Take a look at these exceptional Glasgow restaurants for when you want to treat yourself in the Scottish city.
A 40-year veteran of the Glaswegian culinary scene, this place is still going strong. Ingredients are proudly local and the food is top notch.
This former cheesemonger now houses one of the best-known restaurants in all of Glasgow. It serves up Scottish dishes, such as Cullen skink and haggis, to an appreciative crowd of locals and tourists.
This spectacular restaurant is decorated in the Art Deco style that was all the rage in the 1930s. It lends Rogano an air of sophistication carried over into the food. Sit down in the restaurant, get something lighter at Café Rogano or scoff down a sandwich at the Oyster Bar.
This place feels a bit like a trendy converted warehouse in Brooklyn with its exposed walls, but the food makes far more effort. Local produce is front and center here, and there is even an in-house butchery.
Chow down on local ingredients such as Perthshire pigeon at this incredible spot in the fashionable West End. Stravaigin is highly acclaimed with good reason, offering a great journey through contemporary Scottish cuisine.
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ONCE THE FINAL MEETING WRAPS and the last contract is signed and sealed with a handshake, what’s next? Do you catch a flight back home or do you take advantage of the destination? If your next business trip is to Italy, we suggest adding a few more days to explore the country’s most amazing hot spots. Make time for more than a mouthwater- ing Italian meal in these three cities.
Somewhere between Paris, Provence and the border with Switzerland is the charming riverside city of Lyon, a burgeoning culinary capital in a country with one of the world’s best cuisines. Lyon’s reputation as a food destination grew within the past decade, and visitors flock to the less-crazed and friendlier town for a more laid-back approach to French cuisine.