restaurants which opened this week (Wed, May 20).

Designers at the Edinburgh based corporate couture firm were asked to come up with a bespoke look for both the kitchen brigade and front of house team at Michelin starred chef Paul Kitching’s new restaurant, 21212.

Paul and his partner Katie O’Brien wanted a look which would set them apart from other high-end restaurants and sourced a traditional artist’s smock as the basis for the image they wanted to achieve. The proviso was to create a uniformed approach in all staff being the same and one fluid team front and back of house.

You can read more at Holyrood Partnership, providing media expertise and PR in Scotland and the UK for NKD Clothing.

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