A popular restaurant in the West End has revealed a new location is coming soon.

Five March on Elderslie Street will bring its small plates menu to the Southside next month when it opens a "mini restaurant" inside Phillies.

Known for its stylish and seasonal cooking, the new Five March, dubbed Five at Phillies, will open on March 5.

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Owner Joanna Nethery said: “We can't wait to open in Shawlands.

"Having lived here for years, we've been keeping an eye out for the right space and watched the Southside scene explode whilst doing so.

"We can't believe we're now lucky enough to find a way to join forces with our friends and all-around good guys at Phillies.”

Phillies will section off part of its large dining room to accommodate the collaboration.

Glasgow Times:

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Diners can expect a range of new dishes in addition to Five March classics like the fried chicken sandwich and potatoes. Options for vegans and vegetarians will be available as well.

The decor will take inspiration from the West End flagship, with peach walls and plants.

The Shawlands venue now hosts Phillies, Five March and Curious Liquids all under one roof.

Laura Hughes, general manager of Phillies said, “The Southside is filled with foodies, and is quickly becoming the place to be for eclectic and interesting food and drink - so I'm excited to help bring the intricate food of Five March to the casual and fun vibe of Phillies.

"This collaboration will create a unique, dynamic dining experience in the Southside, putting great food and fun times at its core.”

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