Keep an eye out for Black Pig and Oyster opening on Commercial Quay in Leith.
Covering a number of bases, the new venture promises to be an Iberian and seafood-inspired restaurant offering tapas, gin and a cocktail bar.
Black Pig and Oyster seems to be an extension of the Fife restaurant 43 Main Street in Glenrothes.
43 Main Street has been open a little over a year and specialises in pata negra or black pig pork along with piri piri chicken and tapas.
The Fife kitchen team like to mix imported Iberian specialities with Scottish cheeses, seafood and veg.
Blackpig and Oyster opening soon
Were Black Pig and Oyster to follow a similar route, we can imagine that a fair few fans of Iberico jamon bellota or cured ham would be beating a path to their door.
More info here as we get it.
Sticking with Edinburgh, but moving from new ventures to well established ones, A Room in the West End has unveiled its latest mural.
The older sister restaurant to Teuchters Landing and A Room in Leith on Dock Place, the West End restaurant and bar opened in 2001.
The basement bistro on William Street previously had a mural which was beginning to show its age.
Artist Chris Rutterford was commissioned to create a new one.
Old Town Edinburgh skyline
The mural features a panoramic view of the iconic Old Town Edinburgh skyline.
It stretches from North Bridge to the Castle, and plays host to dozens of instantly recognisable Scottish celebrities, as well as favoured locals from the Teuchters bar upstairs.
As well as the iconic Trainspotting characters of Begbie, Sick Boy, Diane, Renton, Tommy and Spud, the featured Scots include Tilda Swinton, Shirley Manson, Sharleen Spiteri, Lulu, Annie Lennox, Susan Boyle, Lorraine Kelly, The Proclaimers and Andy Murray.
The sharp of eye may also be able to spot Shrek and Super Gran.