Restaurants, North American, Pre-theatre menu

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The Anchor Line

12-16 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G1 2EU

The Anchor Line is a venue of scale exhibiting all the opulence of its heyday – a sympathetically restored A-listed building once the home of the shipping company of the same name. Edwardian architecture and memorabilia reflects a rich maritime heritage…

Calistoga

70 Rose Street North Lane, Edinburgh, EH2 3DX

Let’s just put it out there: this is never going to be the plushest venue in town. But get over it, because here is a restaurant that’s not so much hitting its stride as redefining it. Owner Gordon Minnis cheerfully admits that in Calistoga’s ten years…

McKirdy's Steakhouse

151 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8AG

The McKirdy family have been butchers in and around Edinburgh since 1895 and have sold their meat directly to diners at their eponymous Steakhouse since 1999. When you eat at McKirdy’s you meet McKirdys, with fathers, brothers, uncles and sons working…

Miller & Carter

Cramond Brig, Cramond, Edinburgh, EH4 6DY

This significant refurbishment of the old Cramond Brig pub was the first foray over the border for the Miller & Carter brand in 2014. It’s a tight ship – a commendable focus on traceability and training, including a spell at ‘steak school’ for…

Smoke Stack

53–55 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3RJ

‘If it ain’t broke don’t fix it’ isn’t always a successful maxim in a world where we’re programmed to seek the new and the fresh. But it works for Smoke Stack. A refurb a few years ago and a clear understanding of their loyal customer base means a menu…

Di Maggio's

1038 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G41 3EB

A Southside stalwart, situated on the bustling corner of Shawlands Cross, DiMaggio’s Shawlands was one of the first restaurants from these major players in the Scottish restaurant scene. Taking its cue from the legendary baseball player, the interior is…

NY American Grill

Princes Square, 48 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 3JN

Princes Square is not somewhere you'd expect to find finger-licking, patty-flipping, shake-swilling diners, instead somewhere a wee bit more up market. However, recent arrival NY American Grill is somewhere that satisfies said diners in some style. From…