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Central Station, G1 3SQ
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: Traditional, Steaks & Grill, Bistros & Brasseries
Tucked away under Glasgow’s Central Station and entered via the station’s Gordon Street entrance, Alston Bar & Beef is an atmospheric Scottish restaurant and gin bar. Built over the site of the 19th century Alston Street, the restaurant has a quirky decor that features tiled vaults, huge mirrors and lights made with decanters. The bar offers a good selection of intriguing cocktails along with some 50 gins, around a dozen of which are Scottish.
40 George Square, G2 1DS
Cuisine: Scottish, Traditional, Bistros & Brasseries
Fresh Scottish ingredients, contemporary cooking and a prime city centre location power Glasgow’s Brasserie on George Square.
74 Trongate, G1 5EP
Merchant City, Glasgow
Cuisine: Indian, Traditional
Charcoals Cafe on Glasgow’s Trongate is the little brother to the more established and multi-award-winning Charcoals on Renfield Street.
10 King Street, G1 5QP
Cuisine: International, Russian, Traditional
Cafe Cossachok has a distinctly bohemian feel with it’s rustic heavy wood tables and walls simply painted in red and hung with a few pictures.
517 Paisley Road West, G51 1RW
West End, Glasgow
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.
201 Ingram Street, G1 1DQ
Cuisine: British, European, Traditional
Ingram Street Coffee House is in Glasgow’s vibrant centre. The bar’s tables have large windows looking onto the city centre bustle of Ingram Street while the brasserie is set on a more discreet mezzanine level. It features a modern, streamlined decor and offers a welcoming space for dinner, a pre-theatre meal, a working lunch or anything in between.
110-114 West George Street, G2 1NF
Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional
‘Music, food, cocktails’ is the motto at Missoula and they provide all three with a smile. Note that while the bar’s address is West George Street, the main entrance is on Renfield Street, just around the corner.
Celtic Park, G40 3RE
East End, Glasgow
Located in the Jock Stein stand of Celtic Park, Number 7 restaurant is a must visit for the Hoops fan. As well as stunning views of the pitch, the walls are hung with pictures of great Celtic players and diners can have their photos taken with club trophies. As you might expect, away Celtic matches are shown on the screens within the restaurant so diners don’t have to miss any of the action. Club mascot Hoopy visits on Sundays to say ‘Hi’ to the kids.
153 Bath Street, G2 4SQ
Part of an expanding family of venues, The Butterfly and the Pig is a quirky bar and kitchen on Bath Street. With mismatched furniture, distressed wallpaper and vintage crockery, it has an endearingly laidback ambience.
2-4 Camphill Avenue, G41 3AY
South Side, Glasgow
Stylish hotel dining with a Scottish twist on the South Side
Housed in an elegant Victorian townhouse overlooking Queen’s Park, the Ivory Hotel offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus served in the airy conservatory or the elegant and intimate restaurant with some booth seating. Everything is prepared freshly each day, with an emphasis on using the finest seasonal and locally-sourced produce wherever possible.
Bowfield Hotel & Country Club, PA9 1DZ
Cuisine: British, Scottish, Seafood
Opened in the summer of 2017, The Plumpy Duck was launched as part of a refurbishment of The Bowfield Hotel & Country Club in Howwood, Renfrewshire. With richly upholstered chairs, wooden beams and cosy booths, the restaurant has a comfortably rustic feel. It is a welcoming space for family groups, couples, working lunches, afternoon tea and morning coffees. The area around the open fire in the lounge is popular for pre and post-dinner drinks.
6-8 Waterloo Street, G2 6DA
Cuisine: Eclectic, Modern, Traditional
Billed as a ‘pub and scullery’, The Smokin’ Fox is on Waterloo Street, next to Central Station in Glasgow city centre. The premises have a long history as a bar and are currently enjoying a new lease of life after a rebrand at the start of 2017. Floor to ceiling windows, leather and tweed seats, crocheted lighting and a beautiful bar give it a very distinctive, modern retro look. Lunching office workers, sports fans, evening diners and after work drinkers keep The Smokin’ Fox, well, smokin’.
1-9 Grosvenor Terrace, G12 0TA
Part of the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor on Grosvenor Terrace in the West End, The Terrace is a stylish Champagne and cocktail bar. With Venetian-style arched windows overlooking the Glasgow Botanic Gardens, The Terrace is a light and airy space. The seats are deep and comfortable.
Gleddoch Hotel, Spa & Golf, PA14 6YE
Paisley & Renfrewshire, Near Glasgow
Cuisine: Scottish, Traditional
Vista restaurant is part of Gleddoch golf and spa resort by Langbank. Once the home of the shipping baron, Sir William Lithgow, Gleddoch sits in over 360 acres of countryside. The aptly named Vista restaurant has gorgeous views of the River Clyde, Ben Lomond and the rolling hills of Renfrewshire. The hotel had a multi-million pound refurbishment at the end of 2016/beginning of 2017 and it looks as spectacular as its surroundings.
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