TIMES OUT: GLAS­GOW­IST

Evening Times - - TIMES OUT: GLASGOWIST - BY PAUL TRAINER

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The book brings to­gether pro­files of food places with big per­son­al­i­ties and a story to tell. There are lively bistros, ca­sual hide­aways and mav­er­ick trend­set­ting venues; quirky hang­out spots that make neigh­bour­hoods more in­ter­est­ing. You’ll find sug­ges­tions for break­fast, lunch, din­ner, cock­tails and chips on the way home.

That’s only the be­gin­ning. Each Thurs­day, you will find the best of Glas­gow on these pages. Bars, restau­rants, cafes or events that de­serve your im­me­di­ate at­ten­tion, you’ll read about them here first.

If you have a food or drink story to tell, email [email protected]­gow­ist.com. fin­ger sandwiches, scones served warm with clot­ted cream, sweet pas­tries and freshly baked cakes. There will also be a chance to en­joy the Fairy­tale of New York cock­tail un­til Hogmanay; Sol­erno blood orange liqueur and orange and clove syrup topped with Moët, and gar­nished with orange peel.

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