Browse Gastro Pub restaurants in Glasgow

  • 100 Acre

    360 Curtis Avenue, G73 2EB

    Cambuslang & Rutherglen, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About 100 Acre

    The 100 Acres is a welcoming bar on Curtis Avenue in Rutherglen in Glasgow’s Southside. In addition to the well used Trevi Suite function room, the 100 Acres attracts its customers with a vibrant roster of events. DJs, bands, bingo, karaoke and a pub quiz all vie for attention along with darts, dominoes and all the sports you can handle on the TV screens. The outdoor seating is very popular in the warmer months.

  • 1051 GWR

    1051 Great Western Road , G12 OXP

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, International, Gastro Pub

    About 1051 GWR

    Originally a Victorian railway station, 1051 GWR is a cosmopolitan bar and kitchen on Great Western Road in Glasgow’s Kelvinside.

  • Avant Garde

    34-44 King Street, G1 5QT

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Mediterranean, Gastro Pub

    About Avant Garde

    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.

  • Church on the Hill

    16 Algie Street, G41 3DJ

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, European, Gastro Pub

    About Church on the Hill

    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.

  • Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

    Drury Street, G2 5AP

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: American, Gastro Pub

    About Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

    Taking its name from its tucked away, city centre location, Drury Street Bar & Kitchen is a Victorian era beer and wine emporium with a twist. From DJs to dance and acting classes, there is a never a dull moment here. Bar athletes can hone their skills on the four classic American pool tables. It is in no way compulsory but the customers at Drury Street Bar & Kitchen do like to dress up in their own inimitable fashion. Craft beers and cocktails keep the atmosphere swinging.

  • Lebowskis West End

    1008 Argyle Street, G3 8LX

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Bar Food

    About Lebowskis West End

    The first of three – and counting – Lebowskis bars, this original Argyle Street outlet opened in 2017. It could be argued that Lebowskis helped kick start the surrounding Finnieston area as one of Glasgow’s most fashionable neighbourhoods for eating and drinking. From the drinks menu to the bowling skittles, the quirky spirit of the film which inspired the bar is evident throughout. Expect a decor which is stripped back but comfortable. Outside seating and Lebowskis’ signature range of White Russian cocktails are among the attractions.

  • Loks Bar & Kitchen

    16 Newlandsfield Road, G43 2XU

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Gastro Pub

    About Loks Bar & Kitchen

    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.

  • Machair Bar

    372/374 Great Western Road, G4 9HT

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Gastro Pub

    About Machair Bar

    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.

  • Pie & Brew

    Under Abode Glasgow, G2 2SZ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Gastro Pub

    About Pie & Brew

    Tucked away beneath ABode Glasgow on Bath Street, Pie & Brew is a basement restaurant and bar serving the winning combination of speciality pies alongside craft ales. All of the pastry treats are handmade by pie masters on the premises and the speciality beers on offer change weekly. Regular live music, pub quizzes and pie & beer tasting sessions make this a lively hangout that is perfect for a casual get together with friends.

  • Stag & Thistle - Glasgow

    778 Pollokshaws Road, G41 2AE

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, European, Gastro Pub

    About Stag & Thistle - Glasgow

    Newly opened in the former Mulberry Street spot, this third Stag & Thistle follows in the footsteps of its successful sister venues in Kilmaurs and Stewarton. Boasting a freshly refurbished interior, this smart pub and restaurant offers an extensive menu of classic British and international dishes. As well as this, expect a great selection of gin alongside cocktails, wine and beer. Occasional live music and quizzes both add to the buzz. Oh yes, and you are welcome to bring your pooch along.

  • The Smokin' Fox

    6-8 Waterloo Street, G2 6DA

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, Modern, Traditional

    About The Smokin' Fox

    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’.