Superb is teaming up with Peter McKenna, the owner of Restaurant the Gannet in Glasgow, to form ‘The Glasgow Restaurant Alliance’ a support program to help restaurants in Glasgow recover from Covid-19.
The program is led by Peter and his team at The Gannet offering restaurants in Glasgow to use Superb’s all-in-one solution - free of charge for the next 12 months, to help restaurants cut some of their fixed costs in these challenging times.
“The Glasgow Alliance is The Gannet collaborating with Superb. We have put together a package for our friends here in the city to help them over the next 12 months.” — Peter McKenna, Co-owner and Chef at The Gannet.
”These times are difficult and getting people together and helping each other is what it’s all about. A bit of support especially in this industry which has been hit hard.” — Kevin Dow, Restaurant Manager at The Gannet.
“Our restaurant is built on relationships whether it’s relationships with me and my partners, with our staff, with our team, with our suppliers. It’s very important to have these close bonds and Superb just another extension of that family.” — Peter McKenna, Co-owner and Chef at The Gannet.
“I’m used to work with 4 or 5 different platforms and collating all the information. It’s time-consuming and it takes away from concentrating on the guests and the dining experience. Having everything collated together as an all-in-one tool was so much easier for me and enables us to make the whole experience so much better for our guests. The Superb system is Superb.” — Kevin Dow, Restaurant Manager at The Gannet.
The Glasgow Restaurant Alliance campaign will be running throughout October and is limited to 50 spots.
About The Gannet
The Gannet opened in Glasgow’s Finnieston neighbourhood in September 2013 by three friends Ivan Stein, Peter Read and Peter McKenna. Kevin Dow joined them in 2014. The kitchen, headed up by Peter Mckenna, blends traditional and contemporary technique creating a distinctly modern Scottish fine dining experience.”