The Churchill Arms in Kensington is ready for its Christmas lights switch-on, with 93 Christmas trees and 21,500 lights covering its exterior.
A traditional pub has become the first in Britain to go cashless, its landlord has claimed.
Fifteen pubs have closed in Dundee in the last year, new figures have revealed.
A West End bar that closed without warning will reopen in September.
A local bar manager has branched out and bought eight Dundee pubs as well as 11 residential properties for an undisclosed sum in a new joint venture with his wife.
A man admitted causing a breach of the peace outside a Dundee pub and assaulting a police officer while in the execution of his duty.
A thirsty dog was almost left feeling ruff – after ditching his owner and dashing off to the pub.
Dundee licensing chiefs have called last orders on a Hilltown pub after revoking its licence to trade.
A hero doorman chased a drunk driver along a Dundee street and stopped his car — pulling the keys from him to stop him from driving away.
Proposals to turn an iconic former pub into housing have been approved by planning officials.
Dundee pub The West House has been named as the best in town — and will now compete to be named the best in the UK.
A Dundee nightclub is set to introduce special ID cards in a bid to keep out underage drinkers.
A new bar and restaurant that will produce its own gin is to open in St Andrews.
Dundee wrestling fans will be able to swap the sofa for the bar stool as city centre pubs screen an American event live for the first time.
Retro gamers and pool sharks are the target for a new bar opening in the city.
A Dundee restaurant and bar is in the running for two national awards.
A drinker who smashed a glass over a fellow pub-goer’s head has narrowly avoided a jail sentence — but was warned he’s in the last chance saloon.
Dean Boyle, 33, of Lawrence Street, Broughty Ferry, admitted that on June 3 last year, at The Gunners in King Street, he struck Gareth Hutchison on the head with a glass, to his injury.
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.