Popular Aberdeen burger restaurant Boozy Cow is to move to a new larger premises in the city.
The Aberdeen Boozy Cow is to relocate from its current location in the city’s Netherkirkgate into Amicus Apple’s Langstane Place premises in early May.
Amicus Apple is owned by The Speratus Group, which also owns the restaurant chain.
Garreth Wood, founder of The Speratus Group, confirmed he is looking to open three new restaurants a year, both in Scotland and England.
Garreth said: “This is a very positive step for the Speratus Group and the Boozy Cow concept, which has proved to be hugely successful.
“We had originally planned to open two new Boozy Cows a year, but we have increased this to three under the new plans.”
The chain has already secured a location in Stirling and is looking to open a restaurant in Dundee later this year.
Gareth added: “The concept of Boozy Cow is very simple – every single penny of profit from each restaurant will go to registered charities.
“Our customers have engaged brilliantly with the scheme and all of us have been blown away by their support.”