mercat

mercat

(ˈmɛrkət)
n
(Commerce) a Scot word for market
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Our host was Mercat Tours under the all-encompassing leadership of Des Brogan.
Byline: GaryRalston the for MERCAT VIEW 5 High Street, Peebles EH45 8AG
The restaurant is still trading successfully at the east end of Union Street in the Granite City's historic Castlegate, with the Mercat Cross, The Citadel and
The unmissable experience was organised by Mercat Tours, set up by a group of history teachers 30 years ago to provide dynamic insights into the city's past.
THE DEAL: From PS160pp for two nights including a full Scottish breakfast, the Mercat Hidden and Haunted Tour, and a three-course meal at Restaurant at The Bonham.
Haunted Halloween - Mercat Tours, Edinburgh (suitable for 18+) Back for 2013, the ever popular tour will see the bravest explore the famous haunted Blair Street Underground Vaults of Edinburgh by candle-light.
Casey O'Connell, beverage manager at Mercat a la Planxa in Chicago, created several specialty cocktails for the Spanish restaurant that provide just the right amount of sweetness after dinner.
Sage Hospitality has further differentiated with the creation of the Sage Restaurant Group, which has created and is managing over nine unique restaurant concepts including the acclaimed Mercat a la Planxa restaurant in Chicago.
In the case of Baco Pop, Josef Centeno of Blico Mercat and Bar Ama channeled memories of his grandmother's homemade sodas to bottle his own flavors like tamarind-mango, hibiscus sweet and sour, and his original orange-juniper-ginger.
Guests will also be treated to hors d'oeuvres created by Chef Josef Centeno from the acclaimed Baco Mercat restaurant - honored this month by Bon Appetit as one of its top-ten "hot" new restaurants in the United States.
Mercat A La Planxa at the historic Renaissance Blackstone in Chicago;
this cafe-lined street is usually a traveller's first taste of Barcelona's happy contradictions - where dimly-lit, posh restaurants are found next to Mercat de la Boqueria, one of the busiest and loudest fresh produce markets in europe.