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10-12 Queen's Drive, G42 8BS
South Side, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, European
Located within the luxurious 10 Hotel in Glasgow’s south side is a stylish, contemporary bar and restaurant offering European cuisine. The elegant Victorian gem is beside the leafy Queen’s Park area and can cater to any occasion, whether a casual dining experience in the bar or an intimate meal in the restaurant.
1051 Great Western Road , G12 OXP
West End, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, International, Gastro Pub
Originally a Victorian railway station, 1051 GWR is a cosmopolitan bar and kitchen on Great Western Road in Glasgow’s Kelvinside.
200 St Vincent Street, G2 5RQ
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, European, International
Part of the 200 SVS conference and events centre, The Restaurant on 6th is as sophisticated as the Grade A-listed building which houses it. Decked out with marble and dark wood, designer lighting and stylish, minimalist seats, this rooftop restaurant is a chic spot for a business lunch; romantic dinner or sumptuous afternoon tea.
54 Calton Entry, G40 2SB
East End, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, Seafood, Modern
A’Challtainn is an award-winning seafood restaurant and cocktail bar in the heart of Barras Art and Design at the Barras. It is pronounced A Cawl Tain, after the Gaelic for Calton. As well as being the name for this part of Glasgow, it also means the hazel wood. The restaurant is on a mezzanine level overlooking the BAaD courtyard. The cocktail bar nestles under the restaurant and provides views of the chefs at work.
34-44 King Street, G1 5QT
Merchant City, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, Mediterranean, Gastro Pub
An inviting space with a cool, contemporary décor, Avant Garde is a lively music bar and restaurant on King Street in the Merchant City. The huge windows are great for people watching but much of the attention focuses on the regular live music, especially the weekend ceilidh and jazz sessions. The kitchen delivers a popular mix of bar classics and Mediterranean favourites with a strong Greek and Italian emphasis.
16-18 Blackfriars St, G1 1PE
Cuisine: British, Eclectic, European
Babbity Bowster is one of those iconic Glasgow drinking and dining spots that charms anyone lucky enough to stumble upon it.
Tucked away on Blackfriars Street, it is both a small guest house and French-influenced restaurant that showcases seasonal Scottish ingredients.
Inside, you will find a cosy fireplace, restful decor and an overall welcoming feel. Babbity Bowster is actually named after an old Scottish country dance, so it’s fitting that occasional live music events add to the vibe.
Leonardo Hotel Glasgow West End, G12 0XP
Brasserie at the Pond is on the Great Western Road by Gartnavel Hospital in Glasgow’s West End. Offering a warm welcome to business travellers, tourists and locals alike, it serves a bistro menu packed with plenty of home style favourites. Local produce is very much in evidence and the kitchen changes the menus according to the ingredients which are in season. A spacious layout and large picture windows mean the Pond Hotel Brasserie in Glasgow’s West End is always a light and bright spot for a meal.
1 George Square, G2 1DY
Classic brasserie in city centre
With the first Browns opening in 1973, this family of classic brasseries has had plenty of time to polish its offer. Stylish, timeless interiors; smartly turned out staff and simple but well sourced and prepared dishes are key. Located in the old General Post Office building on George Square, the Browns Brasserie and Bar in Glasgow fits the mould neatly. A live pianist keeps the atmosphere sparkling on a Sunday from 3pm – 6pm.
186 Fenwick Road, G46 6XF
Cuisine: British, Seafood, Fish & Chips
Opened in early 2015, CATCH calls itself a ‘posh modern day neighbourhood fish and chip shop and restaurant’. The Fenwick Road business is on two levels. On the ground floor, the proudly displayed catch of the day is a talking point for diners in the booth seating. On the mezzanine level, the space is decorated with a nautical theme from old ropes to half a boat which is mounted on the wall. The overall feel is
informal yet smartly turned out. CATCH would work as well for a date as it would for a fish tea with family
27 Gibson Street, G12 8NU
Bringing the fish supper firmly into the 21st century, this West End venue is the third branch of Catch
after the success of its sister outlets in Giffnock and Netherlee. Both a restaurant and a takeaway, inside
it’s all exposed brickwork, banquette seating and cool, post-industrial decor. Offering a much wider menu
than your average chippy, diners can choose from classic fish suppers, speciality fish dishes, seafood,
tacos, burgers and even katsu curry. Veggies and vegans are catered for as well, while a bar serving
craft beer, wine and fizz adds extra pizazz to the proceedings.
