When The Edinburgh Grand welcomes its first guests on the 1st of June the doors will also open to The Register Club. Occupying the entire west wing of the St Andrew Square building’s fourth floor, The Register Club will offer Edinburgh a reservation-only spot to eat, drink and relax in comfort and style.
With space to enjoy the intimate atmosphere that harks back to the art deco heritage of the building, The Register Club will be open during the day and into the evening. It will serve up simple dishes, putting the spotlight on local and artisan producers and will also boast a bespoke cocktail list.
The Bon Vivant Group, which also runs the Devil’s Advocate in the Old Town and El Cartel, will operate The Register Club, bringing its established, award-winning expertise to delivering a new first-class experience for Scotland’s capital city.
In addition to the main lounge and cocktail bar, The Register Club will also have its own Games Room which benefits from separate access.
Together with the innovative interior design, this allows the space to be hired for exclusive, private events for up to 35.
General manager of Lateral City, which operates The Edinburgh Grand, Gavin MacLennan, said: “The Register Club will bring something completely new to Edinburgh. It will combine the kudos of a private club, the buzz of a cocktail bar and the interiors of an upscale establishment. “We asked The Bon Vivant team to operate it, bringing their expert touch to ensuring that the experience in this breath-taking space is top notch.
“The Register Club is sure to become the city’s most stylish, yet discreet, spot for Edinburgh’s well-heeled set as well as our guests at the five-star Edinburgh Grand itself.”
Stuart McCluskey, founder of Bon Vivant, adds: “The Register Club is undoubtedly a unique and aspirational addition to Edinburgh’s vibrant bar and restaurant scene. We will provide a selection of well-executed dishes and inspired, bespoke cocktails to a discerning clientele in a stunning yet relaxing space that ebbs warmth and sophistication.”