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2 West Crosscauseway, EH8 9ET
South Side, Edinburgh
Cuisine: British, International, Scottish
56 North is a Modern and airy restaurant in the southside of Edinburgh which creates a relaxed atmosphere. Modern twists on classic dishes are the order of the day and we are renowned locally for our selection of cocktails.
3 Stock Exchange, G2 1QY
City Centre, Glasgow
Following successful restaurants in London, Bath, Exeter and Leeds, Absurd Bird has brought its brand of deep fried Southern cuisine to Glasgow.
The restaurant’s interior looks like Dolly Parton was given free rein of the decor, with neon cowboy boots and country lyrics donning the walls alongside kitsch brocade wallpaper and velvet booths.
111 Hope Street, G2 6LL
Ad Lib City Centre is a stylish American-style diner set on Hope Street in the heart of Glasgow’s City Centre. With a distinct American theme and a focus on gourmet burgers and steaks, there are also a selection of seafood dishes, pastas and daily specials which provide variety to Ad Lib’s menu.
207 Bath Street, G2 4HZ
Cuisine: International, Seafood, American
Bath Street Palomino (or B.S.P to its friends) quickly established itself on the Glasgow scene since opening in 2009. The venue’s contemporary look and comfortable lounge booths invites visitors to relax and unwind, whether they are enjoying a cocktail from the bar’s extensive list or indulging in some comfort food on B.S.P’s menu.
57 Whitworth St West , M1 5WW
Cuisine: Bar Food, American
Housed in an arch on Whitworth Street West, Dog Bowl is an American style diner, bar and ten pin bowling centre. The five, full length, ten pin bowling lanes are the main attraction but there are plenty of visitors who come solely for the Tex-Mex menus. With its red booth seating and exposed piping, the decor is a mix of classic American diner and post industrial chic. As well as bowling, Dog Bowl offers screenings of all the big sporting events.
The Printworks, M4 2BS
City Centre, Manchester
Cuisine: British, American, Burgers
Hard Rock Cafe Manchester is on Exchange Square in the heart of the city. The American style diner is packed with rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia ranging from John Lennon’s tea set and Ray Charles’ jacket to Izzy Stradlin’s guitar and a Bowie set list. As well as memorabilia, the hugely successful Hard Rock Cafe brand is founded on polished service which is as warm and welcoming as it is efficient. Regular live music keeps the joint jumping.
142 West Regent Street, G2 2RQ
Cuisine: American, Steaks & Grill
A basement bar and restaurant, The Meat Bar is unashamedly carnivorous although vegetarians won’t go hungry. Stripped back walls and leather booths give it a handsome feel while savoury cocktails such as the Meatojito show a playful side to this fashionable West Regent Street hangout.
Unit 50, 2nd Floor, G1 3JN
Cuisine: Modern, American, Steaks & Grill
An American restaurant on the top floor of Princes Square, the NY American Grill specialises in dishes from the eastern seaboard and southern United States. With cosy booth seating and New York City memorabilia, it feels like an American steakhouse and has the burgers, steaks and shrimps to prove it.
185 Hope Street, G2 2UL
Cuisine: International, Modern, American
A friendly and relaxed burger joint on Hope Street, NYC takes its culinary cue and decorating tips from the Big Apple. Along with DJs on Friday and Saturday nights, craft beers, lots of bourbon and an extensive cocktail list add to the buzz.
16 Norby Road, G11 7BN
West End, Glasgow
Cuisine: Japanese, American, Burgers
Po’Boyz American Diner and Grill serves southern soul food inspired by New Orleans. The address may be Broomhill Shopping Centre but the food is rooted in the Cajun culinary traditions of the southern United States. The decor is simple with booth seating, a recycled wooden bar and a mural that tells the tale of how the po’boy sandwich came into being.
28 Tunnel Street, G3 8HL
Cuisine: International, American, Steaks & Grill
Part of the lively Rotunda complex, The Rotunda Bar and Diner in Finnieston is perfectly placed for visitors to The Hydro or the SECC. Bringing an informal, American diner style of eating to the banks of the River Clyde, the venue is ideal for a fun night out with friends or family.
516 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3LW
After a fire in 2011 closed the business, Steak and Cherry relaunched at the Charing Cross end of Sauchiehall Street in 2014. Their opening hours are a big attraction; especially for night owls who want to eat well, no matter how late it is. The decor, service and food all take their cue from the fresh and friendly template set by classic New York diners.
1046 Argyle Street, G3 8LY
Taphouse is a bar and restaurant in Glasgow’s uber hip Finnieston. With stripped back decor, good tunes, a fine selection of craft beer and a menu of classic American dishes, it is perfect for those who appreciate quality food and beer in an unpretentious setting.
506 Great Western Road, G12 8EL
Cuisine: Mexican, American
Billed as a brewhouse and smoke pit, The Crafty Pig is a neighbourhood bar on the Great Western Road. It’s a laidback joint with stripped brick walls, a pool table, live sports and live music.
81-85 Renfield St, G2 1NQ
Cuisine: American, Burgers
The Raven is a welcoming bar and restaurant on Renfield Street in Glasgow city centre. The stripped back decor at The Raven allows customers to focus on the stuff that really matters: smokehouse menus, craft beers and all the sport you could wish for over eleven big screens. The ever changing roster of craft and cask ales is a real draw.
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