Julia Bryce was out and about to see what nightlife looks like on the streets of Aberdeen under the new regulations...
Husbands Brent Cruickshank and Julian Jenkins have created the ultimate lockdown dining shed during the pandemic, fully equipped with a stocked bar and vintage interiors.
North-east entrepreneur hopes to bring home the bacon with new crowdfunder and bacon drive-thru idea
The long term goal is to open their own premises around the Alford area and even potentially offer a bacon roll drive-thru and host farmers' markets.
STAXX Aberdeen will bring a new, innovative concept to the city centre, with an opening date of late summer next year.
You've dined in their restaurants and eaten their delicious fare, now it's time to cook-along with these chefs from across Scotland.
Parent company CranberryCo are opening the popular venue as their other establishments remain closed due to social distancing restrictions.
With around 75 virtual events taking place across the festival weekend, jumping online for the first virtual version of Taste of Grampian will be the place to be for foodies.
If you're looking for an easy-to-make 'wow factor' lamb dish, we've got just the recipe for you.
From a cook-along with Judy Murray to virtual food festivals, what’s in store for Scottish Food and Drink Fortnight?
Here are some of the events you won't want to miss taking place during this year's Scottish Food & Drink's Food Fortnight.
Having had the rug pulled from under them when the market operator ceased trading in June, Julia Bryce uncovers where food businesses will be popping up in the near future.
Former taxi drivers turn to milk delivery and gain new lease of life with family dinners and their health now their biggest focus.
A Scottish business has launched the country's first agave spirit range made by a brewer.
American fast food chain Taco Bell has delayed opening in Aberdeen, with no date confirmed.
When the garnish is this sweet, you know you're in for a treat...
With Aberdeen's local lockdown lifting today, will diners feel safe enough to return to venues? Julia Bryce finds out how the hospitality industry will keep us safe.
Should the Eat Out to Help Out scheme be extended in Aberdeen? Four hospitality leaders share their views
With a petition launched and letters sent to the UK parliament, Julia Bryce talks with leading figures in the city to get their opinions on how the hospitality industry could best be supported.
Kerr's Family Dairy has experienced exceptional growth since launching its latest depot.
It's not just our health the global pandemic has left us thinking about, we're also looking at what we put in our bodies and where it comes from, according to research.
A north-east farming couple have found their business showcased in the most surprising of ways – in the new music video by superstars Pharrell Williams and Jay-Z.
The first images of BrewDog's new state-of-the-art premises in the north-east have been revealed.
Scotland's booming rum scene is the only place to look for inspiration this National Rum Day.
Taste of Grampian: Everything you need to know about taking part in this year’s virtual food and drink festival
Find out how to take part in the north-east's biggest food and drink celebration this September.
As a week of celebration for one of the nation's favourite pastimes gets under way, we look at where and how to enjoy a spot of tea with decadent sandwiches and an array of delicious cakes.
If you're looking for an indulgent dessert, this chocolate bueno-inspired dessert might just be the ticket.
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Tony Singh was spotted in a city centre venue earlier this week.
From building new state-of-the-art distilleries to launching world firsts, these gin producers are pushing innovative boundaries with sustainability at the forefront.
For this week's Friday Fakeaway, we head to Japan to bring you this amazing chicken katsu curry with Asian slaw. Kitchen manager at Aberdeen's Ferryhill House Hotel, Chris Jappy, has shared his recipe with us.
Your restaurant needs you! Why no-shows are ruinous as hospitality businesses pin hopes on continued local support
Julia Bryce speaks to top Scottish chefs and restaurateurs to find out why the time to take back the dining room is now and explores why the "no-show" culture must go.
From humble beginnings, the doughnut, like many other baked goods, has had a bit of a facelift in recent times.
Eager to visit your favourite whisky distillery and not sure what to expect? Julia Bryce uncovers what your next tasting experience will be like.