The Grahamston, a new restaurant and bar located in the heart of Glasgow city centre, celebrated the completion of its £1.2m transformation with an official launch party.
Located within on Argyle Street, the new dining and drinking experience is inspired by Grahamston, forgotten village in the heart of the city buried deep below Glasgow Central station.
Playing on the venue’s blend of old and new, guests were entertained with live music alongside pop-up bars from Lanson Champagne, Whyte & Mackay and Nespresso. The guests were also given the chance to visit the Guy & Beard barber shop and a Charlotte Tilbury makeup bar.
The Grahamston Kitchen will feature a specially designed menu, featuring produce sourced from around Scotland. Developed by executive chef Stephen MacNiven, the restaurant will serve traditional Scottish food with an artisan twist.
As well as a large selection of beers, wines and spirits, the 82 square-metre bar will serve its own locally brewed craft beer, The Grahamston Ale, on draught and also boasts a whisky menu featuring 40 different expressions. The Grahamston snug will be available for private hire for parties of up to 36 people.
Radisson Blu’s general manager, Hina Rubbani, said: “It’s a pleasure to officially launch The Grahamston and to see so many people here to celebrate with us. We look forward to welcoming many more people to the bar and restaurant to discover this fantastic new addition to Glasgow’s thriving food and drink scene.”