In the city centre of Aberdeen, in amongst the hustle and bustle of everyday town life, you’ll find DaVinci Restorante Italiano. As you may have guessed from the name, this restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine and is owned and operated by Elena, a Florentine turned Aberdonian, who moved to Scotland three years ago.
Parent company CranberryCo are opening the popular venue as their other establishments remain closed due to social distancing restrictions.
A cancer charity is to open the doors to its north-east centres on an appointment-only basis.
Gyms, swimming pools and other leisure facilities across the north-east have thrown their doors open to fitness fans for the first time since they were shut due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
Live Life Aberdeenshire has announced a swathe of promotional price offers to welcome customers back into its gyms, sports courts and swimming pools throughout September.
Aberdeen Art Gallery welcomed back visitors for the first time since closing its doors in March.
An Aberdeen bingo hall is finally gearing up to welcome back customers after shutting its doors in March.
National Trust confims majority of north-east grounds and properties will reopen this year after funding boost
The National Trust for Scotland plans to reopen the majority of its grounds and gardens in the north-east this year.
An Aberdeen steakhouse has announced it is gearing up for its reopening next week.
From igloos to canopies and street-food stalls, hospitality venues share their al fresco opening plans
As pubs, restaurants and hotels get set to reopen outdoor spaces, we take a look at some offering unique al fresco dining experiences and how they are preparing.
The beers go back on ice: Pubs who had spent weeks preparing for outdoor reopening are left counting the cost
Pubs and restaurants which were hoping further easing of lockdown restrictions would mean they could open outdoor spaces within days, now face a further wait - with many having already invested in special equipment and technology.
A £12 million state-of-the-art primary school has been officially opened just over three years since a fire destroyed the old one.
AN ABERDEEN supermarket has officially reopened following a refurbishment.
A six-figure refurbishment of an Aberdeen nightclub is set to begin this week. Pearl Lounge closed at the beginning of August last year. The site, on Aberdeen’s Dee Street, will undergo the £400,000 makeover and Epic Group managing director Mike Wilson said: “We would imagine to open it in the near future.”