Restaurants, North American, Pre-theatre menu

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McKirdy's Steakhouse

151 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8AG

In these days when food provenance is to the fore, McKirdy’s finds itself suddenly en vogue. It’s doing nothing new, of course, just continuing to offer red meat and haggis crafted by the family butcher. Here, they can tell you exactly where the meat…

Tribeca

102 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6NX

Update July 2013: Since this review was published, Tribeca has come under new management and had a refurbishment. The menu is still North American food. This café doesn't wear its USA theme lightly, with a yellow taxi and NYPD cruiser usually sat…

Smoke Stack

53–55 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3RJ

Smokestack underwent an extensive makeover in spring 2012. Gone are the blood-red walls and restaurant-style dining, replaced with stripped-back pale grey decor, bright lights and all-day food service. The bright and breezy tone extends to the menu and…

Calistoga

70 Rose Street North Lane, Edinburgh, EH2 3DX

Calistoga could be Edinburgh’s best restaurant for wine lovers. With one of the biggest selections of Californian wines in Europe and a mark-up policy that makes them affordable, it is not to be missed by oenophiles. The Congressional Wine Tasting…

Ad Lib

111 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 6LL

Crafting the perfect burger is about more than simply grilling the patty properly; all elements need to combine to create something more than the sum of their parts. This is something Ad Lib knows well. Its burgers are a revelation, whether beef, lamb…

Ad Lib

33 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1HA

The former fire station that is home to the Merchant City branch of this enduringly popular American restaurant is much larger than its ‘big’ brother on Hope Street, but doesn't quite live up to its siblings achievements. The bulk of the menu is the…

Di Maggio's

1038 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G41 3EB

Di Maggio’s have a reputation for no nonsense US-Italian fare, big flavours and generous portions. Though each branch shares the same evening menu, the Southside branch, its canopied windows overlooking Shawlands Cross, opens earlier at weekends…