Amarone reopens in Edinburgh after grand makeover

Amarone Edinburgh has reopened its doors to welcome back guests after a stunning makeover which has taken place over lockdown.

Thursday, 29th April 2021, 6:14 pm
Amarone has reopened after a grand makeover

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Established restaurateurs and hoteliers Tony Conetta and Mario Gizzi, of The DRG Restaurant Group have spent much of lockdown aligning their brands with the times, with Amarone Edinburgh being one of them

The restaurant is located on St Andrew Square within the art deco Capital Building, and is situated in the heart of the Capital, amongst shopping destinations and green spaces.

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Seats both indoor and outdoor can now be booked

The revamped restaurant will enhance an air of elegance featuring new six-seater round booths, sophisticated new upholstery, and arched passages into their own space.

The main dining area boasts a nine-metre domed ceiling, hosting lighting which are described as ‘glazed orbs set into the ceiling like jewels’.

Grandeur of the magnificent back gantry, has also been upgraded to mirror the front facing period arcade windows, showcasing a plethora of wines, beers, and spirits including their new 'Anchor Line' gin by Garden Shed.

The outdoor terrace has been significantly upgraded to welcome back visitors to dine outside with the good weather, with new outdoor furniture, and is also covered and heated, to ensure the dining experience is never tarnished by the unpredictable Scottish elements.

All the original favourite dishes will remain, along with exciting new specials sourced with local ingredients.

Amarone has a ‘VAULT' private dining room showcasing new decor, furniture, and lighting ideal for a special occasion or meeting.

Tony Conetta said: “We can't wait to wow our customers locally and from further afield to Amarone Edinburgh… to enjoy an indoor or outdoor experience.

“We are so excited to be open, and we'll also continue to operate our hugely successful ‘AT HOME’ range, which has sold out since we started in January 2021.

“Mario and I are so pleased to be able to constantly improve and nurture our brands according to what the customer enjoys, working with rock star teams behind the scenes including interior design, marketing, not to mention our chefs and e-commerce team who've worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic.”

Visitors can book in to Amarone online with indoor and outside seating on a first come first served basis.

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