St Andrews Brewing Co debuts in Dundee

St Andrews Brewing Company has opened its new £900k bar and restaurant in the basement of Dundee’as Caird Hall.

The 7,500 sq ft premises occupy two units in the former City Arcade, which closed in 1981.

Tim Butler, Director of Business Development, told DRAM, “The space has views overlooking the £1m waterfront development, including the V&A and the adjacent Slessor Gardens, where there are many live music events. It’s a vast multi-functional space with 160 covers split over different zones and, as well as various dining elements, including our lounge bar, round table of 10 and private dining facility, we have a wine bar in the middle, plus a walk-in glazed wine cellar.”

There are 20 beers on tap, plus the site also boasts a ‘Scotch Corner’ and an ‘indoor beer garden. ‘The Fife-based business also owns a venues in St Andrews and two in Edinburgh. Hardies Property & Construction Consultants completed work on the barrestaurant as quantity surveyor with architects Andrew Black Design and contractors SteamPunk.

Category: Bar & Pub
Tags: Caird Hall, refurbishment, St Andrews Brewing Company