With new regulations now in force limiting the number of people who can gather at home and in venues, local restaurant owners explain what this means for their businesses.
Businesses in Aberdeen are being reminded to apply for support grants if they have been impacted by Covid-19.
A Highland hotelier has urged Jeane Freeman to provide more Covid-19 testing for hospitality staff working in rural and remote areas.
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.
More than 300 premises across Aberdeen have been checked by Environmental Health and Trading Standards (EH&TS) teams ahead of today's lifting of restrictions on the hospitality sector.
UK pub, restaurant and bar chains have said that sales halved in July compared with last summer after reopening for the first time after lockdown.
Tom Kerridge has called for “common courtesy” and “more manners” after criticising diners who do not turn up for restaurant bookings.
The Government’s promise to pick up half the tab to get people to return to eating out across the UK has led to an increase of around one sixth, according to two surveys.
More than 22,000 restaurant jobs have been shed so far this year, after the coronavirus pandemic caused swathes of closures across the sector, according to new figures.
New measures have been brought in by pubs and restaurants in Aberdeenshire to stop residents visiting from the city.
An Aberdeen restaurant has delayed their reopening date due to the spike in coronavirus cases in the city.
Up to 1,100 jobs are at risk at PizzaExpress’s restaurants in the UK as it plans to close around 67 of its sites.
More than 100 Aberdeen restaurants, cafes and pubs have signed up for the UK Government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
Boris Johnson has said he struggles with his own weight as he urged people to take action to improve their health.
Overweight people are being asked to lose five pounds to save the NHS money and help lower the risk of dying from coronavirus as part of the Government’s new obesity crackdown.
Restaurant chain Pizza Express is reportedly planning to axe around 75 sites across the UK as part of a rescue deal that could put hundreds of jobs at risk.
North-east hairdressers, barbers, pubs and restaurants reopen under latest easing of lockdown restrictions
Hairdressers, barbers, bars and restaurants have now opened up again for business across the north-east.
Nearly one in four (24%) people in England say they have dined out since the lockdown eased on July 4, a survey has found.
When eateries open their doors to customers this week things will look and feel a little different. Clare Johnston finds out how businesses have been gearing up for the brave new world.
Everyone in the UK will be eligible for half-price meals on select days of the week in the month of August. Here we explain how the new scheme will work.
Half-price meals will be offered to diners eating out every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during August, the Chancellor has announced, in a bid to boost the hospitality sector.
Pub goers have been making the most of the dry weather as outdoor service resumes for the first time since lockdown on March 20.
Gordon Campbell Gray, owner of The Three Chimneys on Skye, says he feels ashamed by recent scenes discouraging visitors from over the borders and beyond.
No music in pubs and £60 fine for failing to wear a face covering – the nuts and bolts of Nicola Sturgeon’s plans to ease physical distancing
Nicola Sturgeon has announced new coronavirus guidelines on compulsory face coverings, giving children more freedom to play with their friends and the easing of physical distancing in shops, pubs, restaurants, trains, buses and ferries.
Pubs, restaurants and hotels will be able to operate reduced distancing as part of phase three of the easing of coronavirus restrictions after the first minister announced exemptions for key sectors.
A streamlined application process will enable pubs and restaurants to get permission for on-street dining in around 10 days.
Ministers have revealed their plans for an al fresco revolution to encourage open air shopping and drinking throughout the summer to control coronavirus.
RE the survey which found Scots are still uncomfortable about returning to pubs and restaurants, how can the response of 1,000 people fully reflect a population of approx 5.4 million?
Licensed premises that wish to sell alcohol outside as the Scottish Government moves into phase two of its Covid-19 "route map" are being urged to apply for occasional licences.
Is your favourite fast-food chain open? We look at the brands beginning to operate again in Scotland
From Nando's to Greggs, McDonald's KFC and Wagamama, Nadia Vidinova takes a look at the chains beginning to open their doors as lockdown restrictions ease.