Malmaison, G2 4LL
Cuisine: British, International, Mediterranean
Chez Mal Brasserie is in Glasgow’s Malmaison hotel. The building was originally a Greek Orthodox church and the atmospheric restaurant sits in what used to be the crypt. As well as the main dining room, there are three intimate private dining rooms.
Cuisine: British, International, Modern
16 Algie Street, G41 3DJ
Cuisine: British, European, Gastro Pub
Popular Shawlands institution, Church on the Hill, has undergone a revamp. The cavernous pub has been restored, reworked and reimagined, with refreshed decor and a brand new menu. Alongside a hearty pub grub selection, guests can enjoy brunch until 3pm each day and even mix themselves a remedy at the DIY Bloody Mary bar. There is also a new cocktail list created with the expert alchemists at The Spiritualist bar. The focus is on building a true community vibe, where visitors can add photos of their pooches to the Doggy Wall of Fame, browse paperbacks in the book exchange and even take away a souvenir painted bottle.
Royal Exchange Square, G1 3AB
Glaschu offers modern Scottish fine dining and a sophisticated bar area in Royal Exchange Square.
Based in the historic Western Club building, the kitchen is run by chef Dion Scott, who honed his skills in Heston Blumenthal’s kitchens. He promises a menu rooted in Scottish history, cuisine and cooking, with added International influences.
The dishes make the most of local produce, including Gigha halibut and Loch Tay trout from local fishmonger Bernard Corrigan; crustaceans and oysters from Finnieston’s Stuart Wilson, and beef from Lanarkshire farms.
517 Paisley Road West, G51 1RW
Cuisine: British, Traditional
Stylish Scottish restaurant at Kinning Park
GoGrill is the restaurant at GoGlasgow Urban Hotel on Paisley Road West. The restaurant specialises in dishes that make the best of national produce with menus rooted in Scottish seas, farms and grazing lands. Minimalist decor and black & white photography on the walls create a stylish setting for enjoying the cuisine. As GoGrill is within walking distance of various venues like The Hydro, it is also a great pre-event dining choice.
44 Ashton Lane, G12 8SJ
Cuisine: British, Gastro Pub
One of several bars run by the Innis & Gunn brewers, Innis & Gunn Beer Kitchen on Ashton Lane has its own on-site brewery which supplies fresh beer to its thirsty customers. In addition, the handsome bar sells bottled, keg and cask beer from all over the world. Cocktails, wines and spirits complete the drinks list. A weekly pub quiz, curry nights, live sport and Brew School days keep it lively. The Attic Bar can be used for private events and dinners.
16 Newlandsfield Road, G43 2XU
Cuisine: British, Modern, Gastro Pub
Loks Bar & Kitchen is on Newlandsfield Road in Glasgow’s Shawlands. A family-run bar with a separate restaurant and function suite, it offers comfortable, contemporary decor and a lively weekend programme of tribute nights, dinner dances and murder mysteries. A wide range of craft beers, cocktails and wines keep thirst at bay while the wood-burning stove means everything is toasty during the more chilly months.
372/374 Great Western Road, G4 9HT
Cuisine: British, Scottish, Gastro Pub
Based on Great Western Road, Machair Bar serves up an interesting roster of ever-changing craft beers. The bar is named after a rare type of Hebridean coastal plain and offers a menu that both celebrates Scotland’s landscape and complements the beers. Dishes are crafted by Lost Bothy, a kitchen specialising in Scottish street food. The decor is cosy and contemporary, with vivid murals on the walls.
217 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3EX
Originally Miss Cranston’s Tearoom since 1903, Mackintosh at the Willow is now a fully restored dining spot where you can enjoy anything from a three-course meal to an elegant afternoon tea. With its Rennie Mackintosh inspired decor conjuring up Art Nouveau chic, plus a roof terrace for sunnier days, this is where to head for a special treat. You can also browse the history exhibition, have a nosy in the souvenir shop or even take a tour. It’s worth noting that this restaurant has its heart in the right place too, as many of its staff are young people from The Prince’s Trust.
23 Britannia Way, G81 2RZ
Clydebank & Surrounding, Glasgow
Following on from the popular steakhouse of the same name, Mahony’s Chicken House is a friendly dining spot in Clyde Shopping Centre. Promising chickens, burgers, steaks and traditional British food, this is a great spot to kick back with a casual and hearty meal either post-shopping or pre-cinema. The earthy wooden decor creates a relaxing vibe.
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