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Inside the new Caribbean restaurant opening in Glasgow today

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A POPULAR Caribbean restaurant officially opened its doors at 130 St Vincent Street today.

Famous for its Caribbean-inspired dishes, tropical rum cocktails and reggae beats, Turtle Bay is hoping to bring "good vibes" to the bustling city.

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The grand opening follows three successful soft launch days where more than 500 guests had the chance to sample food and drink for free, including the "Bru & Stormy" cocktail, featuring Irn-Bru paired with RedLeg spiced rum, bitters and falernum.

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Gemma Lewis, operations manager at Turtle Bay, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to open our doors and welcome the people of Glasgow into our Caribbean paradise.

"This is the first Turtle Bay restaurant to touch down in Scotland and we’re so excited to meet new faces and celebrate in Caribbean style.

"The festive period is such a joyful time, and we’ve had a wonderful time spending the first week of December getting the new team trained up and ready to play our part in spreading the cheer and hosting plenty of memorable days out starting today."

Bookings are now live HERE