May 28, 2022

Glasgow Arts & Events Venue, SWG3 has announced that one of Glasgow’s most popular dining venues Of Zique The location will house the onsite restaurant, Acid Bar.

The 21-year-old restaurant, formerly a cafیک, will focus on offering breakfast, lunch and all-day deli on Thursday, February 24, then Monday through Friday from 8.30am to 6pm.

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“We’re delighted to welcome Zique to the reins of Acid Bar’s new residence at SWG3,” said Meryl Gilbert, Head of Commercial Events and Partnerships. “We can’t wait for the next one to welcome Mehri Taylor and his team and share their wonderful menu with you all.”

The inside of the SWG3 acid bar

Their presence is open, and hopefully will last for a few months or maybe longer.

This includes other restaurants that take the place at intervals of three months to a year. کا پاوMost recently, Michelle Bib Gormond, as well as Ox & Finch, Five March to Go Sangatsu, Medallion by Kyle Brooch, and Julie’s couplet.

Cafezic owner Mhairi Taylor says: “We are thrilled to be the next stop at Acid Bar. As Glaswegians we have all been fans of SWG3 from the beginning We are terrified of the amazing projects that are going on. The acid bar is beautiful inside and out and we can’t wait to get started.

Hyndland restaurant fans can expect to see some of the familiar dishes, including The Big Piece sandwich, as well as Cullen Skin and their seasonal salads. In the original caf, they include caramelized celery, cauliflower nero, keeper and slut, or spaghetti cabbage, smoked almonds, apricot puree and tahini.

Zack’s food

They will also invite local chefs to collaborate on food experiments. Among other planned events, comedian Michael Redmond, who played Father Stone in Father Ted, will host Sunday, while the Zacks will present their roast chicken dinner, and there will be a Mao & Granny dinner, including an old one. Features a relaxing meal menu. .

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