A Dundee city centre pub has been given a formal warning after bar staff were found to have served up short measures by trading standards officers.
A city centre pub has escaped punishment for the time being after police shared concerns over several incidents at the venue in a short space of time.
The owner of a Dundee newsagents says his business could die if his bid to sell alcohol is turned down amid an outcry from residents.
A Dundee nightclub has withdrawn its plans to open for longer during special events.
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.
One of Dundee’s newest eateries has had its bid to open into the early hours approved amid a row over so-called “food snobbery”.
Trade bodies representing pubs and shops have hit out at the city’s new alcohol overprovision policy — and warned it risks sending a message that Dundee is “closed for business.”
Dundee councillors will rubber-stamp plans to introduce stricter alcohol licensing criteria for pubs, supermarkets and off-licences after a majority of residents expressed support for the proposals.
People in Dundee are being urged to take part in a consultation on licensing.
Struggling city boozers are not doing enough to prevent their businesses from closing, according to one licensing expert.
A new Dundee brewing company is set to open its doors to beer fans.
A prominent Dundee car salesman has launched a bid for a licence to run a vacant showroom in the city.
The McManus will have to wait a little longer before it can sell gift boxes of a special edition beer to the public.
Licensing chief says controversial policy limiting alcohol licences is ‘not the end’ for Dundee pubs
The new convener of Dundee’s licensing board has said controversial overprovision policy plans may yet be dropped.
A city centre pub is set to spend £22,000 on sound insulation to make sure it retains its entertainment licence and keeps its doors open.
Businesses at Dundee’s City Quay are locked in a row over noise and “rude” visitors amid plans to hold functions at a nearby unit.
Britain's only touring tribute festival company is coming to Dundee this summer after being granted a licence by councillors.
A new Italian restaurant on its way to Dundee could feature a private dining suite and a late night bar.
A storm is brewing over a shop’s bid to sell alcohol.
A DUNDEE publican is looking to swap “spit and sawdust” for family dining after investing £100,000 in a well-known Hilltown pub.