Laid-back Scottish restaurant in the Merchant City
Stylish yet welcoming, The Libertine on Bell Street in Glasgow’s Merchant City opened in 2011 and is a well-placed bar with a Bohemian edge serving pub grub favourites. Wheelchair accessible, The Libertine’s large windows, well stocked gantry and huge wooden bar make it an ideal location to watch the world go by. Within walking distance of the Tron theatre, Glasgow Barrowlands and other city venues, it is a popular stop for a pre-show meal as well as sports fans looking to watch televised matches.
Wide range of food on a seasonal menu
Homemade comfort food is the order of the day at The Libertine and sure to please whether your tastes err towards the traditional pub grub classics like pies and burgers or slightly more exotic dishes like chorizo stuffed chicken breast or tapas-style sharing platters.
The food served up by the chefs at The Libertine can change with the seasons, but the quality and range of dishes available remains consistent. If guests are looking for a quick bite to eat at lunch or relaxed evening meal with friends, then The Libertine is just the ticket.
Great location, close to transport links & venues
On Bell Street in the Merchant City, The Libertine is a five minute walk from High Street train station and a ten minute stroll from Argyle Street train station and the St. Enoch shopping centre. Several bus stops are within walking distance of the restaurant and payable parking is available in the Q-Park car park on Albion Street.