An Italian restaurant hit by a fire will open to the public today.
Amarone on Union Street which will relaunch today at noon with a whole new look.
Offering up modern Italian cuisine, the restaurant has added a new luxury cocktail bar to the re-designed space.
The new decor for the 300 square metre restaurant also features intimate booths, brass finishings, a marble topped cocktail bar and an open pizza kitchen.
It can accommodate 200 diners and boasts two areas for private dining including the “Primo Piano” mezzanine complete with its own separate bar.
Amarone, which is part of the DRG portfolio, was forced to close in November 2018 after a blaze tore through its basement.
The group has more than 20 restaurants across Scotland.
Mario Gizzi of DRG said: “It was a difficult decision to close the restaurant, but we felt that instead of doing a quick tidy up to repair damage, we had the opportunity to remodel the restaurant to offer a world class Italian eating and drinking experience in the Granite City.
“The designs are stunning, taking inspiration from the finest central cocktail bars in the world. With construction now finished, we are delighted to be re-opening this week as well as taking reservations for festive dining and a special New Year Gala dinner.”
The reopening has created a number of new part-time and full-time roles in the business bringing the total number of employees to 46.
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