Bow Hospitality to open first Edinburgh restaurant

By James McAllister

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Bow Hospitality to open first Edinburgh restaurant called Cabo offering Baja Californian fusion food

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Scotland-based operator Bow Hospitality Group is to open its first restaurant in the country’s capital next month.

Taking over the former Superico site on Hanover Street in Edinburgh’s city centre, Cabo will be ‘inspired by the lifestyle and culture’ of the eponymous party peninsula in Mexico with weekly live DJ sets, an extensive cocktail offering, and a live sushi-making station.

The 70-cover bar and restaurant will serve a menu of Baja Californian fusion dishes that take cues from Japanese and Mexican cuisine such as soft-shell tacos; and dry-aged Scotch steak.

Cabo’s interiors will include accents of cacti, terracotta and stone, and feature ‘abstract illustrations’ of the peninsula’s famous landmarks.

Bow Hospitality operates a total of 11 sites across Scotland, primarily based in Glasgow. Concepts include Mexican street food restaurant and bar Mezcal; Japanese concept Saki Maki; and Scotch beef specialist The Merchant Steakhouse.

“We are extremely excited to expand to the capital and to show Edinburgh what we are all about,” says Ryan Bowman, director of Bow Hospitality.

“We are passionate about providing unique, innovative, and memorable dining experiences, and we are confident that Cabo will be a total hit, with the marriage of two much-loved cuisines, beautiful cocktails and live entertainment set against colour interiors.”

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