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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.
110 Bath Street, G2 2EN
City Centre, Glasgow
Apex Lounge is part of Apex City of Glasgow hotel on Bath Street. A cleverly designed space, it features a choice of dramatically illuminated booths, communal tables, intimate two top tables and a range of different seating options. Whether lunching with your colleagues or enjoying a romantic dinner as part of a weekend away, the Apex Lounge has the right space.
248 Kilmarnock Road , G43 1TT
South Side, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, Modern
Bell and Felix is a family-friendly and proudly independent café bistro on Kilmarnock Road in Glasgow’s Southside. Hung with pictures of Glasgow, Bell and Felix features both exposed brick and whitewashed walls. While the interior design is clean and simple, the warm and friendly welcome reflects the venue’s status as a cosy neighbourhood hangout.
11 Blythswood Square, G2 4AD
Cuisine: Scottish, Modern
Located within the swish Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel, Bo & Birdy is the first Scottish 5-star hotel restaurant to be overseen by a female executive chef. This modern brasserie has been filtered through a traditional Scottish lens, with a menu showcasing the best of our natural larder. Inside, the decor is all soft, minimalist elegance with a flourish of Art Deco charm.
129 Bath Street, G2 2SZ
Cuisine: European, Modern, Bistros & Brasseries
The Brasserie is part of the award-winning Arthouse Glasgow. A member of the Abode group, the Arthouse is a stylish townhouse hotel on Bath Street. A mix of stand-alone and banquette seating, large windows and designer lighting, the Brasserie is an airy, contemporary space for a drink, light meal or three course dinner. The hotel has an interesting past which is reflected in period features such as its gilded cage lift, gilt wallpaper and atrium waterfall.
193 - 199 Bath Street, G2 4HU
Cuisine: British, Modern, Bar Food
Bunker is a stylish restaurant hangout situated in the middle of one of Glasgow’s busiest streets.
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
40 Wilson Street, G1 1HD
Merchant City, Glasgow
Cuisine: European, Scottish, Modern
Citation Taverne & Restaurant is housed within the landmark former Sheriff Court building on Wilson Street, in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. Outdoor terraces allow alfresco dining in the summer months. The restaurant’s Portico, nestled among the building’s Corinthian-style, exterior columns, is one of Glasgow’s most impressive dining locations. Citation is the ideal location for a romantic meal, a night out with friends or a long and lazy lunch. Those who want to carry on socialising long after their meal can head to the ground floor bar.
193 Main Street, G71 7BP
near Glasgow, Glasgow
Cuisine: Modern, Steaks & Grill
Cocktails & Steaks is a stylish grill spot on Main Street in Uddingston. Promising ‘delicious steaks and curious cocktails’, this is a great destination for a casual date or meal with friends. The interior blends classic Americana with chic minimalism, including artfully worn leather seats, exposed brickwork and filament bulbs. The restaurant has two levels, with the mezzanine area offering great people-watching opportunities.
2nd Floor, Princes Square, G1 3JN
Cuisine: Scottish, Modern, Tearooms & Desserts
Located on the second floor of Princes Square on Glasgow’s Buchanan Street, Cranachan is an inviting mix of modern design and locally-produced food. Antler chandeliers and walls decorated by Glasgow’s famous Timorous Beasties design studio confidently set the stage for the contemporary Scottish cuisine served in Cranachan.
311-313 Hope Street, G2 3PT
Cuisine: Chinese, Far Eastern, Thai
To label Dragon-I a Chinese restaurant doesn’t really do it justice. Located on Hope Street, Dragon-I offers dishes influenced by Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, as well as the vast Chinese repertoire of cooking styles, and is best described as a contemporary Asian fusion restaurant.
Vintage Glasgow Ltd, G4 0UT
Cuisine: British, Modern, Gastro Pub
Located on the Drygate from which it takes its name, Drygate is a craft brewery, bar, restaurant and lively event space. Built around a brewery – customers can make their own beer – Drygate has rugged industrial looks that make a design feature of the brewing equipment. In addition to the Brewhouse Restaurant, the premises comprise a beer hall and kitchen plus a terrace and beer garden. Live music, comedy gigs, clubs, and open mic nights barely scratch the surface when it comes to Drygate’s packed events schedule.
112A Cowcaddens Road, G4 OHL
Cuisine: Greek, Mediterranean, Seafood
A brightly coloured city centre restaurant, EVOO specialises in serving up a variety of Mediterranean flavours, small plate style. Alternatively, you can drop by for brunch or a coffee, or relax with a cocktail, wine, beer or perfect serve gin. The restaurant’s closeness to the Theatre Royal makes it a handy pre-theatre option as well.
44 Main St, G62 6BU
Bearsden & Milngavie, Glasgow
Cuisine: Scottish, Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern
Milngavie’s Main Street plays host to Finsbay, an endearingly quirky restaurant, bar and café. Serving everything from breakfast through to dinner and cocktail nightcaps, it is a welcoming neighbourhood hangout.
Unit 4 Virginia Court, G1 1TN
Cuisine: British, Eclectic, European
From serving 70 different varieties of gin to the gin-inspired dining menu, Gin71 is a one-stop shop for lovers of the juniper-flavoured spirit. Tucked away on Victoria Court, in Glasgow’s Merchant City, this evening venue is popular for after work drinks, pre-theatre meals and dinner with friends and family. As well as gin tasting events, they offer a wide variety of gin cocktails along with other spirits, beers and wines.
18 Candleriggs, G1 1LD
Cuisine: Modern, Irish, Gastro Pub
Based centrally on Candleriggs, Grace’s Irish Sports Bar offers a contemporary twist on the classic Irish pub. The family-friendly space includes 13 big screens showing football, rugby, golf and GAA, plus a pool table. From Fridays to Sundays, the atmosphere turns spirited with live music from some of the best Irish bands and singers around. Irish-themed pub food is served all week, including Saturday match day breakfasts. The drinks list includes beers, ciders, whiskies and bourbons, as well as an impressive range of vodkas, gins and rums. This is the perfect spot for tucking into a meal while enjoying a game or raising a glass to some rousing folk tunes.
16 Bothwell Street, G2 6NU
Cuisine: Italian, Seafood, Modern
Taking its cue from the grand cafés of Europe, Gusto is a rather handsome Italian restaurant and café on Bothwell Street. As well as a beautiful Art Deco style island bar, it has eye-catching feature lighting, lovely booths and a terrace dining area which is much sought after on fine days.
697 Pollokshaws Road, G41 2AB
Cuisine: Greek, Modern
The sister restaurant to the original Halloumi restaurant in Glasgow city centre, Halloumi Southside aims to take the winning formula of Greek/Cypriot mezze served in a bright airy setting, south of the river.
Located in buzzing Pollokshaws Road, the restaurant is housed in a former bank and mimics the style of a traditional Greek taverna, with white brick walls and tiled flooring, with stylish additions like a marble bar and exposed bulb lighting. The restaurant also offers a private dining room within the venue. The space is ideal for corporate or family events including birthday celebrations, meetings and networking events.
914/916 Sauchiehall Street , G3 7TF
Cuisine: Indian, Modern, Tapas
Named after the stickers that are often found on Indian trucks, Horn Please is a contemporary Indian street food restaurant on Sauchiehall Street. Rattan furniture, national newspapers used as wallpaper and a vintage water pump all add to an enjoyably quirky atmosphere.
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