Glasgow's much-loved venue Saint Judes has officially reopened - here's how the newly revamped townhouse looks.
Saint Judes was known as one of the city centre's coolest bars, restaurants and clubs, offering fabulous food and entertainment over four floors.
However, the popular eatery closed earlier this year, leaving many to ponder whether the venue at 190 Bath Street had shut for good.
Marketing manager Ciaran Keenan revealed to STV Glasgow that Saint Judes, pictured below, was originally closed in February due to a flood.
The team then decided to turn this experience into a complete renovation project and after a major refurb, the team hosted their opening over the weekend.
"We saw the flood as an opportunity the give the old Bath Street townhouse a full refurbishment - changing it from top to bottom," said Ciaran.
"Every floor has been stripped back and completely redecorated. Saint Judes is a welcoming and luxurious space that offers a range of settings.
"It accommodates many different event needs, all housed in a distinctive building with artist-designed features."
Food from the ground floor bar and kitchen serves small plates, an evening menu and an express lunch menu to attract local offices, which opens from 12 noon until 1am, seven days a week.
The small, intimate nightclub space Lola's, in the basement, is open five nights a week with DJs old and new playing in the club, bar and kitchen.
Continuing its status as one of the best venues for Glasgow's clubber crowd, Saint Judes will welcome a host of top DJs and emerging talent, from Scotland and beyond.
A large cocktail menu showcases a combination of some of the best liqueurs from around the globe and there will be cocktail masterclasses as part of function packages.