An Aberdeen restaurant will reopen this weekend following a six-figure makeover.
No.10 Bar and Restaurant, which announced in July it was to undergo a major refurbishment, is now ready to be unveiled to the public following its transformation.
Expanding the west end venue into a neighbouring building and redeveloping the bar area, the Queens Terrace restaurant aims to offer diners a relaxed yet sophisticated dining experience with seating for up to 90 customers.
Scheduled to reopen to the public on Friday, diners will be able to feast on a menu featuring traditional dishes with a contemporary twist.
Designed by award-winning architects Nicoll Russell Studios, the new No.10 Bar and Restaurant also boasts a glass-fronted private dining room which can be utilised for private celebrations and corporate events for up to 14 people.
Director of No.10 Bar & Restaurant, Allan Henderson, said: "We are all extremely delighted to announce that we will officially open our doors for a soft launch this weekend.
Mr Henderson (right) with operations director, Alan Aitken announcing the expansion
"Over the past three months, No.10 has been transformed into what we believe will be a fantastic venue for the north east, offering an elegant yet understated style of dining, as well as a good place to enjoy a drink with friends.
"We know that a lot of people hold their own personal connection with No.10 so we hope everyone will enjoy the new and improved No.10 and help us celebrate the beginning of a new era for the venue."
The new venture is expected to create an additional 20 jobs.