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#Madeinglasgow was launched at the SWG3 arts and music venue in Glasgow  Picture: Robert Perry
#Madeinglasgow was launched at the SWG3 arts and music venue in GlasgowRobert Perry

Glasgow serves up its finest food and drink offerings

#MadeInGlasgow runs from March 1 until May 31

A major spring campaign has been launched to attract visitors to Glasgow’s hospitality venues.

More than 40 of the city’s leading pubs, restaurants, cafes and venues are taking part.

#MadeInGlasgow is a three-month initiative running from March 1 until May 31.

In the West End, establishments that are part of the drive include: Zique’s on Hyndland Street; The Gannet in Finnieston; The Hidden Lane Brewery, Finnieston; and Clydeside Distillery, Stobcross Road.

The campaign has been kickstarted with a new food and drink trail that celebrates the best of the city.

Guests are invited to dine and drink their way around its districts, sampling speciality Scottish dishes and signature drink throughout March.

Funded

Venues include Julie Lin’s Gaga, the recently awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand Celentano’s, the Ubiquitous Chip and modern Scottish pub The Gate.

The drive has been funded by Experience Glasgow Food and Drink - the city’s regional food and drink group.

The drive is funded by Experience Glasgow Food and Drink.
The drive is funded by Experience Glasgow Food and Drink.

Gordon McIntyre, chairman of Experience Glasgow, said: “Glasgow’s vibrant hospitality scene has come together to make a difference with a unified front on promoting the city as a food and drink destination.

"Support local businesses and celebrate the best the city has to offer this spring with our #MadeInGlasgow campaign - they need you now more than ever.”

Each participating business has created a special Scottish dish and/or signature drinks for people to enjoy in their venues.

 

Glasgow’s vibrant hospitality scene has come together to make a difference with a unified front on promoting the city as a food and drink destination.

Gordon McIntyre

 

Julie Lin, owner of Ga Ga and Julie’s Kopitiam, said: “It's been amazing seeing Glasgow gaining space on the food map.

“It’s unparalleled friendliness alongside the food and drinks culture makes it an amazing place to visit and an even better place to live!"

Peter Mckenna, owner of the Gannet said: “This wonderful city we call home can confidently compete as one of the top cities for food and drink in the UK adding to its unparalleled live music scene making Glasgow a must visit destination.”

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