Beer giant BrewDog has launched plans for an al fresco seating area.
The craft brewer is looking to install 10 tables outside its Union Street bar for customers.
BrewDog has lodged proposals for a change of use of the pavement outside the busy city centre street to the external seating area.
A planning documents lodged with Aberdeen City Council by Firstplan on behalf of BrewDog said: “The application proposals seek permission solely for the use of part of the pavement in front of the existing BrewDog bar on Union Street for placing tables and chairs to provide an al fresco seating area.
“The seating area will span a distance of approximately 19m along the Union Street frontage, with a depth of 1.6m.
“This will allow provision of 10 tables and 40 chairs and will ensure a 2m clear zone is retained for passing pedestrians.”
The premise is a Category B-listed building built in 1819 within the Union Street conservation area.