The relaunch aims to provide customers a must-see late night experience, by providing globally inspired 'food with attitude' as well as classic drinks with a twist.
Moskito Bar & Kitchen, has officially confirmed they will reopen the doors to their iconic Bath St location, in Glasgow, on 1st July.
The new owners are preparing to wow guests with their globally inspired ‘food with attitude’, bespoke drinks, chic interiors and musical offering. These four aspects, they feel, will solidify Moskito as an unmissable late night experience and help put city centre dining and drinking back on the map.
The food menu will offer dishes from Earth, Sea and Land and will include seasonal plates such as Ginger Chilli Brown Crab with Crispy Sushi Rice and Red Pepper Wasabi (Sea), Panko Bread Crumbed Katsu Sandwich with BBQ Peanut Sauce and Nam Jim (Land) and Miso Vegetable Tartare with Edamame Bean Guacamole, Cured Yolk and Pecorino Crisp (Earth).
The venue will also feature a unique tandoori fire oven in the heart of the kitchen which will create delicious specialty smoked dishes such as Tandoori Tiger Prawns with Rose Harissa, and Smokey Lemon Garlic Butter.
Drawing inspiration from world class mixologists and venues, the drinks menu will be another key pillar of the new Moskito Bar & Kitchen. Guests can look forward to Bombay Negronis and Citrus infused Margaritas as well as some unique takes on the classics.
Music is at the heart of Moskito and the team have carefully curated a music collective bringing together some of Scotland's best. The lineup includes DJ Jay Celino who has supported global acts including Glasgow’s Jack Master, Jasper James and Eats Everything, steadily establishing himself as a key player in the city's underground music scene. The venue will also be welcoming back one of the city's best loved DJs Dominic Martin as a weekly resident.
Moskito's interiors have been brought to life by Nicky Murray Design, a specialist interior designer based in London. Guests will dine in style with bespoke furnishings, luxurious fabrics, specially commissioned artworks and state of the art lighting that can influence the look and feel of the room.
Ben McLeod, General Manager of Moskito said: “We are absolutely delighted to finally confirm our opening date of 1st July at long last. The refurbishment was a huge project and we are so proud of what we have achieved and we are now ready to make our mark in Glasgow."
"The drinks, food, interiors and music all have to work in harmony to create the vibe we want and we think we have nailed the balance of each of these. We have a brilliant team in place, fantastic suppliers and we now just want to get people booked in and through the doors."
If you are seeking a new late night experience in Glasgow, then Moskito might be the perfect fit. Bookings are now available online at moskitoglasgow.com