Win beer with Birra Moretti by voting for your favourite restaurant in our List Reader Award

Vote for this year’s Reader Award and be in with the chance of winning a BLADE courtesy of Birra Moretti. You could make time for what matters by serving great quality draught Birra Moretti at home for your family and friends.

The List's Reader Award in association with Birra Moretti gives readers the opportunity to have their say and vote for their favourite central belt restaurant. The winning restaurants will be announced at our Eating & Drinking Guide Awards in 2020 in both Glasgow and Edinburgh.

This year marks the 27th edition of The List's annual Eating and Drinking Guide, the publication that aims to provide comprehensive, reliable insights into the dining scene in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Around 80 reviewers are preparing to head out as anonymous diners to nearly 1,000 restaurants in both Glasgow and Edinburgh to rate them on everything from flavour to atmosphere.

Birra Moretti certainly share our passion for good food and drink and are partnering up with our Eating and Drinking Guide for the 12th year in 2020. All those who vote for this year’s Reader Award will be in with the chance of winning a BLADE machine, Birra Moretti keg and six schooner glasses courtesy of Birra Moretti.

To vote for your favourite restaurant, and be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below:

@thelistmagazine
@thelistuk
#ListReaderAward

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Vote for your favourite restaurant in Edinburgh & Glasgow and win a Birra Moretti blade machine with The List Reader Award

14 Jan 2020

Got a favourite place to eat? Let us know about it! Have your say, win a Birra Moretti blade machine and attend the 2020 Eating & Drinking Guide's award ceremony

The List Reader Award is here again giving you the opportunity to vote for a restaurant or pub you passionately like.

Terms & conditions

Competition closes 29 March 2020. Entrants must be 18 and over. The List's usual rules apply.