Dundee's nightlife scene has seen two major changes this week.
Plans to bring a new 1920s-style “speakeasy” nightclub to Dundee have been approved by the city’s licensing board – during a light discussion in which the applicant was compared to Chicago gangster Al Capone.
Land formerly occupied by the Whitfield Labour Club is set to be home to a watering hole once more after plans were approved by the city’s licensing board.
Plans to turn a tanning salon into a licensed bar have been given the green light.
Plans for a multi-purpose conference and banqueting centre have been submitted to the city council by a Dundee businessman.
An outdoor bar area at a Dundee pub has been given retrospective planning approval by the city council.
A Dundee pub tycoon is hoping to open a bar in an area of the city where the last one closed nearly four years ago.
Major pub businesses of Dundee businessman Jimmy Marr have gone into administration.
The new owner of Dundee’s landmark Capitol pub has revealed it will remain a watering hole for locals.