Going to The Dogs? With the clock having passed 1.30pm and lunch having not yet been taken, I headed to The Dogs because it’s one of my favourite places in the city. But this was not a lunch without malice aforethought. I’d noticed a post on their Facebook page that set out action owner David …

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305 Cafe I noticed that the Colonial Coffee House – a place I did not enjoy on one brief visit – was no longer trading and a new place had sprung up from its ashes. Called 305 Cafe, I popped in to give it a look not long after it had opened.Exterior Indeed, it was …

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Taisteal I’d been meaning to visit Taisteal – where Field Grill House and before that Buffalo Grill traded on Raeburn Place – for quite a while. I was glad to tick it off my list on a lunchtime visit towards the latter part of the festive season.Exterior Chef Gordon Craig, who was previous an integral …

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Britannia Spice Having opened around the turn of the century to considerable acclaim, Britannia Spice at the Ocean Terminal end of Commercial Quay, had oddly eluded my attention until a crisply chill recent evening took me to its door.Tired interior The name obviously alludes to the nearby Royal Yacht Britannia which is one of the …

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East End Grubcrawl Our Beer Man’s Verdict   Work regularly takes me to the East End of Glasgow and I was keen to introduce Blythe to its charms, so we scheduled a grub / pub crawl along Duke Street. First was Drygate. Although I loved it when it first opened, it hasn’t had the impact …

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