The Scotia Announced as Finalist for Major Industry Award

The Scotia

The Scotia in Glasgow has been announced as a finalist for the Sunday Mail Pub of the Year prize at the 2014 DRAM Scottish Licensed Trade Awards, which take place at The Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow on Monday July 7th.

The Sunday Mail Pub of the Year seeks to recognise the best pub in the country. The nominations were made by members of the public from all over Scotland, who were asked to vote for pubs with a welcoming atmosphere, where customers came back again and again.

Established in 1792, The Scotia is one of Glasgow’s oldest bars, and has attracted a host of famous clientele over the years, including Stan Laurel, Billy Connolly and Peter Mullen. Having made its name as one of the city’s best live music venues, a major reason for The Scotia’s long-lasting success is the welcoming hospitality extended to every guest.

The awards, dubbed the licensed trade ‘Oscars,’ are organised by licensed trade magazine, DRAM. Now in their 19th year, they are the longest-established awards of their kind in Scotland, recognising excellence in Scotland’s bar, restaurant and hospitality industries.

Category: Bar & Pub
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