From a newly refurbished Aberdeen bar to Spanish tapas in Edinburgh, there are plenty of new places to enjoy in Scotland this autumn.
Recently opened in the Old Town, Piggs offers authentic Spanish tapas made with seasonal Scottish produce.
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Serving Mexican fayre and an impressive selection of Mezcal and Tequila cocktails.
Opened this month, Pasta is located in the Aberdeen market and serves a selection of handcrafted pasta dishes with pick your own options.
Opening in November, this eye-catching, Insta-worthy restaurant will serve dishes that combine traditional ingredients and classic flavours as well as a number of exclusive menu items, developed by executive chef Andrew Lassetter and his team.
Opened earlier this year, this sports bar is the place to go for a laid-back weekend drink.
This boutique hotel in the granite city will open a new, larger bar this month and sports booths, tables and a palm court style garden room.
Formerly The Sisters restaurant on Crow Road in the citys west end, The Prancing Stag serves seasonal Scottish dishes with veggie and vegan options, and theres an outdoor seating area for sunny days.
This newly opened restaurant in Aberdeens Meldrum House offers diners an informal experience and a culinary journey of local produce created by executive chef, Paul Grant.
Glasgows best and award-winning burger joint has opened larger premises in Woodlands and is now serving its classic burgers alongside brunch and booze.
A former pop up, this Vietnamese restaurant has found a permanent home in the southside of Glasgow and is set to open soon.