The Ivy Buchanan Street, Glasgow

The Ivy Buchanan Street has introduced their limited-edition Halloween cocktails. The restaurant has partnered with Horse With No Name Bourbon and Monkey 47 Gin to produce a series of drinks inspired by the Seven Deadly Sins. In addition, on Saturday, 30 October, the venue will come alive with a host of Deadly-Sins themed performances and DJ sets. IG: @theivyglasgow

Edinburgh Style, St James Quarter, Edinburgh

This weekend, St James Quarter, Scotland's new fashion capital, will host a range of events. Fashion and beauty workshops, seasonal wreath demonstrations set to live music with Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival, and a fashion display in collaboration with Edinburgh College of Art are among the highlights. It's free and over the course of the weekend, attendees can visit the 'Style Dome' to watch a series of presentations by eight well known influencers, and as king of hosting duties, I will be at the helm - live throughout the weekend on the main stage. Come by and say hello! IG: @stjamesquarter

Hendricks Gin Pop-up. Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh

From this week, the Hendrick's Curious Cucumber & Rose Bar will be located on the Forth Floor of the luxury department store. The new pop-up bar aims to transport visitors into the world of one of Scotland's most iconic gin brands through the art of mixology, featuring an enticing selection of Hendrick's & Tonic and inventive cocktail combinations. Cocktail lovers can also arrange a special Afternoon Tea for two, which includes sweet and savory delicacies as well as Hendrick's Sunset & Vine Teapot cocktail, which is prepared with Hendrick's Gin, Campari, elderflower cordial, Harvey Nichols Prosecco Rosé, and Fever-Tree Soda. IG: hnedinburgh_forthfloor

Phil MacHugh is Managing Director at SKAPA and one of Scotland's most influential communicators.

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