Some of Scotland’s best loved restaurants have had to close permanently due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
From famous Capital eateries to award-winning island must-visits - these restaurants have sadly closed their doors for good.
1. Harris and Lewis Smokehouse restaurant, Stornoway
In June, the owners of the Harris & Lewis Smokehouse restaurant made the sad announcement that they would not reopen following its closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Facebook
2. Grill on the Corner, Glasgow
The company behind the Grill on the Corner in Glasgow city centre went into administration in June, meaning the future of the popular steak restaurant is uncertain. Photo: Grill on the Corner
3. Hendersons, Edinburgh
The family behind Hendersons - an Edinburgh institution that pioneered the UK’s first family-owned vegetarian restaurant – recently announced it was set to close its doors after 58 years in the business. Photo: Hendersons
4. Ingram Wynd, Glasgow
After ten years in business, the Merchant City restaurant won't reopen but its beer garden will still be trading as a separate entity. Photo: Ingram Wynd