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Naked indulgence

If you want to have your cake and eat it then new naked café, Grams, could be the answer. Boasting a spread of vegan, raw, gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free cakes made from 100 percent natural ingredients, it’s a free pass to guilt-free indulgence. Grams, 16 Haymarket Terrace, www.gramsedinburgh.com

Bottoms up

Forfar-based award-winning Ogilvy Spirits, Scotland’s first potato vodka producer, has launched a new range of cocktail mixes, Perfect Pour. Simply mix Milton Mule (Ogilvy Potato Vodka, lime and locally grown raspberries) with prosecco for the perfect party tipple. Perfect Pour, £20, www.ogilvyspirits.com

Coming soon… Two-floor glass fronted new bar and restaurant, The Refinery, is opening up in St Andrew Square at the end of November. With an intimate restaurant, cocktail bar, sit-at-counter dining and library lounge it’s the latest all-day escape, www.drakeandmorgan.co.uk

Nordic nosh

Image credit: Nic Rue www.nicrue.co.uk

If using the glass café image better put on it: Soderberg Pavillion (they don’t have an image of the new Broughton St bakery)

Artisan Swedish bakery Söderberg is best known for its transparent glass café designed by Foster & Partner, in the Quartermile’s North Pavilion. Now the Söderberg empire has expanded with a new bakery shop in Broughton Street where its sumptuous-sounding Swedish specialities – Kladdkaka (chocolate mud cake), kanelbulle (cinnamon bun) and chokladboll (chocolate ball) – continue to attract crowds. Söderberg Pavilion Café, open from 8am, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, 1 Lister Square. Söderberg bakery shop, 45 Broughton Street, www.soderberg.co.uk