Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Fisherman's Tavern

Fisherman's Tavern

From the very modern Hannah Maclure centre to the picturesque fishing village of Broughty Ferry and the Fishermans Tavern on the outskirts of Dundee.  This welcoming and unpretentious place is within steps of the beach and originates as a row of fishermen's cottages. The good range of drinks includes six guest ales such as Caledonian Deuchars IPA, Greene King IPA and Speckled Hen, Timothy Taylors Landlord and Harviestoun Bitter and Twisted on handpump, ten wines by the glass and a good range of malt whiskies, and they have about 40 beers at their May festival. On summer evenings there are tables on the front pavement or you can sit out in the secluded walled garden.


Scottish Textile artist Carol Arnott

Born in Dundee, but grew up in the Scottish Highlands, textile artist Carol Arnott uses the picturesque fishing villages along the coast of Scotland as inspiration for her work.


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