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Hutchesons' Hall Becomes A Grand European Dining Experience


Last updated . By Rebecca O'Malley.


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What they say:

One of Merchant City's most iconic venues is to be transformed into a decadent pleasure palace, to deliver an eating and drinking experience like no other. Restaurateur James Rusk takes over the A-listed Hutchesons' Hall on Ingram Street, following his successful work with The Butchershop Bar & Grill on Sauchiehall Street. The building came into being in 1802, but suffered significant water damage during a storm six years ago; the hall has since been granted £1.3 million for the restoration project. Rusk comments: "when I stepped foot inside the grand hall, I instantly knew that I wanted to sympathetically transform this magnificent landmark into a distinctive dining experience for all to enjoy".

What we say:

Come on Glasgow, there's something damn delicious happening over in Hutchesons' Hall and you're all invited. This May, the most iconic venue in Glasgow's Merchant City will be transformed from a water-laden palace into a parallel universe of grand design, attention to detail and sweet, and oh so decadent food and drink. Set to take Glasgow's gastronomy scene by storm, you'll be lucky to get a reservation at this bad boy. Keep an eye on this page - we'll have more information on this beautiful new bar in Glasgow as and when we receive it.