Rush for the bar … Cranside gets 10,000 bookings in 24 hours

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Cranside Kitchen has received more than 10,000 booking requests in 24 hours.

The Finnieston food and drink venue has been inundated since its phone lines opened on Monday.

Scottish government restrictions mean that hospitality can reopen up in a limited way from April 26.

Restaurateur Toni Carbajosa said: “Our entire team is very happy for the re-opening of Cranside Kitchen next month. 

“Last year, our venture was born in lockdown and soon established itself as one of Glasgow’s best outdoor spaces for relaxing, eating, and drinking. 

“We’re blown away by the number of bookings we’ve received in the last 24 hours, and we’re thrilled to hear that so many past and present customers share our passion for the one-of-a-kind venue we’ve created here on Glasgow’s Clydeside”. 

The free-to-enter destination is located beside the iconic North Rotunda building in Finnieston.

The historic complex offers food and drink menus from some of the city’s most loved restaurants as well as featuring one of Glasgow’s biggest outdoor beer gardens. 

The venue will reopening from 10am on Monday 26th April 2021 in an open air courtyard with sit down indoor and outdoor dining.

Cranside Kitchen
Cranside Kitchen

From April 26, food will be served daily from 12pm – 10pm outside and 12pm – 8pm inside with alcohol permitted outside between 12pm – 10pm only. 

From Monday May 17, food and drink will be available inside and outside from 11am – 10:30pm. 

Details of the restaurants involved will be revealed in the weeks prior to reopening but some favourites including Halloumi and Pickled Ginger are expected to make a return. 

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