ENTERTAINMENT venues in Glasgow are celebrating after scooping 11 of the 15 awards at a new ceremony.
The Scottish Entertainment Guide, which was set up more than 10 years ago, asked readers to vote for their favourite places to be wined, dined and entertained.
More than 14,000 people took part, with Glasgow's Riverside Museum being named Scotland's favourite visitor attraction.
Lawrence Fitzgerald, project director and Riverside Museum manager said: "It is especially gratifying to be named Scotland's favourite visitor attraction by members of the public just 10 months after we opened having welcomed 1.4million visitors so far."
Xscape at Braehead picked up the entertainment complex of the year title while Alea at Springfield Quay won the best casino award.
The Tiki Bar in Bath Street was named Scotland's cocktail bar of the year, Maggie May's in Trongate the best live music venue, Da Vinci in Queen Street Scotland's top takeaway and the West Brewery at Glasgow Green was named Scotland's favourite pub.
Celino's in Alexandra Parade picked up the title of best independent cafe, the Barolo Grill in Mitchell Street was named Scotland's new restaurant of the year, La Fiorentina in Paisley Road West won Scotland's family choice restaurant and Piccolo Mondo in Argyle Street was awarded the trophy for Scotland's best restaurant.
Scott Taylor, chief executive of Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, said: "These awards are a vote of confidence for Glasgow and recognition of its reputation as Scotland's cultural and entertainment capital."