First class, homemade food.
The starters are massive
City centre restaurant, bar and club
Life Glasgow is at the rock ‘n’ roll end of Sauchiehall Street, in between Scott and Garnet streets. A restaurant, bar and club, it lives by the motto ‘We eat, we drink, we dance’. Live music and televised sports on the flat screens are among the attractions along with large windows which encourage people watching. Punchy cocktails and a good selection of by the bottle spirits are always popular, especially with groups in the large booth seats.
Contemporary bar menu
Life Glasgow’s kitchen has been taken over by Patty Cake, offering a great selection of homemade burgers with great toppings and homemade sauces.
This includes a “Bernie mac stack” stacked burger with pancetta cheese and the signature Patty Mac sauce or the “I’m The Papi” with peanut butter and bacon apricot jam. This menu includes great mixture of sides and small plates that can be used for sharing platters to suit any size of party.
Desserts are just as impressive with a “24 carrot gold” cheese cake or “peanut butter stack”, all served with cream and ice cream.
Local transport links and attractions
Life Glasgow is towards the Charing Cross end of Sauchiehall Street and Charing Cross is the nearest subway. Central and Queen Street stations are a fifteen minute walk. Glasgow Life is convenient for gigs at the O2 ABC, films at the GFT and shows at the King’s Theatre. There is limited on-street parking and a pay car park at Elmbank Crescent.