Trend setting dining excellence
Glasgow is viewed as a trend-setter in European Culture welcoming 2.3 million visitors each year and in 2014, the world’s top travel guides consistently named Glasgow as a must-visit destination; highlighting the city’s warmth, style and energy.
A centre of dining excellence to such an extent that It is now widely acknowledged that Glasgow has the best dining scene in the UK outside of London. The largest city in Scotland certainly provides a dynamic reality of Scotland with Style.
Glasgow has the metropolitan feel of a major international city but still retains the village community where local businesses know each other very much acknowledging the city strapline that People Make Glasgow.
The restaurateurs in our city all understand that local spirit is a vital factor in presenting a town that is ‘together’. Sharing experiences and knowledge is a culture in Glasgow, which allows us to progress at a pace which many spectators observe with envy.
It was this spirit of co-operation and progressive thinking which led to the formation of Glasgow Restaurant Association, a not for profit organisation, which has grown over several years from a small number of restaurants to over eighty of the best Glasgow restaurants. The Association has uniquely allowed a group of widely diverse professionals to exchange ideas with one common aim - to promote the excellence of the Glasgow restaurant landscape on a local, national and international level.
Celtic Connections Dinearound 2015
Our Celtic Connections Dinearound is back returning for another successful year from Thursday 15th January - Sunday 1st February!
The amazing £15.95 per person offer is available throughout the duration of the festival, whether you’re a music fan and checking out a gig or you just want to soak up the festival atmosphere in one of our restaurants, why not BOOK NOW for a little January treat!
The largest winter music festival of its kind, Celtic Connections celebrates its 22nd year in 2015 with a top line-up folk, world, traditional, rock, indie, jazz, blues and classical artists.
Running for 18 days in Glasgow, the festival will bring more than 2,000 performers to the city for over 300 events. Each year the festival scores over 100,000 attendances, as visitors travel from across the world to celebrate Scotland’s musical heritage.
Gigs happen right across the city, but it’s not just about the concerts as there are ceilidhs, workshops, art exhibitions, late night music and many free events - visit Celtic Connections or call 0141 353 8000 to find out more.
Glasgow Restaurant Association Supports Resource Efficiency Project
Dear GRA members,
The GRA has received funding to carry out a four month resource efficiency project. The project is in two distinct parts and will include:
the appointment of a new waste and recycling service provider
actions to cut costs for members through resource efficiency measures, particularly the reduction of supplier packaging waste.
Tim Reid and Polly Griffiths have been seconded into the GRA to complete the work and will be contacting GRA members between now and the 18th of December to gather brief baseline information on suppliers and resource efficiency opportunities.
Please support the project and help them when they get in touch; this is a great opportunity to share best practice amongst members and identify ways for all members to save money.
More details are given in the document HERE for anyone interested and the GRA will be keeping members up to date with the project though Facebook and Twitter.
If you would like to find out more, or if you are interested in being more closely involved, contact Tim and Polly (email@example.com, 07969 722157 / firstname.lastname@example.org, 07738 366249) or contact us on Twitter @GDA_online using the hashtag #GRAresources.
Glasgow Restaurant Association
DINING OUT IN GLASGOW THIS SUMMER? GLASGOW COULDN’T BE BETTER!
Glasgow is buzzing this summer!
Glasgow is still basking in the recent massive success of Radio 1’s Big Weekend and with the ever popular ‘Glasgow Jazz Festival’ and the ‘Commonwealth Games’ just around the corner, it’s no wonder Glasgow is bracing herself for one of the most exciting and busiest summers in its history!
Not sure where to eat? Then you have definitely come to the right place. Glasgow Dinearound boasts over 70 of some of the best restaurants in Glasgow and no matter if you are a local or an international visitor, you will find a restaurant to suit your desires and of course your taste buds.
If you are looking for breakfast, a quick bite, dinner, al fresco ( yes, even in Glasgow), family-friendly, fusion or indian amongst others, you will find it here on our informative website.
Just search by area, type of cuisine or just search for your preferred date and book at Glasgow Dinearound to tie in with your Glasgow Summer experience and enjoy!